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Peaceful exercise in 89 constituencies
Manmohan: hope nation will heed Kalam’s counsel on nuclear deal
About Arjun Singh, the Prime Minister says he is a great leader of the party
NAC-Tech to gauge employability
Badrinath, Dhoni set up Chennai’s win
Kings XI innings ends spectacularly with a hat-trick by L. Balaji
Chargers needs something special
Knight Riders would be keen to do well again
Manchester United chases 10th Premier League title
With Manchester United and Chelsea tied on points, the Premier League title will be decided on Sunday on the final day of the season. United only needs to beat Wigan on Sunday to secure its 17th English title — and 10th in the ...
Royals seeks revenge against Daredevils
Jaipur: Delhi Daredevils has remained on eight points for 10 days now in the DLF-Indian Premier League. It made short work of Rajasthan Royals in its first match and thereafter relied on the mighty contributions from Virender Sehwag and ...
Massa wins pole for the third straight year
Kovalainen to start second from the grid
Vayalar Ravi hits out at Arjun Singh
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Union Minister for Parliamentary Affairs Vayalar Ravi came out strongly against Union Minister for Human Resource Development Arjun Singh’s criticism of the Congress high command on Saturday. Mr. Ravi said Mr. ...
Myanmar holds referendum
SINGAPORE: Myanmar’s ruling junta on Saturday held a rare referendum, amid allegations of fraudulent practices to secure a popular mandate for a new military-scripted draft constitution. Voting took place in over 280 townships and other ...
Ratan Tata, L.N. Mittal receive Padma Vibhushan
Yuli Mikhailovich Vorontsov awarded Padma Bhushan posthumously; Madhuri Dixit among 37 Padma Shri awardees
NDTV exit poll favours BJP
New Delhi: The BJP will emerge on top with 31 of the 89 seats that went to the polls on Saturday in the first phase of the Karnataka Assembly elections followed closely by JD(S) 30 and Congress (25), said an exit poll by the NDTV television ...
60 p.c. turnout in eastern poll
Sri Lankan Naval vessel sunk in Trincomalee harbour
Sign the deal only after Left parties agree to it: NCP
Decisions must be taken by consensus among partners
National Art Gallery awaits funds
CHENNAI: The National Art Gallery in the Government Museum, Egmore campus continues to wait for funds for renovation, several years after it was closed to the public. The building is slowly crumbling, though museum officials are ...
Virtual doctors for the young
Teenagers to take embarrassing ailments to Second Life
New Web tools break barriers of ‘bhasha’
Bangalore: One statistic says it all: users of the English language Wikipedia — the online encyclopaedia written by Web users themselves — can access over 2.3 million articles. The Hindi version boasts just 18,000 entries. ...
Myanmar: U.S. seeks India’s help
Secretary of State speaks to Pranab Mukherjee
India ‘inside’ many smart phones
If the Health Minister can’t do this, who can?
“I am responsible for the health of the nation”
New Yahoo tool
Bangalore: Separating wheat from the chaff during Internet searches can be a challenge: major search engines tend to substitute quantity for quality, returning many thousand results few users have the time to go through. When it guesses ...
Scientists now look to public office
WASHINGTON: Daniel Suson has a doctorate in astrophysics and has worked on the superconducting super collider and a forthcoming NASA probe. Now he is heading back to school to take on an even trickier task — getting elected to public ...
Nandigram: panchayat polls today
KOLKATA: All eyes will be riveted on Nandigram as panchayats in five districts of West Bengal go to the polls in the first phase of the elections beginning on Sunday. The districts are: Purba and Paschim Medinipur, Purulia, Bankura and ...
Benazir was a courier in illegal nuclear arms trade, says book
NEW DELHI: Benazir Bhutto once played an active role in furthering Pakistan’s clandestine nuclear programme by personally taking CDs to and from North Korea on an official trip as Prime Minister, reveals a book by her Oxford college mate ...
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