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Kafeel is brother of doctor held in Liverpool
Manmohan speaks to Brown
ITER project: Cabinet clears participation
NEW DELHI: The Union Cabinet on Thursday formally approved India’s participation in the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER) project, which aims at demonstrating the scientific and technical feasibility of producing ...
We are not apologetic about our Presidential choice : Manmohan
‘We have made the right choice. She is deserving of the high office’
India, Pakistan varsities to bring CBMs to fruition
Mumbai, Sindh universities set to sign MoU to swap faculty
Congress hits back at Advani
He ‘protected’ Narendra Modi
Kafeel and Sabeel originally held Jordanian passports
The brothers left Bangalore for the United Kingdom in May; details of phone calls made being investigated
“Significant material” gathered against Indian doctor
SINGAPORE: The Australian Federal Police Commissioner, Mick Keelty, on Thursday disclosed that “a significant amount of material” had been gathered in the case relating to the continued detention of Indian doctor Mohammed Haneef ...
Nadal outlasts Youzhny, enters quarterfinals
Venus Williams to play Ana Ivanovic in the semifinals; Bhupathi-Sania beaten in the second round
West Indies draws level with a big win scoreboard
BIRMINGHAM: So far in summer 2007 there has been no skill in making forecasts. Rain, England beats the West Indies by a distance, more rain, Shivnarine Chanderpaul bats forever, England still wins; what is to prophesy? The Shiv was at ...
Gujarat: 11 more bodies recovered
GANDHINAGAR: The death toll in the heavy rains and floods went up to 112 with the recovery of at least 11 more bodies in Patan district in north Gujarat on Thursday. Flood situation According to an official ...
Over 200 electrocuted in rain-related incidents
MUMBAI: On a day when the Bombay High Court directed the Maharashtra Government and all Municipal Corporations to ensure that there is no flooding from the next monsoon, Chief Minister Vilasrao Deshmukh took a review of the flood situation in ...
Rain continues to batter Kolkata
Kolkata: Normal life was affected for the third day on Thursday as intermittent spells of heavy rain, accompanied by strong gusts of wind, continued to batter Kolkata and adjoining districts. Though water receded from most of the major ...
Soldier opens fire on protesters, kills himself
Thousands block road leading to Amarnath cave
Putin’s charisma swings Olympic panel vote
Russia to host 2014 Winter Olympics
No talks with clerics: Islamabad
Security forces move closer to mosque-madrassa complex
Huge arms seizure in Sri Lanka
COLOMBO: At least four LTTE cadres were killed and a “large stock of weapons” was seized by security forces in the north and east during the last 24 hours amid stepped up security measures in view of the “Black Tigers ...
“Minorities quota will turn reality”
CHENNAI: Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi said here on Thursday that reservation in government jobs and education for minorities would definitely become a reality. Answering a question relating to the decision of the Andhra Pradesh ...
15 per cent drop in real estate prices
CHENNAI: Chennai real estate is now on a downward slide. Market studies have shown that prices of land, apartments and even commercial rentals, particularly that of IT buildings, have come down by about 15 per cent. Builders and promoters ...
Vietnam PM supports India’s ‘Look East’ policy
MoU signed to form Vietnam-India Business Forum
High subsidy payouts a cause for concern: ONGC chief
‘Will strive to work to reverse the trend of declining production’
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