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France's highest court calls upon the Government to recall the asbestos-laden ship
Ready for discussion: Manmohan
Stormy joint session likely; President to address on the opening day
Jaitley's wife made donation to trust
NEW DELHI: In a delicious twist of irony, it turns out that Sangeeta Jaitley, wife of Arun Jaitley, the Bharatiya Janata Party leader, made a donation of Rs. 13,000 on January 10, 2002 to the Lepra India Trust. This was followed by a donation of ...
Jagat Singh's passport impounded
NEW DELHI: As part of the ongoing probe into the oil-for-food scam, the Enforcement Directorate on Wednesday ordered impounding of passports of five persons, including Jagat Singh, a Congress MLA and son of former External Affairs Minister K. ...
Poll funding: consensus elusive
All-party meet on state funding
SPORT - CRICKET
A crunch match for Pakistan
SPORT - CRICKET
Pakistan lacks strategy
No solution within unitary Constitution, says LTTE
COLOMBO: The Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) on Wednesday ruled out a solution to the decades-long separatist conflict within the unitary Constitution. If Mr. Rajapakse's "regime adopts a political stand ruling out the Tamil homeland ...
SPORT - TENNIS
Camille `Pins' down Sania
Bangalore: Camille Pin is blessed with a bigger tennis brain than a game. She got on Sania Mirza's nerves in the second set with a combination of patience and smart lobbing to send the top seed out of the Bangalore Open 1-6, 7-5, 6-2, at the ...
Krishnaswamy new State Congress chief
The appointment counters former Congress chief's criticism of the party being anti-Vanniyar
Major fire at Kellys telephone exchange
It affected 12,000 Chennai Telephones subscriber lines
A historic day all the way for Indian Railways
ON BOARD SPECIAL DELHI-BHOPAL SHATABDI: History was made on the Indian Railways on Wednesday when the New Delhi-Bhopal Special Shatabdi Express clocked a top speed of 150 km per hour to become the country's fastest train. At the trail-blazing ...
More die in Pakistan protest
NWFP Chief Minister Durrani blames riots on "troublemakers"
Centre for Corporate Excellence to be set up
Ministry of Company Affairs has finalised long-pending proposal for establishing the institute in Bangalore
CBSE students can now "cool off" before exams
Question papers have been designed to be completed in two-and-a-half hours, says CBSE Chairman
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