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Victims' kin to get jobs; door open for talks with ULFA
Cauvery: final award on February 5
Tribunal's term ends that day
65 killed in Baghdad varsity attack
DUBAI: Sixty-five people, including several women students and teachers, were killed and 110 injured on Tuesday in a devastating twin suicide bombing at the gates of a university in Baghdad, marking a surge in violence in the embattled city. The ...
"Implementation of Hyde Act would mean shifting of goalposts"
Anil Kakodkar, chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission, articulates his concerns on the still unfolding Indo-U.S. nuclear deal. Excerpts from an interview:
Japan's energy initiative welcomed
East Asian states focus on renewable sources
Sunnis angry over hangings
U.N. chief regrets Iraqi executions
India likely to take part in 4-nation talks
Involving U.S., Japan and Australia
Rajapaksa-Wickremesinghe talks inconclusive
President may go ahead with plans to award ministerial berths to UNP dissidents
Sania quells Savchuk's challenge
With temperatures going past 40 degrees, play had to be suspended on most courts
SPORT - COMMENT
A virus of the mind
To view sport from a national or regional perspective in this day and age seems almost anachronistic, writes NIRMAL SHEKAR
Vacancies to 10 Lok Sabha seats will be filled within six months: Gopalaswami
Consequent to the Supreme Court verdict in the cash-for-query case
Nations need to learn war not to fight, says Nobel laureate Prof. Aumann
``There needs to be a shift in strategy to bring about world peace''
No immediate cut in output: OPEC
India invites foreign firms to invest in the country's expanding energy sector
M&M-ITEC joint venture to invest Rs. 2,500 crore
The commercial vehicle venture will leverage M&M's extensive dealer network
Rule allowing corporal punishment in schools goes
Imposition, suspension from class suggested
Police geared for `Kaanum Pongal'
CHENNAI: Like the previous years, lakhs of people will be on roads, crowding beachfronts and destinations such as Children's Park, the Vandalur zoo, the Trade Fair grounds. The city police plan to deploy 5,000 personnel to regulate the surging ...
State gets one more Project Tiger
Karnataka, Centre to implement project jointly; it will be launched in a month
Trinamool workers damage fence, enter Singur project site
KOLKATA: Trinamool Congress workers on Tuesday entered a section of the site earmarked for the car manufacturing project at Singur and damaged a portion of the fence. Prohibitory orders under Section 144 Cr.P.C are in force in the ...
High Court orders CBI probe in Lavalin case
Says LDF Government cannot reverse decision
Tamil Nadu granted time to file reply on quota issue
Supreme Court grants three months to Centre to file its additional response
Gandhi peace prize for Tutu on January 31
NEW DELHI: Archbishop Desmund Tutu, a South African cleric and anti-apartheid activist, will be conferred the Gandhi peace prize 2005 by President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam here on January 31. A champion of human rights and democracy, Archbishop ...
Two more top Maoists arrested
Five others taken in custody in Orissa earlier produced in Khammam court
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