Online edition of India's National Newspaper
Monday, May 19, 2008
ePaper | Mobile/PDA Version
Google



National
News Update

News
ePaper
Front Page
National
States:
• Tamil Nadu
• Andhra Pradesh
• Karnataka
• Kerala
• New Delhi
• Other States
International
Opinion
Business
Sport
Miscellaneous
• Cartoons
Engagements

Sudoku
Today's Headlines


RSS Feeds


Specials
In Focus
Photo Gallery
Events 2007

Features:
Magazine
Literary Review
Open Page
Metro Plus
Business
Education Plus
Book Review
Young World
SciTech
NXg
Friday Review
Cinema Plus
Quest
Property Plus

Stocks
Quotes
SE Diary

Advts
Retail Plus
Classifieds
Jobs
Obituary

Archives
Yesterday's Issue
Datewise

Google

Group Sites
The Hindu
The Hindu ePaper
Business Line
Business Line ePaper
Sportstar
Frontline
Publications
eBooks
Images

Home



Jaipur serial blasts: search for terror chief gropes in dark
Investigation into Harkat ul-Jihad-e-Islami cell hit by mistakes and mishaps

BJP questions Manmohan’s commitment
New Delhi: A day after Prime Minister Manmohan Singh pitched for a federal crime agency, the Bharatiya Janata Party on Sunday questioned his commitment to fight terror and said a new agency would be of no use unless it was armed with a ...

Nine killed in poll violence in West Bengal


Cuban team arrives in India with a big shopping list


Bangladesh asks media not to speculate
DHAKA: Bangladesh has asked the media not to speculate or jump to a conclusion on the perpetrators of the recent serial bombing in Jaipur. The Indian media aired suspicion that the blasts had the hallmarks of the Harkat ...

I will be at the helm by June 2: Prachanda
Says there is no question of disbanding guerrilla army for joining a government led by his party

“Safety only if King makes peaceful exit”
Kathmandu: In a blunt warning to Nepal King Gyanendra, Maoist chief Prachanda has said he will guarantee the beleaguered monarch’s safety only if he quits the palace “peacefully.” He also opposes any move by the King to take ...

“Journalists have a major responsibility and must audit themselves”
CHENNAI: As journalists have the ability to change history, they carry a major responsibility and must therefore be scrupulous in auditing themselves, according to Lindsay Ross, executive director of the Commonwealth Press ...

Energy-saving drive leaves Pakistanis angry
People desperately shopping for alternatives

Height of Narmada dam should not be raised: South Asia network
Says Gujarat didn’t fully use water from project last year

BJP giving “communal twist” to blasts: CPI (M)


Pay panel report: physiotherapists unhappy
NEW DELHI: The Indian Association of Physiotherapists has expressed shock over the Sixth Pay Commission recommendations that places them in group ‘C’ and a lower pay band. This is nothing less than “professional ...

India must try harder to achieve goals, feels U.N. panel


Other Stories






Read Today's supplements: Metro Plus | Business | Education Plus |

Send: Comments to: thehindu@vsnl.com
Letters to the Editor to: letters@thehindu.co.in with full postal address

Yesterday's
National Page

Nxg


News: ePaper | Front Page | National | Tamil Nadu | Andhra Pradesh | Karnataka | Kerala | New Delhi | Other States | International | Opinion | Business | Sport | Miscellaneous | Today's Headlines | Features: Magazine | Literary Review | Metro Plus | Open Page | Education Plus | Book Review | Business | SciTech | NXg | Friday Review | Cinema Plus | Young World | Property Plus | Quest |
Advts:
Retail Plus | Classifieds | Jobs | Obituary | Updates: Breaking News |

The Hindu Group: Home | About Us | Copyright | Archives | Contacts | Subscription
Group Sites: The Hindu | The Hindu ePaper | Business Line | Business Line ePaper | Sportstar | Frontline | Publications | eBooks | Images | Home |

Copyright 2008, The Hindu. Republication or redissemination of the contents of this screen are expressly prohibited without the written consent of The Hindu