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Tokyo will be actively involved in the discussions at the NSG
Don't concede right to tests: scientists
They advise Government to get concerns addressed
Cautious start by India on a rain-hit day
Dravid, Tendulkar make vital knocks; opening batsmen fail to get going
Thank you Doha, see you all in Guangzhou
Closing ceremony showcases country's history in all its splendour
Australia seizes the initiative
England collapses on day two; Pietersen scores a half-century
Sangakkara in majestic touch
Sri Lankan bowlers hit back to reduce New Zealand to 66 for four
SHOOTING FROM THE HIP
Panesar has played his part
If talks fail State will approach Supreme Court: Karunanidhi
Criticises Kerala's campaign on the strength of Mullaperiyar dam
Japan to set up rail freight corridors
TOKYO: Dedicated rail freight corridors with computerised control from New Delhi to Mumbai and to Kolkata were among the projects announced by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Friday. This would be in ...
Blurring of news and views creates problems: Somnath
Media could do more in the area of social responsibility: N. Ram
Death for former police officer
NEW DELHI: Perhaps for the first time in the history of the Delhi police, a fast track court here on Friday awarded capital punishment to a former Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) for torturing a youth to death at the Vivek Vihar Police ...
Ten killed in van-lorry collision
CHENNAI: Ten persons, including nine members of a family, were killed in an accident on Friday on East Coast Road near Kovalam, about 35 km south of Chennai. The accident occurred around 1.30 p.m when a van carrying the family from Chennai to ...
Three militants among six killed in J & K
JAMMU: Six persons, including three militants, have been killed in separate incidents in Jammu and Kashmir, official sources said on Friday. Two Hizb-ul Mujahideen militants were shot dead in a joint operation launched by the police and the ...
Karnataka ranks seventh in human development index
Bangalore Urban district tops the list; Raichur at the bottom
Angel's Fall, Forever Flows share honours in IFFK
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: : The Turkish film `Angel's Fall' directed by Semih Kaplanoglu and the Bangladeshi film `Forever Flows' by Abu Sayeed shared the prestigious Golden Crow Pheasant Award (Suvarna Chakoram) in the 11th International Film Festival ...
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