Many defy curfew to attend boy's funeral

 Srinagar, June 13: About 10,000 mourners on Tuesday  defied curfew and other strict security restrictions to turn up at the funeral of a Class 12 student, Javed Ahmed Malik, who was killed in Monday’s police…

Terror raid police 'sorry for hurt'

Press AssociationTuesday June 13, 2006 8:13 PMThe young Muslim shot during a controversial police anti-terror raid choked back the tears as he relived the moment he feared he and his family were going to be…

Muslim population worries Christian priest in Kerala

Priest Says Kerala Catholics Use “Whatever Savage Method They Can” to Limit ChildrenPart II of special report from Kerala, IndiaBy Steve JalsevacSt. Sebastian's Church Fr. Matthew is an assistant pastor at St. Sebastian’s Syro Malabar…

Merits of Mandal report

By S S GILL[The writer is a former secretary, Mandal Commission.] In view of the confusion created by Mandal II, the Supreme Court has asked the government to clarify two things: One, what is the…

Dalits face social boycott in Udaipur

Dalits face social boycott in UdaipurHarsha Kumari SinghTuesday, June 13, 2006 (Udaipur):, NDTV.COMCaste polarisation continued in Udaipur after a Dalit bridegroom was forced to dismount by upper castes because he dared to ride a horse…

Expressway firm tried to bribe me: Karnataka CM

Kumaraswamy says Bangalore-Mysore expressway promoters tried to buy him out and that a journalist had approached him with the offer but he refusedUsman Merchant, MUMBAI MIRROR, Tuesday, June 13, 2006Bangalore: Karnataka Chief Minister H D…