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3 MLAs restrained from voting, motion carried by voice vote
India on the verge of victory as Zaheer Khan strikes
CHENNAI: Powered by left-arm paceman Zaheer Khan, who broke the back of English batting, India moved to the doorstep of victory on the fourth day of the second Test against England at Nottingham. The host was dismissed for 355 in its second ...
Fuel from other countries won’t be hit, says Mulford
India and the U.S. must move quickly to wrap up other aspects of the nuclear deal, the envoy says
Militants seize tomb in Pakistan, name it Lal Masjid
ISLAMABAD: Militants have taken control of a tomb in a tribal area in Pakistan’s North-West Frontier Province and renamed it Lal Masjid after the mosque stormed by commandos in the capital earlier this month. Masked pro-Taliban ...
India on the threshold of victory
Zaheer’s magnificent spell and Vaughan’s century highlights of the day
Sania loses singles, but wins doubles
Dmitry Tursunov and Carlos Moya clinch titles
Sania equals career-best ranking
Iraqis defy gunmen, savour rare taste of unity
The win has given them the most important sporting achievement
Chattering away without rancour
Nottingham: The Test series between India and England thus far has been characterised by some excellent swing and seam bowling from both sides, skilful batting in between, and a lot of chatter. Dinesh Karthik was upset by the English ...
The practice of sledging needs to be laughed out of the game
NOTTINGHAM: India’s tours of England have been quiet affairs with barely an incident and scarcely a word that would have distressed a Victorian gentlewoman. So what happened to turn the air blue? Is it that, after losing the toss ...
“Titanium project only after obtaining people’s views”
Official team will conduct public hearing in the presence of media: Karunanidhi
Ordinance imposes status quo on illegal structures
CHENNAI: The State Government promulgated an ordinance on July 27, imposing status quo on illegal buildings for a year. This would mean that the Chennai Metropolitan Development Authority (CMDA) cannot take up demolition of any illegal ...
Man who ushered in democracy in Sikkim
GANGTOK: Kazi Lhendup Dorji Khang Serpa, the first Chief Minister of Sikkim, who died on Monday, played a key role in the State’s merger with the Indian Union. He ushered in a democratic movement there when it was still ruled by a ...
Haneef: I am a victim of Australian conspiracy
BANGALORE: A day after he returned to India following the Australian Government dropping charges of supporting terror activities against him, Mohammed Haneef on Monday felt that he was a victim of an “Australian conspiracy”. ...
Country’s toppers flock to Pilani
In a remarkable departure from the normal run of “quotas” everywhere, BITS Pilani has its quota of toppers
Congress rejects CPI(M) demand
“Khammam firing unfortunate”
‘Khammam, Nandigram incidents different’
Kolkata: The events leading to the police firing in Andhra Pradesh’s Khammam district on July 28 and at Nandigram in West Bengal’s Purbo Medinipur district on March 14 are in no way comparable, veteran Marxist leader Jyoti Basu ...
Ingmar Bergman is dead
STOCKHOLM: Swedish film director Ingmar Bergman, widely regarded as one of the great masters of modern cinema, died on Monday at age 89. Bergman, whose 1982 film Fanny and Alexander won an Oscar for best foreign film, made about ...
‘Bollywood’ enters another dictionary
New Delhi: India’s top actors may find the description of the Hindi film industry as Bollywood “derogatory” and “humiliating” but the word has just been added to the Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate ...
Thinking of releasing extra information: Kevin Andrews
Melbourne: Australian Immigration Minister Kevin Andrews, who has received much criticism over his handling of the case against Mohammed Haneef, wants to release to the public extra information, which, he said led him to cancel the Indian ...
Minister’s comment surprising: India
NEW DELHI: India has expressed surprise over the reported statement by an Australian Minister that he had more information with him on the Mohammad Haneef case. In a statement, Minister of State for External Affairs, E. Ahamed ...
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