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``No cause is great enough to justify recourse to the killing of innocent people''
India to raise `concerns over certain aspects' of nuclear deal
ST. PETERSBURG: When Prime Minister Manmohan Singh meets President George Bush on Monday morning in St. Petersburg, he will take up his Government's "concerns about certain aspects" of the legislation in the U. S. Congress relating to the ...
Three major Summit themes energy security, education, health
"We would like to see more predictable demand and supply arrangements"
India develops bird flu vaccine
NEW DELHI: The Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) has developed a vaccine against bird flu. This was announced here on Sunday by Agriculture Minister Sharad Pawar at the 77th annual general meeting of the ICAR Society. The vaccine ...
G-8 to promote energy security
No accord on climate protection, nuclear power
Advani wants POTA revived
"Blasts are unprecedented and executed with military precision"
It's still anyone's game
LONDON: Andrew Strauss, captain on his home ground, led England's attempt to set up a winning position in the first Test against Pakistan at Lord's. By tea on the fourth day his 74 had given England a lead of 237 but there was no sign of wear in ...
Nottingham Test memorable: Muralitharan
CHENNAI: Muttiah Muralitharan was all smiles as he posed for the photographers at the wheel of an elegant convertible while inaugurating a vintage car rally here on Sunday. The man who has eyes that laugh, is peering down another stretch of a ...
Richard Gasquet triumphs in Gstaad
GSTAAD: France's Richard Gasquet claimed his second title in three weeks today with a 7-6(4), 6-7(3), 6-3, 6-3 win over Spain's Feliciano Lopez in the final of the Swiss Open on Sunday. It was Gasquet's third career title, following his ...
Five killed, 11 injured in Jammu and Kashmir
SRINAGAR: Five persons were killed and 11 injured in separate incidents in Jammu and Kashmir since Saturday night, as militants carried out three more grenade attacks and the security forces foiled an infiltration bid and arrested two militants. ...
Minister hints at VAT implementation in State
Says some good news can be expected in the coming budget session
Coupons to prevent misuse of cooking gas
The system will prevent staff from diverting cylinders to commercial establishments
Kumaraswamy dedicates Bennethora project to nation
The project has been designed to irrigate 20,234 hectares of land in Gulbarga district
Unauthorised slums on hospital premises a cause for concern
The High Court committee has in its report suggested immediate steps
Scientific assessment of property tax on the cards
MCH to use digital cameras for classification of residential, commercial properties
Bomb scare again at India Gate
NEW DELHI: Police conducted a massive search at the India Gate here on Sunday after receiving an alert. A youth was later arrested for making a series of hoax calls. ...
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