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Rescuers race against time as 900 school students are buried
Pakistan plunges into political uncertainty
PML(N) pulls out of Cabinet
Statue desecrators to be held under Goondas Act
Nandigram: Home Ministry seeks report
NEW DELHI: The Union Home Ministry on Monday sought a detailed report from the West Bengal government on the first phase of the panchayat polls, particularly the situation in Nandigram where the Central Reserve Police Force and police were ...
Pranab calls for deeper global engagement with Iran
“This can help promote peace and stability in Iraq, Palestine”
IISc. helps raise missiles range
Bangalore: Missiles such as the Agni that was test-fired last week could receive a bigger boost to their range thanks to a technological innovation by scientists at the Indian Institute of Science. By coating the nose of the missile ...
Kings XI leaves Challengers in ruins
Marsh continues his impressive run with another fluent knock
Players I wanted were ignored, says Mallya
Daredevils to challenge Knight Riders
The team that displays greater mental agility will have a large say
Youngsters stand to gain immensely: Srinivasan
Chennai: N. Srinivasan is delighted with the success of the Indian Premier League (IPL). The BCCI treasurer, TNCA president and vice-chairman and managing director of the India Cements Ltd. believes the Twenty20 competition has brought ...
Hu orders all-out relief for victims
Troops rushed in to assist the local government in Wenchuan County
Ganguly new High Court Chief Justice
He succeeds Justice A.P. Shah
I am a loyalist, not sycophant: Arjun Singh
New Delhi: Human Resource Development Minister Arjun Singh on Monday asserted that he was a loyalist and not a sycophant, and stuck to his views that Rahul Gandhi had the capacity to be a potential prime ministerial candidate. A day ...
Police commissionerate for suburbs
It will have jurisdiction over 38 police stations
Are laws just ornamental, asks Chief Justice
States to file report on implementation of laws for construction workers
The tale of a broken pot
Today I am a broken pot stored away in a museum. But, about eighteen hundred years ago, I was a shining new kalayam . My proud owner was a toddy-tapper named Naakan. He lived in a small hamlet at the edge of the forest (near ...
Industrial growth slumps
Dismal performance by manufacturing sector
Best of Booker shortlist: Rushdie in, Naipaul out
LONDON: Salman Rushdie heads a six-strong shortlist of some of the world’s best known writers, one of whom will be chosen by the British public for the Best of Booker award to be announced to mark the award’s 40th ...
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