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    Plan to rope in overseas Indians
    Mechanism to canalise their donations for development projects

    ICC replaces Bucknor, way cleared for Perth Test
    Sharad Pawar is pleased that Harbhajan could now play in third Test

    Sri Lanka Minister dies in blast
    COLOMBO: Sri Lanka Minister for Nation Building D.M. Dassanayake and his security officer were killed on Tuesday after a roadside bomb was set off by suspected Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) cadres. The blast occurred at 10.35 ...

    CPI(M) for third front without Congress, BJP
    MADURAI: The Left parties, along with democratic forces, should form a third front as an alternative to the Congress and “communal” Bharatiya Janata Party, Communist Party of India (Marxist) general secretary Prakash Karat said ...

    Wrongs and rights in India-Australia cricket
    The ICC is an antiquated arrangement lurching from one crisis to another. The BCCI should accept nothing less than “not proven” at best and a total reversal of the conviction and punishment of their player.

    India poised to become education hub, says Sibal

    BJP in election mode

    Another blast in the heart of Colombo
    Dassanayake killing shows LTTE’s disregard for human values: Rajapaksa

    Home Ministry reviews “Coastal Security Scheme”
    NEW DELHI: With the country’s 7,516-km long coastline along nine States and four Union Territories being prone to illegal cross-border activities, including smuggling of explosives and infiltration by terrorists, the Union Home Ministry ...

    “Concerns over nuclear proliferation misplaced”
    Bangalore: Nuclear proliferation is not an issue as far as India goes and concerns in this regard are misplaced, said R. Chidambaram, Principal Scientific Adviser, Government of India, here on Tuesday. Speaking on ‘Nuclear energy ...

    It’s status quo, says Samy Vellu
    NEW DELHI: Malaysian Minister of Works Dato Seri S. Samy Vellu on Tuesday denied an agency report from Kuala Lumpur that his government had suspended the recruitment of workers from India and Bangladesh with retrospective effect from December ...

    “No Malaysian move against Indian workers”
    KUALA LUMPUR: Top Malaysian leaders, including Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, have not conveyed to Defence Minister A. K. Antony, who concluded a three-day visit here on Tuesday, any message about an actual or imminent freeze on the ...

    Bucknor replaced; Harbhajan can play
    ICC denies BCCI protest influenced decision; Indians relax at Bondi Beach

    Hussey comes to his skipper’s defence
    Sydney: Amidst escalating race and sportsmanship row with India, Australian batting star Michael Hussey has defended skipper Ricky Ponting against calls for his scalp, saying he had the support of his entire team. Hussey also said the ...

    Majority wants Ponting out
    Melbourne: Almost 60 per cent of respondents in an online poll have favoured sacking Australian skipper Ricky Ponting for his role in the racial abuse controversy during the second Test against India in Sydney. Out of 54,435 votes that ...

    Abdullah, Antony see momentum in defence ties as positive development
    KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi hailed his country’s emerging equation with India as “a strategic partnership,” when Defence Minister A.K. Antony called on him at Putrajaya, near here, on ...

    Militants tonsure 3 women for selling tobacco
    IMPHAL: Three women who were running betel nut and cigarette kiosks were rounded up by militants on Sunday night at Irengban in Imphal West district. They were released after being tonsured and produced before presspersons. They were ...

    Hurriyat welcomes Shabir Shah’s unity formula
    “Solution to Kashmir must be found outside Constitutions of India, Pakistan”

    ‘Socialist’ tag in statute challenged
    Petition against 42nd Amendment

    Maharashtra Chief Minister agrees to remove export duty on ethanol
    This will facilitate the supply of excess ethanol to other States

    “Make India permanent U.N. member”
    Sarkozy recruits Amartya Sen, Stiglitz to redefine growth

    Someone fired at Benazir: Dy.SP
    Scotland Yard team calls on Pervez Musharraf

    Israel alleges attacks ahead of Bush visit
    Dubai: As United States President George Bush prepares to embark on an extended visit of West Asia from Wednesday, Israel is stating that it has been subjected to fresh rocket attacks. Israeli authorities said that two Katyusha rockets, ...

    Rate cut in personal, corporate tax sought
    Industry representatives meet Chidambaram

    USFDA to work with drug firms
    U.S. Health Secretary, FDA Commissioner visit Dr. Reddy’s Lab

    Bajaj unveils concept car
    Showcases new premium scooter ‘Blade’

    Study points to 500 BC Kerala maritime activity
    Radiocarbon dating from Pattanam aids understanding of Iron Age chronology

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