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Rajasekhara Reddy should quit: CPI(M) and TDP
HYDERABAD: The Communist Party of India (Marxist) and the Telugu Desam Party on Sunday demanded the resignation of Chief Minister Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy for using ‘brutal force’ for ‘suppression’ of the Left struggle ...
600 suicide bombers at large near Islamabad
Islamabad: The Pakistan Government has sounded a red alert in the wake of reports about the presence of 600 suicide bombers within the limits of the capital and asked security personnel to avoid gathering in groups and not to wear uniform in ...
India’s batsmen pile on the runs
Sachin Tendulkar and Sourav Ganguly miss out on centuries
Sania to take on Chakvetadze in final
Dancevic stuns Roddick to enter Indianapolis final
Iraq beats Saudi Arabia, clinches its first Asia Cup title
Skipper Younis Mahmoud scores the match-winner
Ricky Ponting criticises ICL
Melbourne: Australian skipper, Ricky Ponting, has hit out at the proposed Indian Cricket League (ICL), saying the million-dollar rebel series threatens to tempt ageing cricketers into early retirement while luring youngsters away from National ...
Sinimole, Renjith, women’s relay team bag gold
Bronze for Mathew, men’s relay team on the concluding day
Karunanidhi anguish over bid to stall development projects
Third phase of the scheme for educated unemployed launched
‘I would have disclosed had I known anything’
It’s not in my nature to ever support or be involved in terror activities, says Haneef
Haneef not deported, says E. Ahamed
BANGALORE: “We are very happy that Dr. Mohammad Haneef is returning and joining his family,” E. Ahamed, Union Minister of State for External Affairs, told The Hindu on Sunday. “We are happy that his innocence has been ...
I will not restore Haneef’s visa: Kevin Andrews
Queensland Premier demands inquiry, disciplinary action against Immigration Minister
It was all over at the airport in five minutes
Media frenzy amidst scramble for sound bites
Six killed, 30 injured in Srinagar blast
SRINAGAR: Six persons, including two children, were killed and 30 others injured in a powerful explosion in a tourist bus near the Shalimar garden here on Sunday. The bus was carrying tourists from Gujarat. Witnesses told The ...
‘Fight for visa is next action’
BANGALORE: Peter Russo, Mohammed Haneef’s lawyer, on Sunday said that he had accompanied his client to India to ensure that he reaches home safely and to meet his family. Speaking to The Hindu in the lobby of his hotel, Mr. ...
Lawyer angered at decision on Haneef visa
Melbourne: Australian lawyer Peter Russo, who is accompanying his client Mohammed Haneef to Bangalore, has said that Immigration Minister Kevin Andrews’ refusal to restore the Indian doctor’s visa will damage Australia’s ...
BANGALORE: Chief Minister H.D. Kumaraswamy will meet with Mohammed Haneef on Monday at the doctor’s residence. The Chief Minister has offered Dr. Haneef a job in the government medical sector. Dr. Haneef’s college, Ambedkar Medical ...
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