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Rahul opted out: Sonia
NEW DELHI: Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Sunday admitted that she would have liked to have her son Rahul Gandhi enter the Union Council of Ministers. Interacting informally with journalists after the swearing-in ceremony of seven ...
Centre to set up strategic grain reserve
Over and above buffer stock
Sri Lanka Minister killed in suicide blast
Colombo: A powerful Sri Lankan Minister was on Sunday assassinated by suspected LTTE rebels in a suicide attack on a marathon opening that also killed a former Olympian and 12 others while injuring nearly 100, in a bloody start to the ...
Left-UNPA to mount joint stir against rising prices
Government’s understanding of the cause “erroneous”
Whatever can be done will be done: PM
NEW DELHI: Though he refused to commit himself to a time-frame for the prices to decline, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Sunday was hopeful of the situation easing in a couple of weeks. In an informal interaction with the media at the ...
40 injured in Rajasthan violence
JAIPUR: About 40 persons, including 22 policemen, were injured when police used force to disperse a big crowd that laid siege to a police station at Churu in northern Rajasthan on Sunday and hurled stones with the demand to release two youths ...
Rajnath: we will cancel schemes aimed at appeasing a community
Rajnikanth denies insulting Kannadigas
Bangalore: Under fire from pro-Kannada outfits and political party leaders for his reported remarks about the protests in Karnataka against the Hogenakkal water project, actor Rajnikant on Sunday rejected the allegation that he insulted ...
Bush, Putin fail to bridge differences
They remain far apart on missile shield in Europe and NATO
Ishant Sharma in; R.P. Singh dropped
Ahmedabad: The clamour against India’s batting at Ahmedabad has drowned the reproach at the bowling, but the selectors have appropriately made the change by dropping R.P. Singh for the third Test at Kanpur. Ishant Sharma has been ...
Sarwan keeps Windies in the hunt
PORT OF SPAIN: Vice-captain Ramnaresh Sarwan steadied West Indies after it lost three quick wickets on the fourth day of the second Test against Sri Lanka on Sunday. At lunch, West Indies, chasing 253 and seeking to square the series, ...
Ponsana Boonsak outplays Chetan Anand to clinch the title
Mi Zhou proves too good for Lu Lan
Serena Williams has the last laugh
Bhupathi and Knowles lose to Mike and Bob Bryan in the final
Fitness concerns for India
Chennai: India captain Anil Kumble will have to pass a fitness test for a strained groin ahead of the third and final Test against South Africa in Kanpur. Trailing 1-0, India faces a must-win situation in the match beginning on April ...
State has highest student enrolment rate
The only State where everything is given to children free of cost: Minister
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