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Corruption charges against Zardari dropped
Parliament stalled on farmers’ issue
NEW DELHI: Practically no business could be transacted in Parliament on Wednesday as members of the Opposition entered the well in both Houses protesting the plight of farmers across the country. In the Lok Sabha, members of the ...
Hayden let off with reprimand
Chennai: Australian opening batsman Matthew Hayden was issued a reprimand by Cricket Australia in Melbourne on Wednesday for calling Indian spinner Harbhajan Singh an “obnoxious little weed” in a radio interview. Hayden was charged ...
Sagarika will spark arms race: Pakistan
ISLAMABAD: India’s underwater test-firing of a new missile would spark an arms race in the region, but Pakistan would endeavour to ensure that it did not have any adverse impact on the region, Navy chief Admiral Muhammad Afzal Tahir said ...
“Willing to go the extra mile to solve Naga problem”
Niephiu Rio government has completely failed the people in the last five years, says Manmohan Singh
Microsoft fined a record $1.35 billion
For using high prices to discharge competition
Tender deadline for fighters extended
NEW DELHI: The government on Wednesday extended by eight weeks the deadline for opening bids for the multibillion-dollar tender for purchasing 126 fighter aircraft. No reason was given for the decision, though the Indian Air Force is ...
Koirala authorised to sign deal with Madhesis
KATHMANDU: Nepal’s Seven Party Alliance on Wednesday authorised Prime Minister Girija Prasad Koirala to strike a deal with the agitating ethnic Indian Madeshi groups to end the strike in Terai. During a meeting at Mr. ...
A slap on the wrist for Hayden
Team completely focussed says manager Bimal Soni
India Colts squeak home into the final
Survive a middle-order collapse to win a close match
Humanity moving to cities, towns
Half of them will live in urban areas by end of 2008:U.N.
Sulochana Pattabhiraman passes away
CHENNAI: Sulochana Pattabhiraman, Carnatic musician and eminent musicologist, passed away here on Wednesday morning after a brief illness. She was 76. Known for her scholarship and encyclopaedic knowledge, Mrs. Pattabhiraman was a ...
Industries may be asked to reschedule weekly offs
CHENNAI: Insisting that there is no need for enforcing power cuts in Tamil Nadu, Electricity Minister Arcot N. Veeraswami on Wednesday said he was planning to ask industries to reschedule their weekly offs as part of efforts to manage power ...
Prolific Tamil writer Sujatha passes away
His lucid prose drew thousands of youths to literature
Many elevators in city without licence
CHENNAI: The Electrical Inspectorate has warned that operating elevators without licence, including those at residential buildings, would attract severe action such as disconnection of power supply. A senior Electrical Inspectorate ...
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