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Chidambaram clarifies on funding for scheme
Air travel not elitist any more: Sonia
HYDERABAD: United Progressive Alliance chairperson Sonia Gandhi formally declared open the futuristic Rajiv Gandhi International Airport at Shamshabad near here on Friday. It promises to take the country’s airport infrastructure to a new ...
Al Gore, Manmohan discuss climate change
NEW DELHI: The former United States Vice-President and Nobel Peace Prize winner Al Gore on Friday called on Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. The two leaders are reported to have discussed climate change and sustainable development. Mr. ...
Warrant against Gere stayed
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday stayed the execution of the arrest warrant issued by a court in Rajasthan against Richard Gere, AIDS campaigner and head of the Gere Foundation in connection with the ‘April 15, 2007 kissing ...
Jayant Patel’s bail plea deferred till March 18
Washington/Melbourne: A U.S. court on Friday put off till March 18 the bail hearing of India-born surgeon Jayant Patel, facing charges of manslaughter and negligence for the death of 17 patients in Australia, after a request from his lawyer. ...
If the government falls, it won’t be because of us: Prakash Karat
Asserts that the Left parties give support on the basis of policy framework
New price adjustment mechanism announced
It will help absorb undue increase in cost of materials used in government projects
Reference to Nandigram violence in U.S. report evokes condemnation
It should be ignored with the contempt it deserves: Somnath
Advani pillories Nehru-Gandhi family
“In the Congress, for leadership there is reservation for a particular dynasty”
Shops torched in Lhasa
LHASA (TIBET): Lhasa, capital of Tibet Autonomous Region of China, witnessed violence on Friday with protesters setting many shops on fire. Witnesses said a number of shops along two main streets in the city and around the Jokhang ...
Stay on ‘Jodhaa Akbar’ ban extended
Right to speech, expression being trampled upon: producer
Inflation rate soars to nine-month high
Costlier imported food commodities contribute to the rise, says Chidambaram
Mystery shrouds death of eight-year-old boy
NEW DELHI: Discovery of an eight-year-old boy’s charred body in a field under highly mysterious circumstances has sent shock waves across Alipur village on the outskirts of Delhi. Tension gripped the area following the recovery of ...
IOA defends Indian Hockey Federation
The ‘$100’ laptop tussle
Lawsuits over keyboard press on against One Laptop Per Child group
Britons hit by ‘sin taxes’
LONDON: Britons are up in arms about the imposition of “sin taxes” that will increase the cost of alcohol, cigarettes, gas-guzzling cars and, potentially, plastic bags. — ...
China tops world league of Internet users
BEIJING: China has more Internet users than any other country in the world, according to researchers at the Beijing-based analysts BDA. The research group said China had leapfrogged the U.S. to become home to the world’s largest ...
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