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Says it is headed for a crash and mid-term election is a real possibility
Kumaraswamy apprehensive about BJP rule
No pressure on police to go easy on probe into violent incidents: Gowda
“No reservation over nuclear deal”
Song Min-soon, Foreign Minister of the Republic of Korea, outlines his country’s emerging equation with India in the context of its move for securing the support of the Nuclear Suppliers Group. Excerpts from an exclusive interview in Seoul:
Jail sentence for scribes
NEW DELHI: The Delhi High Court on Friday sentenced the Editor, the Resident Editor, the Publisher and the cartoonist of English tabloid Mid-Day to four-month imprisonment in a contempt of court case. The four were ...
BJP should get ready: Vajpayee
“People’s sentiments have been hurt by the ruling dispensation”
Musharraf shakes up Army
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf, who told the Supreme Court earlier this week that he would step down as Army Chief if elected to another term as President, intensified speculation about his possible successor on Friday after he ...
Pakistan Opposition plan comes under cloud
One of the main leaders disputes decision
Exporters seek sops to offset soaring rupee
Call for direct market intervention by RBI
Sensex scales new peak
MUMBAI: The benchmark Sensex on Friday hit a new peak of 16564.23 by gaining 216.28 points in scrip specific activities, propelled by a sharp rally in top heavyweight Reliance and sustained fall in inflation rate. Petrochem giant ...
Can inspired Indians tame the awesome Aussies?
The biggest concern for Men In Blue will be Yuvraj Singh and skipper Dhoni’s fitness
Sensational win for India
Durban: India won the Super Eight match against South Africa with canny swing bowling and superlative catching and entered the semifinals of the World Twenty20 on Thursday. R.P. Singh swung one in perfectly to Herschelle Gibbs. The ball ...
Kirilenko dismantles Pennetta
Mariya Koryttseva breezes past Tatiana Poutchek
Tatas acquiring land in Tuticorin for titanium dioxide project
Company negotiating directly with people, says Industries Secretary
City’s western suburbs to turn greener
CHENNAI: Suburbs on the western fringes of Chennai will soon sport a greener look with development of parks and planting of avenue tree saplings gaining priority among civic works. Of the 21 new parks proposed in the Ambattur ...
At home away from home
Finds among the unknown faces of schoolchildren future astronauts
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