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We are in no hurry, says Prakash Karat
Nawaz Sharif can return: court
‘Government should not hinder his and his brother’s return to Pakistan’
Mayawati halts corporate-run retail business
LUCKNOW: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati on Thursday rolled back the Agriculture Infrastructure and Investment Policy, which lays emphasis on contract farming, in the “interest of the farmers.” Simultaneously, the Bahujan ...
Text of CPI(M) Central Committee resolution
The Central Committee of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) met in New Delhi on August 22 and 23, 2007, to consider the political situation arising out of the UPA government’s decision to conclude the bilateral agreement on nuclear ...
Meet plans rail roko from tomorrow
To ensure the formation of Salem Railway Division
New agency to clear garbage in 4 zones
CHENNAI: The Chennai Corporation is gearing up for a transition from Onyx to a new contract for garbage clearance with JBM Fanalca Environment Management Limited. The company’s Chennai-based subsidiary Neel Metal Products Limited will ...
Aruna Roy, Medha question deal
‘It is against security and sovereignty’
UPA urged not to act in haste
Prominent intellectuals caution government against the agreement
Sharif can come back: Musharraf
Islamabad: Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf said on Thursday the former Prime Minister, Nawaz Sharif, could return home. Hours after the Supreme Court judgment allowing Mr. Sharif to return to the country, Gen. Musharraf told a ...
I have full faith in judiciary: Sanjay Dutt
MUMBAI: “All I can say is that I have full faith in the judiciary. I am thankful to the people of this country; I have a long battle to face; please pray for me and I love you all,” actor Sanjay Dutt said here, hours after he was ...
“No U.S. factor in Australia’s offer”
SINGAPORE: Downplaying suggestions that the United States is influencing Australia’s offer of uranium exports to India, Canberra has announced its intention to strengthen trade ties with New Delhi across the board. Australian Trade ...
JD(U) rebels heading for a showdown
PATNA: Dissidents in the Janata Dal (United) are heading for a showdown, threatening the party’s unity in Bihar. State unit general secretary and MLA Lallan Paswan has convened a meeting of the State Council on August 30 in the ...
India may make a couple of changes
Gautam Gambhir will possibly be replaced at No. 3; Ramesh Powar likely to get a look-in
Asia Cup — a peep into the past
How noise can kill you
Stress of persistent exposure adds to risks, says WHO report
Now, Google Sky for earthlings
Tour space, watch stars from the comfort of the livingroom
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