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Consensus choice of PPP, allies
Bangladeshis held in Bangalore
Bangalore: The Bangalore police on Saturday arrested a Bangladeshi, said to be an associate of the two suspected militants gunned down by the Mumbai police on March 11, and seized fake Indian currency notes printed abroad from him. ...
Subscribers, operators owe Rs. 4,000 crore to BSNL
NEW DELHI: The Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has to recover over Rs. 4,000 crore from its subscribers and private operators and this is having an adverse impact on its financial health, according to a report of the Comptroller and ...
Clashes in Rajasthan town: 35 injured
JAIPUR: Over 35 people were injured in clashes between two communities at Chittaurgarh, Rajasthan, on Saturday during Holi celebration. Curfew was clamped following the clashes and arson at 20 places in the town. Communal violence broke ...
China vows to ‘resolutely crush’ plot of Tibet independence forces
Dalai Lama warns of a more vigorous struggle, after his death, by the youth
CPI national meet set to start with debate on price rise
Discussions on government’s economic policies to follow
More security for Chinese embassy
NEW DELHI: A day after some Tibetan protesters forcibly entered the Chinese Embassy here, the police reviewed security arrangements in the Chanakyapuri area. “Two battalions are already stationed around the embassy. Though no ...
Ship hits jetty, stuck up
Kolkata: A Panama flag vessel — C.S. Signe — coming from Colombo, hit a jetty at Hooghly point at Nurpur, about 60 km from here on Saturday, causing considerable damage to it before getting stuck up in the mud with 20 crew-members ...
Prepared for the challenge: Smith
Concerns over Upton’s role as India’s mental conditioning coach
Anand beats Karjakin
NEW DELHI: Viswanathan Anand scored his first blindfold victory in the 17th edition of the Amber blindfold and rapid chess tournament with a 1.5-0.5 triumph over Ukraine’s Sergey Karjakin in the sixth round at Nice, France, on ...
Ferraris occupy the front row
Five place penalties for McLaren’s Hamilton and Kovalainen
Medical test for Scarlette’s boyfriend
PANAJI: The Goa police on Saturday arranged for a medical examination of Julio Lobo, 21-year-old Goan boyfriend of the British teenager Scarlette Keeling, as part of investigations in the alleged murder case. Fearing arrest in the ...
Indian workers among illegal immigrants held in U.K.
London: Some Indians are among a dozen suspected illegal immigrants employed with a food firm and arrested this week from East Midlands in the U.K. Official sources here said that the workers were employed at Walkers Snack Foods in the ...
Scarlette’s mother goes into hiding fearing for life
Panaji: Almost winding up her fight against the flourishing drug trade in the coastal State, Fiona Mackeown, mother of slain British girl Scarlette Eden Keeling, has moved to an undisclosed destination in South Goa fearing for her life, ...
‘Shall seek to maintain momentum’
Chennai: Indian Test team captain Anil Kumble dismissed talk of any division in the side on the basis of experience or age. “We don’t look at each other as a senior or a junior. It is one unit. We did well in Australia and ...
Sledging issue: ICC asks captains to lead by example
Bastar tribals facing “subversion of justice”
NEW DELHI: Environmental groups and individuals have appealed to Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Raman Singh to suspend implementation of the Scheduled Tribes and Other Forest Dwellers (Recognition of Forest Rights) Act, 2006 in the areas where ...
Rs. 100 crore allocated for flood relief works in 13 districts
The extent of damage is being assessed by District Collectors
WiMAX wind blowing the lay user’s way
Players eyeing unlicensed spectrum to unleash broadband WiMAX for consumers
Affordable digital TV? It’s all boxed in!
Eye-controlled robot to make surgery safer
London: British researchers are developing a medical robot that can work out the intentions of a surgeon performing surgery, making it easier and more precise. They hope the new software will lead to less invasive operations, for example ...
Princeton Professor delivers Ramanujan Colloquium
Versatile mathematician connects variety of topics and provides global picture
Delhiites doubly well off than average Indian
Economic Survey forDelhi 2007-08 presents a ‘wealthy’ picture of the Capital
From Chennai to Adelaide
CHENNAI: He speaks of innovative methods to generate and conserve energy with great conviction. Climate change worries him immensely. “I want to make India the best, and I’ll go to any extent to achieve that,” he says. He is ...
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