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‘Efforts on for consensus on nuclear deal’
PM, Merkel flag off ‘Science Express’
Thakur consults experts
BANGALORE: Karnataka Governor Rameshwar Thakur on Tuesday held discussions with constitutional experts in the wake of the political imbroglio in the State. He is expected to send his report to President Pratibha Patil and Prime Minister ...
Violence mars Thevar centenary celebrations
PASUMPON: Amidst unprecedented security arrangements, the centenary celebrations of Muthuramalinga Thevar were held at Pasumpon in Ramanathapuram district on Tuesday. Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi and All-India Anna Dravida Munnetra ...
Life term for 8 in Eral rape and murder case
AHMEDABAD: A Godhra court on Tuesday sentenced eight persons to life term and three others to three-year rigorous imprisonment for the murder of seven Muslims at Eral village during the 2002 communal riots in Gujarat. The two women among the ...
British Army chief for push to military ties
NEW DELHI: British Army chief General Richard Dannatt, here on a six-day visit, on Tuesday met Defence Secretary Vijay Singh, Chief of the Army Staff General Deepak Kapoor, Navy Vice-Chief Vice Admiral Nirmal Verma and Air Force Vice-Chief Air ...
Failure of nuclear deal will hit capacity expansion: Kakodkar
“Opening new uranium mines a time-consuming activity”
Our destinies are linked: Kissinger
Calls for revision of United Nations Security Council to include new members
Demand for SIT probe
NEW DELHI: Eminent citizens, lawyers, academicians, journalists and social activists have called upon the Central government and the Supreme Court to constitute a special investigation team (SIT) to probe the alleged involvement of Gujarat ...
Let consumers share burden: IOC
“Rising crude prices and under-recoveries cause for concern”
Shivraj Patil calls for pro-active approach to policing
HYDERABAD: Union Home Minister Shivraj Patil on Tuesday called upon IPS probationers to change the public perception that police were reactive instead of pro-active. Police stations, which formed the backbone of policing, deserved greater ...
India, Germany to double bilateral trade
NEW DELHI: India and Germany on Tuesday signed a joint statement on furthering their strategic partnership through new initiatives in trade and investment, energy, science and technology, education and culture and defence. Having achieved the ...
Qatar assures priority Liquefied Natural Gas supply to India
NEW DELHI: Qatar has said it will consider offering a major chunk of the Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) on a priority basis to India after its expanded capacity of 77 Million Metric Tonnes (MMT) becomes operational by 2010. India will be ...
Rare honour for cricket, hockey stars
President and Prime Minister felicitate the heroes
WC qualifier: India eliminated despite good show
Lebanon, with an aggregate of 6-3, progresses to the next round
I feel really bad for Dravid, says G.R. Viswanath
BANGALORE: It’s back to the arena from where Rahul Dravid made his impact first on the selectors of the Indian team. Shunned (for the first two ODIs against Pakistan) by the present selection committee, the outgoing former Indian skipper ...
‘Dropping Dravid is ridiculous’
KOLKATA: Former India player, Ajay Jadeja, on Tuesday questioned the selection procedure adopted to pick the Indian team to play Pakistan in the first two one-dayers of the five-match series. Speaking to reporters here, he slammed the ...
He lets his deeds talk for him
NEW DELHI: He has remained in the background, for many reasons, but Robin Singh’s work reflects in the improved performance of the team, not just in the area of fielding but in its overall attitude towards the game and the opposition. ...
INDIA & WORLD
BSF-BDR consensus on exchanging terror information
DHAKA: India and Bangladesh have reached a consensus on exchanging terror information and handing over criminals hiding in each other’s territory as the five-day directors-general level talks between the two neighbours ended. In ...
Saudi King’s visit starts on a sour note
Human rights, arms trade protesters line up the route, raise slogans
Let Sharif return, court orders government
Ex-Premier’s deportation violated court ruling
Give up violence, LTTE urged
RBI hikes CRR by 50 basis points
To suck out Rs. 16,000 cr. from the system
Tata Realty forms JV with Jafza
To invest up to Rs. 10,000 crore in logistics parks
Growth will beat RBI projection, says FM
Large capital flow worries Chidambaram
Some ‘cool’ tools for mobiles
Bangkok: You are far from India — maybe on another continent. But when homesickness strikes, you can cure it — by switching on your mobile phone and synchronising it to receive the favourite Hindi serial or a music programme that ...
When dolls tell the tales of everyday life
Creations by a Belgian artist now based in Bangalore
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