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The improbable evacuation of Jungle Chatti

Tuesday 25 June '13

The story of the most daring rescue operation in Uttarakhand, as it unfolded
His moment of truth in a ghost town

Tuesday 25 June '13

Searching for brother, captain meets man who last saw him
Not flood but cold, hunger did them in

Tuesday 25 June '13

Rescue teams find 15 bodies near Jungle Chatti, fear more deaths; spread out to find survivors
Uttarakhand flood: 6,500 survivors await evacuation, bad weather hits rescue operation

Monday 24 June '13

The critical phase of rescue operations in Uttarakhand seems to be over.
'Religious men' held with Rs 1 cr in stolen money

Monday 24 June '13

The money will be dispatched soon to the district magistrate.
In ghost town Kedarnath, amid bodies, captain looks for brother

Monday 24 June '13

Only the temple itself got saved, due to its stone structure.
'It's a miracle I am alive'

Monday 24 June '13

'I found shelter in the hut of a dead cattle herder'
In flood of grief, hope, miracles, heroism float

Sunday 23 June '13

Thousands of pilgrims are being brought down and with them tales of hope.
No fuel, rescue hobbles

Friday 21 June '13

50,000 are still stranded, some starving; more troops sent in
Fresh trouble for AgustaWestland: CBI begins probe against Brigadier, firm

Saturday 15 June '13

Case pertains to Indian Army's procurement of 197 light helicopters.
Tytler cheated us, said Sonia and Rahul backed project: US firm to FBI

Wednesday 12 June '13

This is the first time I am hearing this and it is not even remotely correct, Tytler said.
‘I am sad that GMR has affected our bilateral relations. We want to restore our relationship with India to its former level’

Friday 7 June '13

With upcoming elections in the island nation in mind, former Maldives President MAUMOON ABDUL GAYOOM is on a reach-out visit to India
Army starts probe on role of Col

Wednesday 29 May '13

The Army is probing the alleged role of a Colonel in financial irregularities after his name surfaced in the ongoing probe in the Saradha chit fund scam in West Bengal.
Cong leader for limited Army role in Naxal fight

Wednesday 29 May '13

The Centre may be against Army deployment to counter Naxal violence in the wake of the recent attack in Chhattisgarh, but there is a voice within the party for a limited role of the armed forces to “w...
Delhi firm with MoD as client is linked to Pak cyberattacks

Wednesday 22 May '13

We are not implicating or suggesting inappropriate activity by Appin: report
'Sophisticated' Indian cyberattacks targeted Pak military sites: Report

Tuesday 21 May '13

Hackers based in India have been targeting govt and military agencies in Pak for last 3 years
Govt must take call on choppers fast

Monday 13 May '13

After two aborted attempts, a third tender to procure 197 replacement choppers is too pending
Indian Navy gets first fighter squadron in 30 yrs

Sunday 12 May '13

Nuclear missile submarine to go for trials shortly, new carrier to be launched.
In deal to end standoff with China, India agreed to give up key bunker

Tuesday 7 May '13

Sources said this fortification had come up on April 20, after the first flag meeting on April 18.
India, China border face-off ends, both sides agree to withdraw troops

Monday 6 May '13

The agreement was reached after China called back-to-back flag meetings.


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