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Wife too survives landmine blast; driver and two others of a car in convoy killed
UNPA: why not all-party mechanism?
NEW DELHI: The United National Progressive Alliance on Friday distanced itself from the National Democratic Alliance’s demand for a joint parliamentary committee on the Indo-U.S. nuclear deal, and suggested that an all-party mechanism be ...
‘Political uncertainty, if not instability, likely’
Crisis over nuclear deal has been put off for now: N. Ram
Left cannot stop government from talking with IAEA: Karat
“We will not allow amendment to Atomic Energy Act 1962”
OP-ED - OUT OF LONDON
A passage to Pakistan with media in tow
The excitement generated in Britain over Nawaz Sharif’s return is extraordinary.
Basu dismisses Mamata’s remarks
No softening of stand on N-deal
BJP has many leaders who can grace the prime minister’s office: Yashwant Sinha
Leaders clarify that the matter will be decided by the parliamentary board during election time
This is our moment, let us not dither and shy away: Manmohan
NEW DELHI: Amid the raging controversy over the India-U.S. nuclear deal, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Friday said the country should not dither because of “fear of some ghosts in our mind.” He was lamenting the ...
No information on defence panel with Sri Lanka: MEA
NEW DELHI: The External Affairs Ministry says it has no information about the setting up of an India-Sri Lanka committee on defence comprising senior officials. Sri Lanka’s official web site on Thursday claimed that the committee ...
Iran should do more: India
NEW DELHI: While noting the recent steps agreed to between Iran and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) toward removing all doubts and uncertainty about Tehran’s nuclear programme, India has said “there is clearly further ...
Parliamentary committee raps Anbumani
NEW DELHI: The Parliamentary Standing Committee on Health and Family Welfare has come down heavily on Union Health and Family Welfare Minister Anbumani Ramadoss over the All-India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) controversy, and ...
The stage is set for an exciting series finale
India has the momentum and edge, but Andrew Flintoff could hold the key
Limited opportunities for boys from districts
The urge to do well in cricket has been much higher in the boys from the districts, writes Makarand Waingankar
Shoaib assaults Asif, sent back home
CHENNAI: Pakistan sent fast-bowler Shoaib Akhtar home from South Africa ahead of the World Twenty20 championship after he injured team-mate Mohammad Asif on Thursday. “It was reported to us by Mohammad Asif that Shoaib Akhtar had ...
History favours India against Japan
An emerging Malaysia may stretch the Koreans
From a badminton coach to hockey trainer
CHENNAI: Of all the accolades being heaped on the Indian team after its fine performance in the Asia Cup hockey championship thus far, a fair amount should reach Ganguly Prasad, the physical trainer. Prasad has been a badminton coach ...
Shahbaz’s arrest ordered
ISLAMABAD: An anti-terrorism court in Lahore on Friday ordered the arrest of Shahbaz Sharif, brother of Pakistan Muslim League leader Nawaz Sharif, for his alleged role in the killings of five persons while he was Chief Minister of ...
“LTTE using civilians as shields”
COLOMBO: Sri Lankan forces on Friday claimed that at least four Tamil Tigers were killed and a soldier died in clashes along the Wanni Forward Defence Line (FDL) even as a non-governmental organisation (NGO) urged both sides to ensure that ...
INDIA & WORLD
Indian, Pakistani in Booker race
LONDON: For the first time, the race for Britain’s £50,000 Man Booker prize has an Indian and a Pakistani novelist pitted against each other, though the chances of either of them winning it are rated extremely low. Indra Sinha ...
FM cautions against rising crude prices
Inflation rate slumps to 3.79 per cent
Fortis Healthcare buys into Malar Hospitals
Subsidiary IHL and Oscar Investments pick up 53 p.c.
Civil aviation can attract $150 b investment
Praful Patel for relaxation of the norms for overseas flights
With tiger gone, leopard is the king of Sariska now
The spotted cat is ruling the roost both in the woods and in the publicity material
Garbage: Advocate Commissioners to monitor
CHENNAI: The State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission (SCDRC) on Friday appointed two Advocate Commissioners who will visit the four Chennai Corporation zones and report on the actual state of affairs with regard to clearing of garbage in ...
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