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To consolidate bilateral relations with Brazil
Hopes to meet Musharraf
ON BOARD PM'S SPECIAL FLIGHT: "We will cross the bridge when we come to it,'' Prime Minister Manmohan Singh told reporters on Sunday. He was reacting to the BJP demand that he should not meet Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf in Havana during ...
Showpiece of an independent foreign policy
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's nine-day trip to Brasilia and Havana
Sketches of blast suspects released
MUMBAI: Police on Sunday released sketches of two men who had bought a new bicycle from a shop in Malegaon. They are suspected to have used it for placing a bomb on Friday in the powerloom town. Pieces of new bicycles found at the sites of the ...
Paes-Damm duo triumphs
New York: Leander Paes and Martin Damm crowned their first year as a pair as they beat Jonas Bjorkman and Max Mirnyi 6-7(5), 6-4, 6-3 to win the men's doubles title at the U.S. Open on Saturday. Indian Paes and Czech Damm were a break down in ...
Schumacher announces his retirement
The German drives to his fifth win at Monza; Raikkonen to join Ferrari next season
Q Branch police take over probe into arms seizure case
Hand of naxalites suspected, says Director-General of Police
Minister for training children in tackling disasters
Advocates including disaster preparedness in school curriculum
`Satyagraha' centenary observed
Congress to uphold Mahatma's legacy
150 killed in Sri Lankan battles
28 soldiers among casualties; Jaffna facing shortages of food, medicines
A game plan of some politicians, says Telgi
PUNE: Abdul Karim Telgi, involved in the fake stamp paper scam, said in a three-page letter written to his lawyers Harshad Nimbalkar and Milind Pawar: "I am shocked and mentally disturbed after reading the news of the narco-analysis test which ...
``No back-door entry in public employment''
Temporary employees have no vested right to be regularised: Supreme Court
`Infertility cases on the rise in Erode'
ERODE: : This region, known for its fertile lands, efficient labour force and booming textile industry, has a dark side to it - one that is directly related to the above. The problem is the rise in infertility cases, particularly among men, ...
Pawar, Achuthanandan discuss farm crisis
The Union Agriculture Minister begins three-day tour of the State
Chaos at public hearing on uranium project
Protestors caned; cars of Kadapa MP and Collector obstructed
Security to be tightened at reservoirs
125 police personnel will guard Krishnaraja Sagar reservoir, watchtower to be built
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