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Right of return of U.S. material with assurances
Kafeel Ahmed dies of burns
LONDON: Kafeel Ahmed, Indian engineer suspected to have been involved in the failed attack on the Glasgow airport on June 30, died in a Scotland hospital late on Thursday. Kafeel (27), who hails from Bangalore, suffered 90 per cent burns ...
Village panchayat chiefs seek more powers
TIRUVANNAMALAI: Village panchayat presidents sought more powers and resources from the State Government at a zonal meeting organised here on Friday. “Give us the responsibility of issuing community, birth and death certificates. ...
Bose with a five-for and Powar deliver
CRICKET / Sri Lanka ‘A’ fails to make the most of good batting conditions
Sania sweeps past Safina; Kirilenko advances
Paes-Damm enter semifinals; Bhupathi-Henman lose at the Legg Mason Classic
India on the threshold of glory
Australia’s brilliance does Pakistan in
Return of the prodigal sons
Sharad Pawar hopeful of finding coach for Team India within a month
Bangalore: The BCCI president Sharad Pawar expressed the hope that the Indian cricket team coach would be selected in a month’s time. “We have informed the cricket boards of Australia, New Zealand, England and West Indies ...
Wobbly Duke ball has Dhoni stumped
‘I have never seen the ball swing so much; most of the players feel that way’
Rough sea keeps fishermen at bay
CHENNAI: Seawater ingress in some parts of Marina on Friday gave anxious moments to the visitors to the beach. According to eyewitnesses, waves swept beyond the shore in the afternoon, creating a scare. Chennai District Collector R. ...
Bombay High Court notice to 4 Goa MLAs
PANAJI: The Bombay High Court Bench here on Friday issued notice to four MLAs acting on five petitions challenging their recent election to the Assembly. Notice returnable on August 24 The notice is ...
Floods displace hundreds of animals in Kaziranga park
Brahmaputra flood waters submerge about 80 per cent of the park area in Assam
Manmohan Singh’s visit gets Karnataka a good deal
Centre happy with implementation of various infrastructure projects
Judicial inquiry not needed: Howard
Melbourne: Australian Prime Minister John Howard on Friday said there was no need for a judicial inquiry into Indian doctor Mohamed Haneef’s case following a ruling by the High Court which upheld new anti-terrorism laws. The High ...
Foray into Arctic to study climate change
NEW DELHI: With climate change increasingly becoming a hot global issue, Indian scientists are set to go over to the Arctic region for a first-hand understanding of all aspects of the phenomenon. Launching the first-ever Indian ...
Family wants Kafeel buried in U.K.
Mother hopes eventually both sons would be proved innocent
Burns hopes for overwhelming Congress support
Washington: The United States hopes that there will be overwhelming support for the civil nuclear cooperation agreement with India when it comes for final vote before Congress by December, Under Secretary of State Nicholas Burns has said. ...
Fraud scientist made unwitting discovery: experts
Succeeded in forcing human eggs to undergo parthenogenesis
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