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Tuesday, October 10, 2006
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China voices ``firm opposition to the test''; a crisis, says Japan
India condemns North Korean test
"Don't compare us with Pyongyang"
Pyongyang's nuclear test: India concerned
Highlights the dangers of `clandestine proliferation'
U.N. vows strong, swift response
United Nations: Members of the U.N. Security Council condemned North Korea's claim of a nuclear test Monday, demanding during an emergency meeting that the country return to six-party talks on its weapons programme, U.N. ambassadors said. The ...
Text of announcement
SEOUL: Here is the text of the announcement by the official Korean Central News Agency: The field of scientific research in the DPRK successfully conducted an underground nuclear test under secure conditions on October 9  at a stirring ...
Shift Madurai police chief: EC
Decision based on poll official's assessment of situation in constituency
"Candidates fear outside interference"
MADURAI: Candidates fear that the October 11 byelection might not be held in a free and fair manner, Chief Electoral Officer Naresh Gupta said. Talking to reporters here on Monday, he said that they were apprehensive that some elements ...
New High Commissioner to Pakistan
NEW DELHI: Senior diplomat Satyabrata Pal, India's envoy to South Africa, was on Monday appointed the next High Commissioner to Pakistan. A 1972 batch IFS officer, Mr. Pal is expected to take up his assignment shortly, an official announcement ...
Sri Lanka keen to continue winning streak
Ahmedabad: Sri Lanka is keen and eager to continue its winning streak and notch up its 12th straight win in the ICC Champions Trophy against Zimbabwe here at the Motera on Tuesday The Sri Lankans have made an excellent start to their campaign ...
`I try to simplify my cricket by thinking of good things'
Adversity seems to bring the best out of him
Child labour: grand plans, little action
There is a clear lack of political will in the State to eliminate this evil practice
Sensex ends steady
MUMBAI: The stock market virtually discounted the news of North Korea's nuclear tests as the Bombay Stock Exchange benchmark, Sensex, closed flat at 12365.83 despite weak Asian advices. Share prices staged a smart recovery from the initial ...
Dengue cases go up to 18 in State; two dead
Anti-mosquito operations will be taken up on a continuous basis, says Health Minister K. Rosaiah
Ban Ki-Moon grateful for nomination
SEOUL: South Korean Foreign Minister Ban Ki-Moon expressed gratitude on Monday for being nominated as U.N. Secretary-General and said he would work to resolve the crisis over North Korea's nuclear programme after the Communist country conducted ...
50 new dengue cases in Delhi
NEW DELHI: With over 50 new dengue patients registered in the past 24 hours, the total number of confirmed cases in the capital has reached 957. With one woman, Sato Devi (35), dying in the All-India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), the ...
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