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ULFA reciprocates Centre's offer
GUWAHATI: The United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA) on Friday reciprocated the Union Government's offer to hold fire, by formally declaring that it would try to respect the offer in response to the people's desire for peace. In a statement ...
TRS Ministers likely to quit Union Cabinet
NEW DELHI: Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) chief and Union Minister K. Chandrasekhara Rao on Friday said the party representatives in the Union Cabinet were likely to put in their papers latest by Tuesday. Addressing party legislators and ...
CPI(M): abide by word on nuclear deal
PM's detailed reply in Parliament a healthy precedent: Yechury
Senior Intelligence Bureau official stopped from leaving India
The organisation rejects claims that espionage investigations are under way
ACCOLADES FOR CHAIRMAN
There can be opponents in politics but not enemies: Shekhawat
NEW DELHI: The Rajya Sabha on Friday felicitated Vice-President and Chairman of the House Bhairon Singh Shekhawat (83) for completing four years in office. The ruling party and its allies, the supporting parties and the Opposition ...
Not an orphanage but an LTTE training camp: Colombo
`The structure is not orphanage but an LTTE training camp'
Rain plays spoilsport yet again
Match to be resumed today; brave decision by Dravid to bat
SOUTH ASIAN GAMES
Games open amidst high security
COLOMBO: Splendid colour, lilting music and traditional strains from Sri Lanka's rich history marked the opening ceremony of the South Asian Games here on Friday when the rains relented, but only partially. But then, the wait was long for the ...
SOUTH ASIAN GAMES
Shuttlers launch India's gold rush
COLOMBO: The gold rush has begun for India in right earnest in the South Asian Games. At the Sugathadasa Indoor Stadium, the Indian National anthem echoed as the badminton players did what was expected of them by winning the gold medals in the ...
Humanitarian crisis looms large in the Jaffna peninsula
Colombo appeals to Government of India for supply of relief goods
Jayalalithaa privilege issue referred to House panel
AIADMK leader's statement questioning Speaker's actions opposed
Hostile mob halts building demolition
High Court orders maintenance of status quo on the structure
All set for train to Pakistan, first in 41 years
JAIPUR: An Indian train would cross the international border on the western front to enter Pakistan after a gap of 41 years on Saturday. From now on, for the next six months, it is the turn of the Indian Railways to run the good old Thar Express, ...
"Affected children missing from policymakers' minds"
About 40,000 of them in India need care, medication: Sharmila Tagore
Man shot dead in Vijayawada court premises
MLA's cousin Vangaveeti Santan Kumar seriously injured, not out of danger
`New law to benefit weaker sections'
Kerala justifies enactment for regulating admission to professional colleges
Civil engineering has few takers
ERODE: Civil engineering, once a flagship discipline, it appears, is no longer the favourite of engineering aspirants, particularly girls. This is the impression obtained after observing the current admission trends in colleges in this ...
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