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Honeymoon may be over but marriage can go on: Karat
Fernandes remarks cause uproar
NEW DELHI: The Treasury benches are likely to make a move to formally condemn in Parliament the statement made on Thursday — and reiterated on Friday — by National Democratic Alliance convener George Fernandes against Prime ...
U.S. rules out renegotiation of 123 agreement
NEW DELHI: The U.S. has ruled out renegotiation of the civil nuclear deal with India amid demands here that the agreement be worked out afresh. “We cannot renegotiate it because the  agreement is done. Neither government ...
Sky marshal arrested
SRINAGAR: A sky marshal on deputation to a private airline was arrested on Friday for allegedly harassing a woman passenger. Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad, who was also on board, ordered the arrest. Police ...
Two jawans killed in landmine blast
SRINAGAR: At least two jawans of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) were killed and six injured when a vehicle was blasted by an improvised explosive device (IED) in Kavani village in Anantnag district on Friday. CRPF spokesperson ...
Man who promised meeting with President arrested
MUMBAI: A man has been arrested here for allegedly sending SMS messages saying he could arrange a meeting with President Pratibha Patil on payment of Rs.22,000, the police said on Friday. The police had been probing the SMS scam ...
Parliament cannot decide on treaty or international agreement: Somnath
Discussion on nuclear deal will be held under Rule 193 that has no provision for voting
Quota: judiciary can’t be an exception, says panel
‘Press should respond to new challenges’
News media in India cannot afford to be complacent, says N. Ram
Russia, China display their firepower
Shanghai Group conducts joint war exercises to counter U.S., NATO
U.S. Fed steps in to check market crash
India likely to benefit
Computer tackles Rubik’s cube enigma
London: It is the holy grail for puzzle-lovers around the world. A task that has thwarted the greatest minds for generations. But the ultimate solution to the Rubik’s cube may be within grasp. A supercomputer has been working ...
The Twenty20 World Cup, a bit of a lark
Baghdatis stretches Roger Federer
Bhupathi & Murray lose; Paes & Damm in last eight
Lin Dan stops Anup Sridhar
The Indian runs the World No. 1 close in the opening game
Colleges offering B.Ed. need not surrender seats: High Court
CHENNAI: The Madras High Court has ruled that self-financing colleges offering B.Ed. courses in Tamil Nadu need not surrender 50 per cent of their total seats to the Government quota. Nor do they need to follow the single window system of ...
City police begin enforcing helmet rule
CHENNAI: About 5,000 two-wheeler riders in the city were fined on Friday for not wearing helmet, according to Police Commissioner G. Nanchil Kumaran. Following the amended order issued by the State Government recently, the police began ...
Shift to bio-fuels a mistake: researchers
Clearing of forests to plant such crops releases carbon gases
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