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Arrest warrants sought for captain, two sailors of sunken ferry
Seoul: Arrest warrants were sought on Friday against the captain and two sailors of the South Korean ferry that capsized off the country's southwestern coast on Wednesday, killing at least 28 people while 268 are still missing.According to latest reports, 179 people have been rescued.According to media reports, the South Korean prosecutors filed for arrest warrants against 69- year-old captain,...
Maxwell and Miller fashion Kings XI win over Super Kings
Abu Dhabi: A blazing 115-run stand between David Miller and Glenn Maxwell helped Kings XI Punjab pull off a...
BJP-TDP alliance to continue in Seemandhra
Hyderabad: The alliance between the BJP and the TDP in Seemandhra will continue as the two parties have...
Nobel winner Garcia Marquez dies at 87
Mexico City: Gabriel Garcia Marquez, the Colombian author whose beguiling stories of love and longing brought...
Ferry disaster: Vice principal of South Korea school commits suicide
Mokpo/Jindo: The vice principal of a South Korean high school who accompanied hundreds of his pupils on what...
Polling booth relocated fearing Maoist landmine in Jharkhand
Four Malayattoor pilgrims drown in Periyar
South Korea ferry death toll rises, hopes fade for hundreds missing
At least 12 Nepali guides killed in Everest avalanche
Shivlal Yadav to chair BCCI meet
The life of Gabriel Garcia Marquez
Seven killed in Mt Everest avalanche
Flooded Chinese mine's toll rises to 19
Life and times of Gabriel Garcia Marquez
World pays tribute to Gabo
EC lifts ban on Amit Shah's campaign in UP  
Rajat Gupta starts prison term June 17
Yuvi, Kohli on song as RCB thrash Daredevils
US condemns attack on UN base in South Sudan
19-yr-old girl found unconscious on roadside in Delhi
Divers struggle in search for S. Korean ferry survivors
Search for missing Malaysian plane resumes
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Last Word  |  Mallika Sarabhai
Rwanda's forgivers
Five women from Rwanda, all awarded the Unesco peace prize in 1996, stood tall and with pride tinged with immense grief. I was there in Paris to perform my piece on violence, V For..., for the award ceremony. The ...  
Power Point  |  Sachidananda Murthy
The treasurers two
Atal Bihari Vajpayee is increasingly becoming the silent mascot of the BJP campaign, with Narendra Modi invoking his governance model. Vajpayee is confined to his Delhi home because of old age illnesses and could ...  
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