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    JD(S), BJP to present MLAs before Governor
    Thakur urged to invite BJP to form government

    Gowda wants Krishna sacked
    Bangalore: The former Prime Minister and national president of the Janata Dal (Secular), H.D. Deve Gowda, has urged President Pratibha Patil to dismiss Maharashtra Governor S.M. Krishna on charges of “playing a direct role in party ...

    U.S. ‘encouraging India’ to go ahead with nuclear deal
    It will help New Delhi with its economic security and growth: Treasury Secretary

    Let the people decide: Modi
    AHMEDABAD: Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday declined to comment on the Tehelka exposè on the post-Godhra communal riots in the State in 2002. Without referring to the exposè, Mr. Modi said he ...

    Ronen Sen to appear before privileges panel today
    NEW DELHI: Ronen Sen, India’s Ambassador to the United States, will appear before the Privileges Committee of the Lok Sabha on Monday in connection with the privilege issue pending against him for his controversial “headless ...

    Janadesh rally resolves to fight for land rights
    NEW DELHI: Janadesh-2007, the march of nearly 25,000 landless tillers, labourers, Dalits and tribals, who have been deprived of their land rights, reached the Capital on Sunday with the resolve that they would not return unless the Government ...

    Merkel visit to focus on Asia policy
    She is likely to urge India to accelerate a consensus on reducing greenhouse gas emissions

    It’s a “treasure for mankind,” says Sonia
    Visits the world famous Terracotta Warriors museum in Xi’an

    When nuclear war loomed
    London: Pakistan was preparing to use nuclear missiles against India during the Kargil war, a new book has claimed, citing a conversation between U.S. President Bill Clinton and Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif eight years ago. ...

    Kissinger: test of reliability
    May affect quest for U.N. seat

    Iran hopes to finalise pipeline contract on Tuesday
    DUBAI: Iran is hoping that its discussions with Pakistani officials that are likely to be held in Tehran on Tuesday would result in the finalisation of the contract for the Iran-Pakistan-India (IPI) gas pipeline. The Iranian Oil ...

    Karthik sees India Blue through
    Niraj Patel proves to be an ideal foil

    Question mark over Ganguly’s approach
    Ahmedabad: Whether Sourav Ganguly is currently playing in the interests of the Indian team or for self is being mulled over by the National selectors. Some members of the Board of Control for Cricket in India are also aware of the ...

    Match abandoned due to rain
    CHENNAI: Non-stop rain from Saturday evening meant there was little possibility of the India-Lebanon round one World Cup football qualifier match taking place at the Nehru Stadium here on Sunday. As things stand with rains continuing to pelt ...

    Disi and Alemu pace out Kenyans
    Ram Singh finishes first among Indians

    “Ensure safe release of hostages”
    TIRUNELVELI: The families of the three offshore oil installation workers abducted in Nigeria have urged the Tamil Nadu and Central governments to take immediate steps to ensure the safe release of the hostages. The hostages — ...

    CPI(M), CPI condemn Jharkhand massacre
    NEW DELHI: The Communist Party of India(Marxist) and the Communist Party of India have condemned Saturday’s Maoist attack at Chikhadiah village in Giridih district in Jharkhand. Eighteen persons, including Anup Marandi, the son of the ...

    Ten militants killed in NWFP clashes
    Radical cleric defiant

    Iran, Turkey explore options on PKK
    DUBAI: Turkey and Iran have begun exploring options to address the crisis resulting from the recent ambush of Turkish troops by the Kurdish PKK operating from northern Iraq. Turkey’s Foreign Minister is on a visit to Iran where he ...

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