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    “We cannot fully insulate consumer”
    Oil price hike inevitable: Manmohan

    Nepal as a secular state, a negative development: BJP
    NEW DELHI: The declaration of Nepal as a secular state is a “negative development,” but the end of monarchy in what was till recently the world’s only Hindu kingdom is the result of the “wishes of the people,” ...

    New DMK office-bearers shortly

    Australia for practical military cooperation with India
    The two countries already have a high degree of trust between one another, says its Defence Minister

    Autopsy over but uncertainty persists
    Gujjars undecided on disposal of the bodies; Vasundhara Raje renews appeal for peace

    Talwar in CBI remand
    NEW DELHI: A Noida court on Monday granted one-day remand of Rajesh Talwar, main accused in the murder of his teenaged daughter Aarushi and domestic help Hemraj, to the Central Bureau of Investigation. He will now be produced in the ...

    Rajasthan must comply with procedure, says Law Ministry
    New Delhi: The Union Law Ministry, in its opinion on granting the Scheduled Tribe status to the Gujjar community, is understood to have said that the Rajasthan government must take the initiative and follow the procedure contemplated in ...

    Terrific end to a stupendous show
    Natural stroke-makers, pacemen with control, spinners with variety succeeded

    Safina surprises Sharapova, enters last eight
    Federer overcomes Benneteau, meets Gonzalez in quarterfinals; Bhupathi-Zheng duo moves up

    Cricket made IPL a success: Warne
    Mumbai: After a dream victory in the inaugural DLF-IPL, the Rajasthan Royals captain and coach Shane Warne declared that “as long as his body holds” he would return to the Indian Premier League. “I will be 40 next ...

    AI holiday packages get good response
    NEW DELHI: Air India is offering over 400 comprehensive domestic and overseas holiday packages covering 150 cities in 22 States in India and 10 international destinations. It recently expanded the packages to include London, Hong Kong, ...

    Many fuel bunks in State complain of delay in supply
    CHENNAI: Many petrol bunks across the State, including those in major cities such as Chennai, Madurai and Coimbatore, are complaining of delay in receipt or inadequate supply of petrol and diesel. As a result, many of them are reporting ...

    Sensex drops 352 points
    Concern over imminent fuel price hike

    Left discussing ways to distance itself from UPA
    KOLKATA: Leaders of the four Left parties supporting the UPA government from outside are discussing ways to “distance” themselves from it, general secretary of the All India Forward Bloc Debabrata Biswas told
    Spiralling costs and indifferent health care
    Two-thirds of spending on health is out-of-pocket; people with no safety net especially vulnerable, says Ramya Kannan

    The price people won’t pay
    How the increase in the cost of medicine forces patients to go off treatment

    Youngsters and ‘news fatigue’
    GOTEBORG: Young adults experience news fatigue from being inundated by facts and updates and have trouble accessing in-depth stories, according to a study unveiled at a global media conference on Monday. The Context-Based Research ...

    Adobe Acrobat now with Flash
    SAN JOSE: Adobe Systems launched a new version of its document sharing software Acrobat on Monday. This time it can package videos. Acrobat allows users to package documents so they can be read across different hardware and operating ...

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