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First Lok Adalat of apex court settles 25 cases
Priyanka did meet Nalini, says jail official
“Meeting was well within rules”
Rising global food prices also due to India’s prosperity: Bush
Washington: United States President George W. Bush joined Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice in ascribing the spiralling global food prices to the rising prosperity of India’s huge middle class. Prosperity in countries such as ...
Airport expansion work to begin next month
Keen on women’s Bill: Manmohan
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Saturday said he was keen to bring in the Women’s Reservation Bill even in the current session of Parliament, but would have to consult the Union Cabinet about it. Dr. Singh ...
Demand for IT buildings plummets in Chennai
CHENNAI: About 40 lakh square feet of dedicated IT office space worth about Rs.1,600 crore remain unused in Chennai. Many dedicated IT parks are vacant. Worried by the recent developments, builders who have invested in these buildings ...
Sainath decries ‘corporate hijack’ of media agendas
CHENNAI: A dangerous shift in the moral universe of the Indian media towards corporate agendas has led to the failure of the media in adequately reporting events like the current crises in food, agriculture and labour, Ramon Magsaysay award ...
Manipur to arm villagers to fight militants
IMPHAL: For the first time in the insurgency-afflicted north-eastern region, people of two villages in Manipur will be issued licensed guns to protect themselves against militants. This follows a spate of killings. The Cabinet took the ...
Sarabjit’s family rejoices
I am hoping clemency will be extended, says sister Dalbir Kaur
Chargers contrive to lose again
Three-run win throws Royal Challengers Bangalore a life-line
Confident Royals take on Super Kings
Smith vs Ntini and Morkel will make for an interesting contest
Kings XI’s march continues
Irfan Pathan stars with an all-round performance
Indian vultures face extinction
HYDERABAD: Indian vultures in the wild could be extinct within a decade in the absence of measures to check the retail sale of diclofenac, the livestock drug that triggered their decline, a new study has warned. BirdLife International, ...
Robot squirrels, lizards in research
AMHERST: One grey squirrel, its bushy tail twitching, barked a warning as another scrounged for food. It was an ordinary spring day at Hampshire College, except that the rodent issuing the warning was powered by amps, not acorns. ...
CHENNAI: On May 10, sky-watchers in India, South East Asia, West Asia and Europe will see the moon snap Mars out of sight. Mars will appear to inch up to the edge of the moon, and hang on to it for a few seconds, before suddenly disappearing ...
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