2010, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)
clouds Indo-Pak talks New
Delhi, February 14
Last night’s deadly blast
in Pune not only threatens to jeopardise the foreign
secretary-level talks between India and Pakistan on February 25
but has also made New Delhi reflect once again on how thorny is
the path to peace with Islamabad.
Relatives of a blast victim mourn at a hospital in Pune on Sunday. — AFP
after, Pune moves on The Saturday
night’s blast at German Bakery in the Koregaon park area has
done little to curb the famed nightlife of this vibrant city.
Hotels and restaurants in the posh Deccan neighborhood were
brimming over with young crowds out to celebrate the
SC standoff deepens Apex court suspends Prez
appointments of two judges The standoff between President
Asif Ali Zardari and the top judicial authority deepened when a division
bench of the Supreme Court restrained his orders on appointment of two
buried alive under boulders in Kinnaur Shimla, February 14
Six labourers were buried alive, 15
injured and at least two reported missing as a huge rolling mass of
boulders hit Kaksthal village on the right bank of the Sutlej in Kinnaur
tribal district, around 180 km from here, today.
Telangana MLAs resign Hyderabad, February 14
The political turmoil over
Telangana deepened today with 14 legislators from the region submitting
their resignations in protest against the “unfavourable” terms of
reference (ToR) of the Justice Srikrishna Committee set up by the Centre
to decide on the statehood demand.
owns company that once owned India Mumbai-born Sanjiv Mehta buys
world’s first MNC, The East India Company London,
With just around a month to go for
the re-launch of the East India Company, the world’s first
multinational whose forces once ruled much of the globe, its new Indian
owner says “a huge feeling of redemption” overwhelms him. It’s
been a long, emotional and personal journey for Sanjiv Mehta, a Mumbai-born
entrepreneur who completed the process of buying the East India Company
(EIC) in 2005 from the “30 or 40” persons who owned it.
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