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FBI: LTTE has inspired networks worldwide
COLOMBO: The Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) is one of the “most dangerous and deadly extremist outfits in the world” and the world should be concerned about the Tigers as they had “inspired” networks worldwide, ...
Greece offers investment opportunities: Karamanlis
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister of Greece Kostas Karamanlis on Friday said that liberal tax reforms, a new investment law, a law on public-private partnerships, liberalisation of the energy market, reduction in corporate tax rates and ...
Looking to the future
The China visit will offer Prime Minister Manmohan Singh a unique opportunity to interact with the next generation leadership of the Chinese Communist Party.
Ties with China comfortable: Menon
‘Both sides have the political will to settle the border question’
Pact with IAEA likely by month-end
Discussions on India-specific safeguards agreement proceeding smoothly, says Menon
Rajnath attacks Sonia
YAVATMAL (Maharashtra): Bharatiya Janata Party president Rajnath Singh on Friday took a dig at Congress leader Sonia Gandhi and demanded to know what she thought of a State, where farmers committed suicide “every eight to ten hours or ...
Subbarami Reddy seeks Canadian technology for gold mining
NEW DELHI: Minister of State for Mines T. Subbarami Reddy had a meeting with a Canadian delegation on Friday. At the request of Dr. Reddy, the delegation, headed by Sandra Pupatello, Minister of Economic Development and Trade, agreed to ...
U.P. Congress members seek separate Bundelkhand State
NEW DELHI: On the eve of Congress general secretary Rahul Gandhi’s rally in Uttar Pradesh, Congress leaders from the State on Friday met Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to demand a separate Bundelkhand State. They also sought a ...
Tata: it was my happiest day
Dedicates ‘Nano’ to rural India
John Rogers comes up with a fine knock
Ishant scalps three; VRV Singh and Pankaj fail to impress
Haneef’s lawyer concerned over ‘secret inquiry’
Bangalore: Peter Russo, counsel for Bangalore medico Mohammed Haneef, who was wrongly implicated in the Glasgow terror attack, has expressed concern over reports that the Australian Federal Police (AFP) set up a “secret inquiry” ...
Shots at Benazir fired from a .30 gun: report
Possibility of a second gunman
Diana killed for anti-mine campaign?
LONDON: Princess Diana feared that she might be “bumped off” by British intelligence agencies because of her campaign against landmines, a friend of the late princess has told the inquest into her death. Simone Simmons, a ...
Sarkozy’s wife loses book case
Paris: French President Nicolas Sarkozy’s former wife, Cecilia, on Friday lost a court case that tried to stop the publication of one of three books written by journalists in which she is quoted as describing the President as “a ...
INDIA & WORLD
Malaysian Indian leader shot dead
SINGAPORE: A prominent Malaysian Indian politician was shot dead at Johor Baharu on Friday. S. Krishnasamy (61) was a member of the national-level Central Committee of the Malaysian Indian Congress (MIC) and a provincial legislator. ...
Infosys Q3 net up 17 p.c. at Rs. 4,271 crore
Revises downward revenue guidance to Rs. 16,650 crore for full year
Apex court allows Reliance Power to go ahead with public offering
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Friday permitted Reliance Power to go ahead with its launch of the Rs. 10,000- crore Initial Public Offering (IPO) as scheduled on January 15, notwithstanding any order passed by any other court in the ...
Taj Hotels signs pact with Saraya Islands
IHCL to operate Taj Exotica Resort & Spa
Apex court prohibits jallikattu
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday refused to allow jallikattu (bull fight) festival in Alanganallur and other places in Tamil Nadu during Pongal. A three-Judge Bench comprising Chief Justice K.G. Balakrishnan, Justice R.V. ...
Gloom in Nepal and India over Everest hero’s death
Here he is best remembered for his efforts to give something back to the impoverished villages nestled in the mountains
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