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Phanse conspired with Dawood Ibrahim, Tiger Memon, says Judge
Manmohan refuses to meet TNA team
The front has been kept at arm's length by the political leadership The LTTE would have used a meeting with Dr. Singh to show that its ties with India were on the mend
Bush taken aback by "bomb attack" report
Praises President Musharraf in the fight against terrorism
Resolve Kashmir issue bilaterally, says Bush
WASHINGTON: The United States President, George W. Bush, on Friday said India and Pakistan should resolve the Kashmir issue bilaterally and Washington would extend all support. ``Kashmir will be solved when the two leaders [of the two ...
Election Commission clears Manmohan, Chidambaram
NEW DELHI: The Election Commission on Friday cleared Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Finance Minister P. Chidambaram of the charge that they held offices of profit. It sent its opinion to President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam in the light of the ...
"A country like India must have a land use plan"
George B. Schaller, a pioneer in field biology, says it is possible to achieve economic growth without destroying the environment and losing wildlife. In an interview in Bangalore recently, he says even India and China, the two most populous nations, can save their forests and biodiversity. Excerpts:
Ensure complete police autonomy: Supreme Court
Petty political interference to blame for deficiencies in functioning
Strive for energy independence, Kalam urges scientists
Wants power generation capacity to go up to 4 lakh MW by 2030
Learner's licence application simplified
Transport department introduces single-sheet format
Australia goes through to the final
Dinesh Mongia stands tall as Brett Lee wreaks havoc with a five-for
SHOOTING FROM THE HIP
Tendulkar is back, doesn't it feel better?
By no means is it an ordinary summer
Sania to meet Hingis in semifinals
KOLKATA: A slug-fest like this one was bound to follow a pattern. Every point in the quarterfinal clash between Sania Mirza and Aravane Rezai was simply about who could hit harder, whose patience would thin quicker, and who could restrain ...
Russia off to a great start
MOSCOW: Marat Safin beat Andy Roddick and Mikhail Youzhny downed James Blake to give Russia a 2-0 lead over the United States on Friday in their Davis Cup semifinal here. Safin defeated Roddick 6-4, 6-3, 7-6(5) in the opening match, with ...
Deve Gowda sees threat to survival of coalition Government in State
He wants BJP to stem deviation from the Common Minimum Programme
Centre moves Supreme Court on sealing
Ministry of Urban Development files affidavit; plea to allow Govt. to give effect to notifications
Court quashes ban on Coke, Pepsi
High Court says such powers are vested with the Union Government only
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