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Kumaraswamy won't relent; Congress sends emissary to Gowda
A contingent lands in Chennai
CHENNAI: A contingent of 68 BJP MLAs from Karnataka was flown in here on Friday just before 10 p.m. and taken to hotels in the city. K.S. Eswarappa, one of them, told The Hindu on arrival at the airport that they would stay here to ...
Safeguards for breeder reactors a key obstacle
U.S. unwilling to accept Indian stand
10 injured in blast near Guwahati refinery
GUWAHATI: At least ten persons including six personnel of Central Industrial Security Force were injured when United Liberation Front of Asom militants triggered a blast at the main entrance of Guwahati Refinery on Friday night. Police said ...
Don't accept court notice: all-party meet
NEW DELHI: An all-party meeting here on Friday unanimously felt that Lok Sabha Speaker Somnath Chatterjee should neither accept the Supreme Court's notice nor appear before it on the issue of expulsion of MPs in the wake of the ...
PETER ROEBUCK COLUMN - SHOOTING FROM THE HIP
Lifeless surfaces kill the contest
Lahore Test was boring and the pitch was a stinker
Time for Pakistan to come out of its defensive shell
India should not persist with Dravid as opener, writes Imran Khan
High Court stays CBSE circular
The circular is violative of Article 30
55 die as bus falls into gorge in Rajouri district
SRINAGAR: At least 55 persons were killed and five injured when a bus skidded off the road and fell into a 350-foot deep gorge in Rajouri district on Friday. Rajouri Deputy Commissioner Mohammad Abbas told The Hindu that the driver ...
Jayalalithaa lifts ban on recruitment
Announces concessions worth Rs. 1,648 crore for Government staff, teachers, farmers
No new taxes in budget
CHENNAI: Finance Minister C. Ponnaiyan on Friday proposed no new taxes for a third year in succession in his interim budget presented in the Assembly. He predicted that the economy was "poised to register a growth rate in excess of eight per ...
Mood upbeat on eve of Congress plenary
Karnataka developments have not dampened the spirit of partymen
I have an option to step down from my post, says Dharam Singh
Chief Minister still confident of winning the floor test
Lahore-Amritsar bus service begins with song and dance
CHANDIGARH: Transcending various apprehensions, the first Lahore-Amritsar bus service began on Friday when a Pakistan Tourism Development Corporation bus carrying 26 passengers from Lahore crossed the zero line at the Wagah-Attari Joint Check ...
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