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Tuesday, August 15, 2006
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Top scientists write to Parliament
Suicide attack in Colombo
Pakistan envoy's convoy targeted; 61 schoolchildren die in `air-raid'
South Africa may pull out
COLOMBO: The South African decision appeared to be veering towards pulling out of the tri-series due to security concerns. Team manager Goolam Rajah and coach Micky Arthur were locked in frantic consultations with the Board back home. They also ...
A flawed report: Natwar
NEW DELHI: Making a personal explanation in the Rajya Sabha on the events leading to his resignation from the Union Council of Ministers, the former External Affairs Minister, Natwar Singh, said the Justice Pathak Inquiry Authority report was a ...
How India thinks about security
Do people feel safe? Do they blame Pakistan for terrorism? Is the Government doing enough to tackle the problem?The Hindu-CNN-IBN State of the Nation Survey answers these and many more related questions.
Opening match called off owing to rain, to be played today
Colombo: Not a single ball was bowled in the inaugural match of the Unitech tri-series between Sri Lanka and South Africa, but it was a hectic Monday for the organisers and the visiting team officials in the Sri Lankan capital. The bomb blast ...
Chappell keeps options open on openers
Foreign players in Ranji Trophy good for the game
The EPL is an example of how such a move can work wonders for the game
Kalam for "comprehensive security"
Identifies major components as territorial, internal, energy and economic security
"Let Centre probe Gavit issue and take action"
Unanimous conclusion at all-party meeting convened by Lok Sabha Speaker Somnath Chatterjee
Cola firms launch counter-offensive
Development of scientific and acceptable testing protocol demanded
Supreme Court stays ordinance on appointment of archakas in temples
Says it is a serious matter as several principles have to be laid down
Lebanese head for home
Israel, Hizbollah claim victory
Security tight for I-Day in Chennai
There is no specific threat from any quarter, says Police Commissioner
Tight security for Independence Day amid threats of terrorist strike
`Sky sentries' posted on high-rise buildings around the Manekshaw Parade Ground
Unprecedented security at Red Fort for I-Day
All set for Independence Day
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