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Gowda cancels appointment with Rajnath Singh
3 monks killed in Myanmar crackdown
SINGAPORE: Three Buddhist monks were killed on Wednesday in an attack by security forces on protesters in Yangon, Myanmar, according to the dissident National Council of the Union of Burma (NCUB). The three were beaten up near the ...
India’s interests at stake in Myanmar
New Delhi expresses concern and urges regime to be more inclusive and broad based
Nothing new in latest reply: Left
NEW DELHI: In its latest reply, the government has only reiterated its stated position on a majority of issues raised by the Left parties on the India-U.S. civilian nuclear deal, highly placed CPI(M) sources told ...
U.K. to argue India’s case for Security Council seat
LONDON: Britain will actively support the case for India to be given a permanent seat on the United Nations Security Council, Foreign Secretary David Miliband has said. Mr. Miliband would raise the issue in his speech to the U.N. General ...
Champion team felicitated at a grand reception
Rain fails to dampen spirits as thousands cheer the Men in Blue during their ride on an open top bus
State Cabinet approves new industrial policy
Chief Minister Karunanidhi will release the policy next week
Extend rural job guarantee scheme: Rahul
NEW DELHI: Barely a day after assuming office, the newly appointed Congress general secretary Rahul Gandhi was part of a delegation of office bearers that met Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Wednesday and urged him to extend the National ...
Dhoni should be automatic choice for Test captain
Dhoni is a born leader, one with qualities a captain has to have to lead the team,writesMakarand Waingankar
Sensex breaches 17000-mark
Banking, IT stocks lead the rally; realty and oil and gas shares witness selling
11 new species identified
London: Eleven new species, including a snake and two butterflies, have been discovered in a region of Vietnam known as the Green Corridor, the WWF has revealed. Five orchids and three other plants make up the rest of the haul of ...
Nepal to ban nudity on Everest
KATHMANDU: Nepal’s mountaineering authorities are calling for a ban on nudity and attempts to set other obscene records on the world’s highest mountain. Last year, a Nepali climber claimed the world’s highest display of ...
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