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Reform not synonymous with divestments: Montek
Court stays advice against Venugopal
Union Government restrained from acting on recommendation till further orders
Federer on song
Nadal breezes past Baghdatis
Manmohan should quit: BJP
NEW DELHI: Buoyed by the discomfiture of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in the wake of the NLC disinvestment fiasco, the BJP suggested on Friday that the time had come for him to quit as he "ceased to be a centre of power" and his regime was ...
`Teamgeist Berlin' balls unveiled
BERLIN: Adidas chief executive Herbert Hainer handed Chancellor Angela Merkel one of the special golden `Teamgeist Berlin' balls at a ceremony in the German capital on Thursday. "With this, we can enter the final phase of the World Cup," ...
Pride at stake at Germany-Portugal match
STUTTGART: : Germany wants to give its fans another World Cup celebration when it plays Portugal for third place on Saturday. The team's captain won't be playing, though. Michael Ballack has an inflamed left knee and will miss the third-place ...
Madras High Court quashes ban on film
CHENNAI: Paving the way for the screening of The Da Vinci Code in Tamil Nadu, the Madras High Court on Friday quashed a police order suspending its screening for two months. It also imposed a token case cost of Rs. 1,000 on the ...
CBI probe into "foreign funding of NBA"sought
Bench declines to issue notice to Medha
Schools in State to follow uniform syllabus from next year
The aim is to standardise examination pattern from standards I to X
Tough going for eco-friendly motorcycles
Vehicle owners not sure whether they need licence and registration
Centre may move Supreme Court: Anbumani
Stay not a setback to the Ministry as it was a collective decision of the AIIMS body, says Minister
Central team to visit Kerala
To make an on-the-spot assessment of the damage caused by rain
Supreme Court tells self-financing college managements to approach High Court
Declines to entertain petitions against professional colleges Act
`Verdict upholds federal structure of Indian polity'
NEW DELHI: Kerala Education Minister M. A. Baby on Friday described the Supreme Court decision not to entertain petitions challenging the legislation enacted by the State Assembly fixing quotas in self-financing minority and non-minority ...
Agni-III flight trial tomorrow
HYDERABAD: The crucial maiden flight trial of Agni-III, India's long range, surface-to-surface missile, which has been put on hold for the past several months, will take place on July 9. According to sources in the Defence Research and ...
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