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Bombs go off in Lucknow, Faizabad, Varanasi court complexes; terrorist reprisal against lawyers
Taslima Nasreen shifted to Delhi
West Bengal was reluctant to take her back, says Rajasthan government
Kampala (Uganda): India on Friday joined other Commonwealth countries in endorsing the decision to suspend Pakistan from the association, “pending the restoration of democracy and the rule of law” in that country. The ...
Laxman and Dhoni prop up the Indian innings
Misbah-ul-Haq falls short of a century; Shoaib Akhtar and Sohail Tanvir jolt Indian top order
‘Lefties’ — all charm
NEW DELHI: ‘Lefties’ add a certain charm to cricket. Whether batsmen or bowlers, the flourish with which they perform adds a tremendous aesthetic to their vocation. The elegance with which they execute the task is ...
Beckham sets sights on 2010 World Cup
He has no plans to quit
India needs to be wary, not worried
Indians must bring their best game or the Australians will trample all over them, writes Peter Roebuck
Mary Ann Gomes beats Maria Ignacz, maintains her one-point-lead
Antalya: The Kolkata girl Mary Ann Gomes maintained her one point lead at the end of the sixth round of the Under-18 girls section in the World Youth chess championship now half way through at Antalya in Turkey. Mary is followed by ...
“Government committed to developing Ariyalur district”
ARIYALUR: The newly-created Ariyalur district will be provided all infrastructure facilities needed for its socio-economic and industrial development, State Minister for Local Administration and Rural Development M. K. Stalin announced on ...
Don’t compare Godhra to Nandigram: Yechury
SHIMLA: A grand alliance of forces, ranging from the Trinamool Congress to the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh and from foreign-funded non-governmental organisations to the corporate media, had joined hands against the Communist Party of India ...
Fear, despair in Nandigram relief camp
Nandigram: The 1,400 people who have taken refuge at the Brajamohan Tiwary High School at Nandigram in West Bengal’s Purbo Medinipur district have left behind all that they had — except their fear and despair. “What ...
BSNL calls to U.S. is Rs.1.75 a minute
Through calling card ‘CallNow’
Two-year RI for Ansal brothers
NEW DELHI: A sessions court here on Friday sentenced cinema owners Sushil Ansal and Gopal Ansal to two-year rigorous imprisonment, the maximum term for causing death due to negligence, in the 1997 Uphaar fire tragedy case. While three ...
Egmore station getting a facelift
CHENNAI: As the Egmore railway station prepares to celebrate its centenary year, its buildings are rapidly getting a facelift. Old service buildings to the north of the station are being demolished and the authorities are planning new ...
U.P. terror cells remain elusive
Court complex attacks demonstrate resilience of State’s Islamist networks
Not involved in Taslima issue: official
KOLKATA: The West Bengal government was not involved in Taslima Nasreen’s leaving Kolkata on Thursday, according to Home Secretary Prasad Ranjan Ray. “She is a free person. She can go, she can come,” he said here on ...
Shortage of pilots, air-traffic controllers turns focus on safety
Aviation industry continuing its growth at breakneck speed
Concept of ‘liberated zones’ should not be tolerated, says Shivraj Patil
“It may not be written on their shirts, but the Maoists were there in Nandigram”
‘Hot needle therapy’ for the newborn
Krishnagiri: The first cry of a newborn that one may hear from the hutment of a tribal family here need not always be a signal that everything is hunky-dory. It could well be a death cry. For, a section of the tribal people still ...
Computing for the kids
CAMBRIDGE (Massachusetts): The project that hopes to supply schoolchildren in the developing world with sub-$200 (about Rs. 8,000) computers has extended the promotion in which a customer buying the machine in the U.S. or Canada automatically ...
Probe to focus on Harkat
Lucknow and New Delhi: Local television stations said they had received an e-mail from a terrorist group unknown till now, Indian Mujahideen, claiming responsibility for Friday’s bomb attacks in three court complexes in Uttar Pradesh. ...
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