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Over price rise, creamy layer
More suicides in Vidarbha region
282 farmers have taken their own lives since January
Musharraf for ‘bilateral approach’ to Kashmir
Beijing: President Pervez Musharraf on Monday said Pakistan was taking a “bilateral approach” to amicably resolve the Kashmir issue for the economic benefit of the people and hoped “good sense” will prevail on both ...
Russian tourist found dead in Goa
PANAJI: A 30-year-old Russian tourist, Kabanov Vladimir, was found dead at a guest house at Vagator, on the north Goa coast, on Sunday afternoon. Police sources said the Russian arrived in India this month and checked in at the guest ...
Maoists win 110 seats
KATHMANDU: The Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) is closing in a majority in the first-past-the-post system. Of the 200 seats for which results have been declared, the Maoists won 110, the Nepali Congress bagged 32, the Communist ...
Low turnout in Italian poll
Media highlight voter apathy
“Price spiral may lead to global unrest”
I will quit: Dalai Lama
SILICON VALLEY (CALIFORNIA): The Dalai Lama has ruled out any more “concessions” to China on Tibet and threatened to resign as leader of Tibet’s exiled government if violence in Tibet went “out of ...
Left MPs plan march
Into Parliament, in protest against inflation and price rise
Train services to Dhaka resumed after 43 years
New chapter opens in India-Bangladesh relations
Probably a fair result
The decision to prepare such a poor wicket could have easily backfired, writesJacques Kallis
Streamline FTP, says Vengsarkar
Expresses happiness at performances of Ganguly, Harbhajan and Ishant
An exciting phase: King
Chennai: Gregory Allen King believes the amount of international cricket being played these days was detrimental to the cricketers’ fitness. The former India fitness trainer, now in a similar role with Chennai Super Kings, told The ...
Subsidy crisis hits blindness control programme in State
The arrears runs into several crores of rupees
First part of Chennai Circular Corridor set to take off
Tamil Nadu Urban Infrastructure Financial Services Limited to take up Adyar River Front Project
India, Brazil to sign extradition treaty
Sao Paulo: India and Brazil will sign at least four agreements during the ongoing visit of President Pratibha Patil. These will include pacts on Extradition Treaty, Oil and Natural Gas, Civil Defence and Humanitarian Assistance and ...
State borders to be sealed a day before elections: Srinivasan
Excise checkposts are to be strengthened, Central forces to be deployed
Legal tussle over giving out data on bio-safety tests of transgenic crops
MUMBAI: While the Supreme Court last Tuesday ordered that bio-safety tests on transgenic crops should be made public, there is a petition pending in the Delhi High Court, which has issued a stay on giving out data on bio-safety tests of ...
No microscopic scrutiny of self-defence: court
Survival struggle of the bald ibis
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