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Chennai: In his 8000-word written decision, Justice John Hansen, the ICC-appointed Appeals Commissioner, said he was not convinced that the Indian spinner called Andrew Symonds a “monkey” during the Sydney Test. Hence his decision ...
17,060 farm suicides in one year
Uptrends in major States unchanged
Mahatma’s ashes immersed in Arabian Sea
MUMBAI: Mahatma Gandhi’s great granddaughter Nilamben Parikh immersed his ashes in the Chowpatty bay off Mumbai on Wednesday, the 60th death anniversary of Gandhiji. The police band sounded the Last Post. All these years, ...
Hansen bases verdict on possible misunderstanding
Differences of language, culture and accent taken into account
Putting a price on justice: Roebuck
Melbourne: Terming the Indian cricket board’s threat to pull out of the tri-series in Australia if it does not get a favourable verdict in Harbhajan Singh racism row as a “most nakedly aggressive action,” columnist Peter ...
Impressive India clinches series
Diwakar and Samir Baxla live up to expectations
Arsenal scores a facile win
Sunderland in safety zone
McCain emerges Republican front-runner
Giuliani, Edwards to drop out of race; Hillary scores symbolic win in Florida
Foreign direct investment norms further relaxed
New areas such as commodity exchanges and aircraft maintenance inlcuded
FIR: “Ram … Ram” were Mahatma’s last words
NEW DELHI: What exactly were the last words of the Father of the Nation when he fell to the assassin’s bullets at Birla House here 60 years ago? According to an FIR registered at the Tuglaq Road Police Station shortly after the ...
The guru goes silent
Maharishi relinquishes day-to-day control of his movement
Heritage on wheels
Three Indian trains among ‘World’s Top 25 Trains’
Telgi gets 10 years RI
Pre-matric scholarships for minorities
NEW DELHI: With the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) on Wednesday clearing a Centrally Sponsored Scheme of pre-matric scholarships for students belonging to the minority communities, the three scholarships promised by the ...
Water testing kits for schools soon
MADURAI: All the 8,600-odd government middle, higher and higher secondary schools in the State are set to receive ‘water testing kits’ to empower students to determine the drinking water quality. The Tamil Nadu Water and ...
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