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Only Parliament can decide: Sri Lanka apex court
98 sailors killed in attack
COLOMBO: Suspected cadres of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam on Monday afternoon drove an explosive-laden vehicle into a Sri Lanka naval convoy near Habarana, killing at least 98 sailors and injuring 100 others. In the evening, an Air Force ...
Akhtar, Asif fail drug test
PCB decides to withdraw the two from the ICC Champions Trophy
Bush to push for deal in Congress session
NEW DELHI: The U.S. President, George W. Bush, has assured India that his administration remained committed to the nuclear agreement with India and he would try to push for Congress' approval for the deal during its lame duck session. Mr. ...
His own IED kills ULFA militant
GUWAHATI: One suspected militant of the United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA) was killed when an improvised explosive device, which he was trying to plant on a railway track, exploded near the Bongaigaon railway station on Monday night. The ...
`Gandhi not getting the Nobel was the biggest omission'
OSLO: It's not often that you get candid admissions. Or that big institutions have got it wrong. A group of Indian journalists heard both at the headquarters of the Norwegian Nobel Committee, which awards the annual Nobel Peace Prize. "Our ...
Quota only after law is enacted
Centre's assurance to Supreme Court
Accord terms not met, says Sri Lankan court
Parliament is the competent body to legislate on merger, says verdict
Mayawati to embrace Buddhism
NEW DELHI: Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) chief Mayawati and her followers will embrace Buddhism after the BSP gains an absolute majority at the Centre. Ms. Mayawati announced this on Monday at the conclusion of the seventh day rites of party ...
DMK, CPI(M) discuss Chennai violence
Say problems during the polls won't undermine ties
CPI for early meeting of DPA parties
CHENNAI: The State unit of the Communist Party of India (CPI) on Monday stressed the need for convening a meeting of the parties of the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK)-led Democratic Progressive Alliance (DPA) soon to find a solution to the ...
Study material eludes students
Distance education students complain of poor response from the authorities
Akhtar, Asif test positive for steroid
JAIPUR: `Disappointment' would not be an appropriate word to describe the mood in the Pakistani camp following the revelation on Monday that Shoaib Akhtar and Mohammad Asif had failed drug tests and were asked to return to Pakistan. On the eve ...
A huge test of character for Pakistan
Daunting task awaits Pakistan in opener
JAIPUR: They have met regularly in contests within and outside the sub-continent but nothing makes it more interesting than the current clash. Pakistan has the huge task of making the best of options available after being let down by two of its ...
"No final decision yet on OBC quota"
Union Government also rules out a separate quota for Muslims
Mills turns it New Zealand's way
MUMBAI: Kyle Mills captured three priceless wickets to turn things around for New Zealand in the Champions Trophy match at the Brabourne Stadium. Given the new ball in the absence of Shane Bond, Mills filled in brilliantly for his famous ...
Electricity tariff in State reduced marginally
Concessions to rural consumers; average unit price Rs. 3.20
Ronaldinho stars in FC Barcelona's win
MADRID: : Ronaldinho scored two goals to help FC Barcelona beat Sevilla 3-1 in the Spanish league on Sunday. The Brazilian scored his first goal from the penalty spot after Julien Escude brought down Barcelona defender Juliano Belletti in the ...
Cabinet to petition President Kalam
Soli Sorabjee's remarks about State Government draw flak
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