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Tuesday, August 21, 2007
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Rules out mid-term elections
Put on hold the next step: Left parties
NEW DELHI: The Left parties on Monday stuck to their stand on the nuclear deal with the United States, delivering a terse message to the Congress-led United Progressive Alliance (UPA) Government — put the agreement on hold. They ...
Deal stalls work in Rajya Sabha
Several attempts to resolve issue fail
Mid-term polls a certainty: Advani
Says the agrarian crisis has swept across the country and farmers are ending their lives
“No uranium sale if Australia’s Labour Party wins polls”
ADELAIDE: Australia will not sell uranium to India if the Labour Party wins the Federal election, scheduled later this year. In an exclusive interview, Mike Rann, the South Australian Premier and senior Labour Party leader, said there ...
Nuclear energy vital for security strategy, says Manmohan Singh
“We must be able to address our growing energy demand”
Alliance with Congress to continue: Karunanidhi
He unveils Rajiv Gandhi’s portrait at Sathyamurthi Bhavan
3 burnt to death in Porur
CHENNAI: A 32-year-old woman and her two children were burnt to death following an LPG cylinder burst at their house in Porur on Monday. The woman’s husband suffered burns and is undergoing treatment at a government hospital. ...
Passengers escape as plane explodes
NAHA (Japan): A China Airlines jet exploded into flames at an airport in Okinawa after arriving from Taiwan on Monday, but all 165 persons aboard escaped alive, officials said. Police said terrorism was not suspected. All 157 passengers ...
Anand masters Mainz again
NEW DELHI: Keeping his tryst with history, Viswanathan Anand once again proved that he is indeed the ‘Monarch of Mainz’. The champion beat Levon Aronian, the challenger, 2.5-1.5 in the best-of-four-game final of the World ...
ICL announces 50 names
Boje, Inzamam, Yousuf, Razzaq part of the teams
Rain looms large over series opener at Rose Bowl
Intermittent showers have been forecast for today
Bhutia strikes for India
Subrata is player of the match
Indian Film Festival begins in Israel
JERUSALEM: Indian Film Festival, a part of celebrations of 60 years of India’s Independence and 15 years of Indo-Israel ties, got off to a rousing start on Monday with screening of ‘Dosar’, with actress Konkona Sen Sharma ...
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