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South Korean student behind the carnage that claimed 32 lives
India in touch with varsity
NEW DELHI: The Indian Embassy in the United States is in touch with Virginia Tech University authorities following reports that G.V. Loganathan, a professor, was among the victims of the campus shootings. An External Affairs Ministry ...
Benazir and Musharraf strike deal?
Agreement in final stages: Minister
Kanpur IIT shocked by professor's death
KANPUR: The students and staff of the IIT here have expressed shock and grief at the death of its alumnus G.V. Loganathan in a shooting incident at the Virginia Tech University in the United States on Monday. Institute Director Sanjay Dhande ...
It will be end of the road for Congress: Mulayam
Says it is a battle between Samajwadi Party and BJP
Disclose cut-off marks, Court tells UPSC
"Also reveal model answer papers to candidates," says Judge
"Poison found in Woolmer's system"
Police to rely on histology, toxicology analysis
Hall & Co. undermine hapless England's hopes
Supremely calibrated swing bowling by South Africans makes England's middle-order come a cropper
Australia cruises past Sri Lanka
The World champion posts its 20th straight victory in the competition
Was resting Murali a deliberate ploy?
The biggest plus has been the starts that Gilchrist and Hayden have been giving us, writes Glenn McGrath
Tough task awaits Ireland
Sri Lanka not taking the Irish challenge lightly
Wall Street Journal wins two Pulitzer awards
NEW YORK: Thirteen news organisations shared the honours in the journalism categories at the annual Pulitzer Prizes, which covered a wide variety of subjects in a year when no single event dominated the front pages. The Wall Street ...
New Delhi loses bid
Kuwait: New Delhi's bid to host the 2014 Asian Games came unstuck as the Olympic Council Asia awarded the multi-sport event to South Korean city of Incheon on Tuesday. The Games was awarded to Incheon by the 45-member General Assembly of the ...
Karunanidhi wants all crossings guarded
Road underpasses to replace nine unmanned level crossings in risk-prone stretch
Velachery MRTS work to be over by May 15
CHENNAI: Work on the Mass Rapid Transit System (MRTS) up to Velachery will be completed by May 15, Union Minister of State for Railways R. Velu said on Tuesday. The Minister announced this after reviewing the progress of the work on the ...
Big players at investors' meet
Response to meet on Vizhinjam quite encouraging: VS
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