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Raul Castro and Chavez launch attack on the U.S., Malaysia cautious
Manmohan Singh to stress reconciling role of NAM
Says NAM as relevant today as it was during the period of the Cold War
CBI seeks death penalty for Memons
Prosecution wants life term for Rubeena
Children to spread awareness of chikungunya
CHENNAI: Do not be surprised if a solemn group of schoolchildren knock at your doors and offer to give you information on chikungunya. They would only be the Chennai Corporation's `health ambassadors,' an initiative launched to control the ...
Seven held in weapons seizure case
Two others belonging to a naxalite group still at large: Director-General of Police
A marquee match India cannot afford to lose
You have to be on the top of your game throughout to beat Australia: Dravid
Another special for Manmohan aboard flight
ON BOARD PM'S SPECIAL FLIGHT: If it was his birthday celebrations on board the special flight a couple of years ago, it was his 48th wedding anniversary fete this time on the flight from Brasilia to Havana amidst mirth and laughter. The ...
Hingis brings sunshine to Kolkata
Five overseas players have already arrived; Sania to be seeded fifth
NAM should not be ambiguous on terrorism: Manmohan
We must be united in eliminating the scourge, he says
Manmohan for dialogue to resolve Iran issue
It is expected to figure prominently in summit discussions
Security Council must reform: Annan
HAVANA: : U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan on Friday called for expansion of the 15-member Security Council to give it legitimacy, warning that "perception of a narrow base" risks an "erosion" of the world body's authority. "The Security ...
U.S. bid for `world dominance' assailed
HAVANA: Cuba's acting President Raul Castro on Friday assailed what he called the U.S. bid for world dominance. In his inaugural address at the NAM summit, Mr. Castro said the world today is shaped by the U.S.' ``irrational pretensions for ...
Elderly woman murdered, two held
Policemen apprehend the accused within hours after the crime was committed
Sealing drive in the Capital will go on
NEW DELHI: In a major setback to the Capital's traders and residents facing sealing action, the Supreme Court-appointed Monitoring Committee on Friday directed the Municipal Corporation of Delhi to continue with its sealing drive against ...
Education Minister to take appropriate action on report
Cabinet approves report of P.A. Mohammed committee
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