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U.K. supports Indo-U.S. civil nuclear agreement also
PSLV puts Israeli satellite into orbit
Tecsar can take pictures of earth round the year
Sensex sheds 1408 points
MUMBAI: The contagion effect of U.S. bad loans dealt a big blow to Indian retail investors on Monday as the domestic benchmark stock index, the BSE 30-share Sensex, lost 1408.35 points or 7.41 per cent to close at 17605.35. This was the ...
State plans electricity transmission corporation
I stand vindicated: Bilkis Bano
NEW DELHI: Bilkis Bano, who was gang-raped and was witness to the killing of 14 members of her family during the Gujarat riots in 2002, fears for her life even after 11 of the accused were sentenced to life and one to three years of rigorous ...
Pact with France only after NSG clearance
Civilian nuclear agreement negotiated but not to be signed during Sarkozy’s visit
Fuel price hike on hold for now
NEW DELHI: The proposed hike in prices of petroleum products is understood to have been put on hold for a few days as there is no certainty of the Group of Ministers (GoM), headed by External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee, meeting to take ...
Supreme Court clears Haj subsidy for this year
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday cleared subsidy payment for the Haj and provision of a grant to Mansarovar pilgrims by the Centre for this year. A Bench comprising Chief Justice K.G. Balakrishnan and Justices R.V. Raveendran and ...
Indians have excelled on the field
The commitment shown, especially by seniors, has gladdened Robin Singh
Federer cruises into the last eight
Djokovic defeats Hewitt; Bhupathi & Knowles pair in quarterfinals
20 lakh birds to be culled in a week
Number of culling teams is being raised to around 400
Amjad Ali Khan defends Husain
Denounces the “culture of intolerance” which has become a global phenomenon
High Court notice on move to close British Library
Kochi: The emotive issue of the prospective closure of the British Library in Thiruvananthapuram has reached the Kerala High Court, with a petitioner pleading against the loss of the “cultural landmark.” Justice Antony ...
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