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To cooperate on "key issues vital for Sri Lanka's well being"
Pranab: ISI network must be unearthed
Promises strict action against agents
CIA officials meet Menon
NEW DELHI: Top U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) officials met Foreign Secretary Shivshankar Menon, and reportedly discussed ways to enhance counter-terrorism cooperation with India. According to diplomatic sources, the two sides also ...
Pranab likely to be new Foreign Minister
NEW DELHI: A minor reshuffle of the Union Council of Ministers is expected to take place on Tuesday. Pranab Mukherjee is likely to be the new External Affairs Minister, a post vacant since the resignation of Natwar Singh, sources in the ...
Mullaperiyar: parties for talks
But want Centre to preside over negotiations with Kerala
NSCN (I-M) harps on `federation'
"It should be incorporated in Constitutions of India and Nagalim"
Wildscreen films coming for Indian event
`Green Oscars' for films on wildlife themes given away in Bristol
Musharraf: let us make LoC irrelevant
Self-governance mooted on both sides
Uphill task awaits South Africa
A second win will almost certainly take Sri Lanka to the next stage
I am learning to cope with criticism: Irfan Pathan
Cricketing conditions must not be neglected
One needs the expertise of a professional in making the pitch, writes Makarand Waingankar
Salmon high on the agenda
Norwegian royalty to head business delegation
Consortium bags Daewoo Electronics
Deal involving Videocon is valued at $700 m
No number is too big for her
The girl, barely 10 years, found the answer to a mathematical riddle literally at her fingertips
The creamy layer categories
NEW DELHI: The creamy layer concept was first introduced by the Supreme Court in the Mandal judgment delivered in November 1992 to indicate an elite group among the Other Backward Classes. The court asked the government to exclude the `creamy ...
Sensex loses 114 points
MUMBAI: The festive mood on Bombay Stock Exchange seems to have come to a halt with the BSE key index, Sensex, suffering a loss of 114 points amid lacklustre trading. Investors seemed to be in festive mood and were engaged only in squaring up ...
Mayor's chambers being spruced up
Will see an incumbent after four years
Dengue is on the retreat at last
No more deaths reported in the Capital; fall in the number of new cases
How a burgeoning Indian diaspora tunes into the American dream
Community of prosperous immigrants become more visible and vocal
Bommai, H.S. Doreswamy among 36 chosen for Ekikarana Award
Four renowned institutions recognised for the honour
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