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Eager to begin groundwork: Kouchner
Court restores Haneef’s visa
Australia’s Immigration Minister says he can return and take up employment
Suicide bomber kills 50 in Pakistan
ISLAMABAD: The Id-ul-Adha prayers at a mosque near Peshawar in the North West Frontier Province on Friday morning turned into a bloodbath when a suicide bomber blew himself up in the midst of worshippers, killing at least 50 persons and ...
Show-cause to Keshubhai, Kashiram Rana
NEW DELHI: The BJP on Friday took the first step of disciplinary action, which could lead to expulsion, against four senior Gujarat leaders — the former Chief Minister, Keshubhai Patel, and MPs Kashiram Rana (Surat), Vallabhai Kathiria ...
Day’s play abandoned due to rain
Allan Wise takes the only Indian wicket to fall on Friday
Weather has not been kind
In an ideal situation, we should have had two lead-up games, writes Anil Kumble
Anand inspires mind champions
NEW DELHI: He may have won the World Championship twice, but chess genius Viswanathan Anand has got used to being greeted as the Grand Master even today. Yet, in the period between his two world titles in 2000 and this year, Anand has ...
MUMBAI: P. Karthikeyan raced away with the gold medal and much more in the Asian junior chess championship at the Goregaon Sports Club here on Friday. In the 10th and concluding round, Karthikeyan beat one-time leader Vishnu Prasanna to ...
India is stronger this time
India has no reason to be afraid, writes Peter Roebuck
State to get Central University, IIM
Corporation seeks to make helpline toll-free
Struggle must go on: Hindraf
SINGAPORE: Hindu Rights Action Force (Hindraf) leader P. Uthayakumar, now in detention without trial under Malaysia’s tough Internal Security Act (ISA), has told his followers that “the struggle [for the ‘equal rights’ ...
Nine-day Akash missile campaign ends
HYDERABAD: A nine-day campaign, involving the surface-to-air Akash missile, radars, mobile launchers and support systems, concluded on Friday at the Integrated Test Range (ITR) at Chandipur-on-sea, near Balasore, Orissa, with the firing of a ...
Tata on top but Ford wants other suitors around
LONDON: Not wanting to alienate other suitors including Mahindras, Ford may wait till the New Year to announce the winner for its Jaguar and Land Rover brands, although Indian conglomerate Tatas have emerged as the top choice, media reports ...
Firemen rescue man on Howrah Bridge twice
KOLKATA: Fire personnel had to visit the Howrah Bridge twice to bring down a man who had clambered up its beams on Friday afternoon. The person, stated to be of unsound mind, went up the bridge and perched himself there. Firemen used ...
Judicial probe into bungling in Haneef case
Melbourne: Bangalore medico Mohamed Haneef is pleased to have been exonerated by the Federal Court of Australia of terror charges in connection with the failed U.K. car bombings, but is yet to decide whether to return to this country, his ...
High command action against rebels confirms Modi’s clout
Move against Keshubhai could lead to vertical split in Gujarat; “anti-party” activities cited
Do not cross Lakshman rekhas: Somnath
“Judicial activism is a choice of the judiciary, a choice that is not permissible”
Hike in fuel prices in January
COIMBATORE: Secretary, Union Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas, M.S. Srinivasan said here on Friday that a moderate hike in prices of petroleum products during the first week of January was inevitable. Talking to mediapersons, Mr. ...
Joint military exercise with China begins
Kunming (China): Troops of India and China on Friday began their first-ever joint military exercise, with focus on anti-terrorism drill, in southwest China, taking the ties between the world’s two largest armies to a new high. ...
Breakthrough in missile technology
DRDO scientists develop composite rocket motor casings
Halim: Taslima can’t hurt others’ sentiments
KOLKATA: No person in a cosmopolitan society has the right to hurt the sentiments of a certain section in the name of intellectual freedom, West Bengal Assembly Speaker Hashim Abdul Halim said here on Friday, regarding the controversy ...
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