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Centre’s help sought to sort out row
S.M. Krishna, Baalu meet Manmohan
Tikait ‘surrenders’, out on bail
LUCKNOW: Bharatiya Kisan Union leader Mahendra Singh Tikait on Wednesday “surrendered” in the Bijnor court and was later released on bail. He had been charged with making a derogatory reference to Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister ...
Karnataka buses stopped; hotel in Chennai ransacked
CHENNAI: Following escalating protests in Tamil Nadu over Karnataka’s opposition to the Hogenakkal drinking water supply project, bus services were suspended on the Udhagamandalam-Mysore route on Wednesday. KSRTC buses were ...
Mayawati slams Opposition parties for backing Tikait
Justifies decision to delay taking action against BKU leader
SP: it was government that surrendered
LUCKNOW: Samajwadi Party president Mulayam Singh on Wednesday said the the BSP government had surrendered before Bharatiya Kisan Union leader Mahendra Singh Tikait, who has been charged with making a derogatory remark against ...
IIM-Ahmedabad not to roll back increase in fees
Singhania says he convinced Arjun Singh that the institute was only trying to meet its rising costs
Scarlette case to be handed over to CBI
PANAJI: The Goa government has finally decided to hand over the investigations into the death of 15-year-old British girl Scarlette Eden Keeling to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI). Apart from the sustained allegation from the ...
NRI raped in Goa, investigations on
PANAJI: The Goa police have started preliminary investigations into the alleged rape of an Non-Resident Indian woman on March 7 at a five-star-hotel in the city. Inspector General of Police Kishan Kumar confirmed on Wednesday that the ...
A venue known for high drama beckons
India will look to extend its good run at the Sardar Patel stadium
Genetic link to tobacco addiction
WASHINGTON: Scientists have pinpointed a genetic link that makes people more prone to get hooked on to tobacco, smoke more cigarettes and develop deadly lung cancer. The discovery by three separate teams of scientists makes the ...
Australia on a project to bury carbon dioxide
CANBERRA: Australia began pumping carbon dioxide underground on Wednesday using an experimental technology that aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by locking dangerous gases deep in the earth. Australia is one of only a handful of ...
Service for Edmund Hillary
Queen Elizabeth II joins New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark in ceremony
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