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Pakistan should show transparency: Rice
The US Secretary of State countries says countries like the US, Britain and India have great interest in getting to the bottom of terror attacks and bringing people to justice and it (US) has great interest in prevention
FBI interrogates arrested terrorist
A seven-member team of the US FBI and a team from the Scotland Yard of UK are in Mumbai to assess the Mumbai attacks.
Pak refuses to hand over wanted fugitives to India
President Asif Ali Zardari has rejected India's demand to hand over some 20 suspects, believed to be in Pakistan, saying: "If we had proof, we would try them in our courts. We would try them in our land and we would sentence them."
Arrested Mumbai gunman not Pakistani: Zardari
Pakistan's President Asif Ali Zardari has categorically said the lone gunman arrested in connection with the Mumbai attacks has "no connection with Pakistan and he doesn't possess Pakistani nationality", according to his interview to an American news channel telecast late on Tuesday night.
'Next attack on US to originate from Pak'
Describing Pakistan as "the intersection of nuclear weapons and terrorism", a top US Congressional panel has warned that the next terror attack on America is likely to originate in its ally's tribal areas.
Why was Mumbai attacked?
While the actual attack may have been carried out by Lashkar, sources say the planning and financing could have been done by a lethal cocktail of terror group led by Al Qaeda.
Maharashtra Dy CM R.R. Patil resigns
R R Patil, who was holding the home ministry portfolio in Vilasrao Deshmukh cabinet, submitted his resignation to chief minister on Monday morning owning up responsibility for the Mumbai attacks.
Manmohan’s naive invite to ISI chief
It is not Pakistan’s civilian government but the army that wields political power in the country.
Turning opportunity into crisis
Every crisis brings with it an opportunity. We Indians are, at the best of times, a divisive lot and 26/11 afforded our leaders an opportunity to show that at the worst of times, we can unite.
Ramu on ‘picnic’ at Taj
Maharashtra Chief Minister Vilasrao Deshmukh faced criticism for going on a ‘picnic’ to the hotels with his son Riteish and Ram Gopal Varma.
R R Patil defends his ‘small’ comment
Maharashtra deputy chief minister R.R. Patil said he has been unfairly criticised for his comments calling the Mumbai attack as a ‘small incident’ at a press conference.
Rice to visit India on Dec 3
"Secretary Rice's visit to India is a further demonstration of the United States' commitment to stand in solidarity with the people of India as we all work together to hold these extremists accountable.
Mumbai back on its feet
Its lifeline — the local trains — were abuzz again but the Mumbaikars’ anger simmers.
Pakistan link in call records
Masters in Karachi exhorted terrorists to kill and escape.
The resignation drama
Appointing Chidambaram as the home minister is a clever move as with this the prime minister kills two birds with one stone. The finance minister too was in for some flak for price hike, thereby by moving him out the PM has taken care of that angle as well.
Why PMO declined NSA’s resignation?
More as a symbolic gesture, rather than a sincere intention, National Security Advisor M.K. Narayanan offered to resign, but Prime Minister Manmohan Singh did not react to it.
Fishermen had warned of RDX from sea
The dispute of trawlers from Gujarat being permitted to fish in the seas off Maharashtra is an old one, and boats from Pakistan did offload RDX on the Mumbai coast before the 1993 blasts.
We've to restore faith in people: Sonia
UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi says the government could no longer sit back and watch, and stressed that the government has to give an effective and decisive response.
Mumbai mayhem: India welcomes US, UK aid in probe
The government believes investigations by the two countries will bring international acceptance to the probe and also make a stronger case against Pakistan, reports Bhavna Vij-Aurora.
When will our politicians wake up?
The nightmare is finally over. And a courageous, tolerant Mumbai is picking up the pieces. But at the same time it is angry, angry with the government, angry with the media, and angry with the politicians trying to gain mileage out of the incident.
Tenures of intelligence body chiefs nearly up
The heads of IB and RAW, as well as the home secretary, are set to retire within the next four months. It remains to be seen if they would be made the fall guys in lieu of any real systematic changes in their organisations.
Terrorists knew Taj hotel layout too well: NSG chief
National Security Guard (NSG) chief J.K. Dutt, who led the anti-terror operation has said that the terrorists who attacked Mumbai knew the layout of the Taj hotel "too well" and tricked commandos, stretching the gun battles for nearly 60 hours.
Shivraj Patil resigns, PC new Home Minister
The Prime Minister has accepted Home Minister Shivraj Patil's resignation and will now hold the additional charge of finance ministry.
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