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To declare all its nuclear programmes; six-nation pact after talks in Beijing
Karnataka crisis scene shifts to New Delhi
BANGALORE: After Tuesday’s resignation by the Bharatiya Janata Party Ministers in Karnataka, the action has shifted to New Delhi. The State BJP leaders have been summoned to attend a meeting of the Central Parliamentary Board. The ...
Death for former MP in lynching case
PATNA: The Patna District and Sessions Court on Wednesday awarded capital punishment to a former MP and two former legislators for lynching Gopalganj District Magistrate G. Krishnaiah in Muzaffarpur district almost 13 years ago. ...
For credible power-sharing acceptable to all communities
Normality was ensured on bandh day: Karunanidhi
CHENNAI: Normality was ensured in the State on the bandh day though the Supreme Court’s orders staying the October 1 bandh were received late the previous night, Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi said on Wednesday. In a statement, he ...
Ties with U.S. not dependent on nuclear deal: Mukherjee
Washington: India-U.S. bilateral ties will not fall apart if the civilian nuclear deal does not move forward, External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee has said. “I’m afraid that I do not pin hope only on — this ...
Two Majors killed in Kashmir gunbattle
Nine militants also killed in the biggest encounter in Kashmir in last five years
Help change people’s mindset, Manmohan tells vernacular media
Prime Minister assures language newspapers of all support from the government in their development
15 women die in stampede in Mughalsarai railway station
MUGHALSARAI: Fifteen women were killed and 48 people injured in a stampede on the staircase of an over-bridge at Mughalsarai railway station in Uttar Pradesh on Wednesday. There was a sudden surge of people, who alighted from two trains ...
SPORT - COMMENT
Boorish and boring
Sreesanth’s offensive behaviour cannot be dismissed as harmless, ritualistic sabre-rattling, writes Nirmal Shekar
Irani Cup: a peek into its glorious past
Padmakar Shivalkar, with 51 wickets, tops the leading bowlers list
Down memory lane
‘Dhoni bats like my dad Nayudu’
Aussies arrive in Hyderabad with their tails up
Hyderabad: The dust settling on a volatile encounter in Kochi, the cricket caravan journeyed to this charming city. The ODI schedule is often back-breaking but the Aussies were smiling. This is an outfit that can inflict psychological ...
BJP mulls over options
NEW DELHI: The Bharatiya Janata Party is mulling over its options in Karnataka while waiting for its coalition partner, Janata Dal (Secular), to hand over chief ministership to it under the power-sharing agreement that was hammered out between ...
Congress to “wait & watch”
NEW DELHI: The Congress will “wait and watch” the evolving situation in Karnataka. Observing that “politics is evolving and changing dynamics,” Congress spokesperson Jayanti Natarajan said on Wednesday that the ...
“Article 15 (5) has enough guidelines”
New Delhi: The Union Government on Wednesday asserted in the Supreme Court that the 93rd constitutional amendment inserting Article 15 (5) to provide for reservation for socially and educationally backward classes (SEBCs), Scheduled Castes and ...
Thai investments for north-east region growth
SINGAPORE: A “good beginning has been made” in sensitising Thailand’s political establishment and captains of industry to the dynamics of investing in the economic development of India’s north-eastern States. Mani ...
Tension grips a quiet Myanmar
SINGAPORE: Tension-filled calm reigned across Myanmar on Wednesday, with the ruling junta making no comment on United Nations Special Envoy Ibrahim Gambari’s just-concluded mission to begin “a peaceful transition to ...
Polish envoy to Iraq injured in bomb attack
All three vehicles in convoy extensively damaged
Fresh challenge to General Musharraf
ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court issued notices to the government on Wednesday on fresh legal challenges to President Pervez Musharraf’s candidature in Saturday’s presidential election, and increased the number of judges on the bench ...
Sensex forges ahead by 518 points
Realty, power, oil and gas and IT stocks rally
Som Mittal will be Nasscom’s new chief
Hewlett-Packard’s Asia Pacific chief bets on training
Zenith Computers launches three laptops
NEW DELHI: Based on Intel Pentium Dual Core processor along with Microsoft Vista Starter Edition, Zenith Computers on Wednesday launched three new laptops priced below Rs. 30,000. Below Rs. 30,000 While ...
Ben Green to receive 2007 SASTRA Ramanujan prize
The 2007 SASTRA Ramanujan Prize will be awarded to Ben Green, who is Hershel Smith Professor of Mathematics at Cambridge University, England. This annual prize, launched in 2005, is for outstanding contributions to areas on mathematics ...
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