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Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Nepal, Maldives and Bhutan will benefit; sensitive list will also be reduced for them
Trust deficit reduced: Aziz
`We are capable of moving ahead'
SAARC has a bright future through cooperation, says Li
China ready to discuss cooperative mechanism to alleviate poverty
Koirala, Gayoom for making SAFTA fully operational
It's a springboard for deeper SAARC integration: Maldives
Aziz calls for peace, security in South Asia
"Security and development are correlated"
South Asian nations committed to democracy: Fakhruddin Ahmed
SAARC meet for strong measures against terrorism
IED found near Army camp in Assam
GUWAHATI: Stepped up security ahead of a 12-hour bandh called on Wednesday in Assam by the banned ULFA, led to the recovery of a powerful IED near an Army camp in Jorhat district on Tuesday. The timed device, kept in a jar, was found near ...
One SSLC exam put off
Two social science question papers missing
Karunanidhi opposes joint patrolling
CHENNAI: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi has informed the Prime Minister he was against any suggestion for joint patrolling by the Naval forces of India and Sri Lanka to prevent attacks on Tamil Nadu fishermen. According to a press ...
Prominent mall gets evacuation notice
CHENNAI: The Chennai Metropolitan Development Authority has ordered evacuation of the Chennai Citi Centre, a popular shopping mall on Dr. Radhakrishnan Salai. In a communique (Letter No: E81/12877/2004) sent to Chennai City Centre Holding and ...
Quake hits Afghanistan, parts of north India
ISLAMABAD/SRINAGAR: A strong 6.2 magnitude earthquake rocked Afghanistan, Pakistan and parts of northern India, including Jammu and Kashmir, on Tuesday triggering panic in the region, where a devastating temblor in October 2005 claimed nearly ...
Fleming in full flow as Kiwis roll on merrily
Fleming is the first Kiwi batsman to make 1000 WC runs
Can England surprise the Lankans?
St. Peter's: England's one-day side is a bit of a curiosity. People with lesser refinement may call for it to be placed between the bearded lady and the dog that yelps the alphabet. One would think England has all the tools. In Ed Joyce, ...
Greg vs The Guys: a tragicomedy
Nothing validates Nietzsche's idea of eternal recurrence as convincingly as do the crises in Indian cricket, writes Nirmal Shekar
Phelps's achievement lifts us all
When Michael Phelps performs he brings his opponents to their knees and the world to its feet. When he commences races, folded on the blocks like a pterodactyl contemplating flight, you are sitting. As he finishes, you feel compelled to award him ...
Pacified by senior colleagues, Sriramulu withdraws resignation
`Resignation threat due to animosity between BJP, JD(S) leaders in Bellary'
Kerala questions Karunanidhi's stance
Says Central Water Commission had proposed for a new dam in 1979
Staff shortage may hit civic schemes
COIMBATORE: At a time when the Coimbatore Corporation is set to implement a number of major schemes for flyovers, transport systems and waste management, it fears that staff shortage will hit the development process. The Corporation says it ...
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