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Very few countries have done it: ISRO chief
States must play their part: Sonia
MALDA: “It is easy to criticise the Centre, but it is imperative that the State governments fulfil their responsibilities,” Congress president Sonia Gandhi said on Monday. She was addressing a rally at Sujapur near here as ...
Harbhajan banned from ongoing IPL
Also fined 100 per cent match fee; coach Rajput also fined 50 per cent of match fee
All eyes on Sachin Tendulkar
KOLKATA: On the eve of the clash between Mumbai Indians and Kolkata Knight Riders in the DLF-Indian Premier League, the biggest question being asked here is whether Sachin Tendulkar will play his first match in this Twenty20 tournament or ...
Dhoni inspires Super Kings to victory
Royal Challengers Bangalore falls short in front of home crowd
IOA suspends Hockey Federation
NEW DELHI: The Indian Olympic Association (IOA) on Monday suspended the Indian Hockey Federation (IHF) for activities that brought “discredit” to the nation and decided to form an ad hoc committee to run the affairs of the ...
INTERVIEW WITH PRACHANDA
“The people’s mandate is for all parties to work together”
Disruption, walkouts again by NDA in Parliament over Baalu issue
Prem Bhatia Award for Nirupama Subramanian
NEW DELHI: Nirupama Subramanian, The Hindu ’s correspondent in Pakistan, has been awarded the Prem Bhatia Award for the best political reporting for 2008. And, the award for best reporting on environment has gone to ...
Brajesh Mishra-BJP differences on nuclear deal out in the open
NEW DELHI: The simmering differences between the former National Security Adviser, Brajesh Mishra, and the BJP’s prime ministerial candidate, L.K. Advani, all through the six years that Atal Bihari Vajpayee was Prime Minister, are now ...
Airtel slashes STD, roaming tariffs
New tariffs take effect from April 30 and will be available for both pre- and post-paid users
Thackeray targets cheerleaders
Mumbai/Kolkata: The U.S.-style cheerleaders at IPL matches got no respite from criticism on Monday with Shiv Sena chief Bal Thackeray saying the cricket field has been turned into a dance bar to “seduce” the crowd while the ...
Tata group to examine investing more in State
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