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Boost to plans to send an Indian into space and bring him back
Pension funds to be invested in stocks also
Will fetch superior returns: Manmohan
No final view yet on SEZs
NEW DELHI: The Empowered Group of Ministers (EGoM) on special economic zones (SEZs), headed by External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee, on Monday failed to arrive at a final view on the controversial issues of land acquisition, rehabilitation ...
Advertisements for medical treatment to be banned
Proposal will be submitted soon, says Anbumani
Chappell hit at airport
BHUBANESWAR: In a bizarre incident, a worker of a regional political outfit broke the police cordon and hit coach Greg Chappell on the back when players of the Indian and West Indies teams arrived at the Biju Patnaik Airport here on Monday ...
Pakistan wins Test, levels series
Younis Khan and Kamran Akmal's 99-run stand proves crucial
Nadal digs deep to overcome Murray
Fernando Gonzalez takes out James Blake; David Nalbandian crashes out
Twin car blasts kill 78 in Iraq
Surge in violence follows Premier Al-Maliki's security initiative
Large number of LTTE cadres killed, claims Sri Lankan Army
Air Force jets, helicopters target "identified Tiger gathering" in Trincomalee
More Russian reactors for Koodankulam
"Talks on with Moscow"
Mayor, Deputy Mayor eligible for re-election
CHENNAI: A Bill providing for the re-election of Mayor and Deputy Mayor was introduced in the Assembly here on Monday. Local Administration Minister M.K. Stalin, who attended the session for about two hours despite a hip injury, moved the ...
Life-long fuel supply for reactors: Moscow
TIRUNELVELI: Russian Minister for Atomic Energy Sergey V. Kirienko on Monday gave the assurance that Moscow would supply fuel for the reactors being built at Koodankulam throughout their life. "Fuel for the first reactor would reach the site ...
Violence-affected Bangalore returns to normality
Shops open at dawn; solitary stone-throwing incident reported
The new Shah Rukh show is here
NEW DELHI: As the clock struck nine on Monday night, Indian television seemed bigger than ever before. For once, no one dared to touch the remote to surf any other channel as Bollywood's reigning superstar appeared in the living rooms of millions ...
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