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India, Iran, Pakistan yet to discuss key issues
Jet Airways touches down in China
SHANGHAI: Jet Airways on Saturday became the first Indian private airline to launch flights to China, starting a service that will connect the thriving financial hubs of Mumbai, Shanghai and San Francisco. With trade between India and ...
State government to bear part of LPG hike
High-level committee to meet on June 17
Hawkers on Station Road removed
Makeshift shops sell fruits, vegetables, flowers
GJM to resume bandh
KOLKATA: The Gorkha Janamukti Morcha (GJM) leadership said on Sunday that the indefinite bandh demanding a separate State that was relaxed during the past few days would resume in the Darjeeling hills of West Bengal on Monday ...
RIL deplores RCOM’s “double standard”
New Delhi: Hitting back at the Anil Ambani group for “twisting facts” on the de-merger agreements signed by the group companies of Ambani siblings, elder brother Mukesh’s side accused it of “double standard and ...
“Karzai’s threat will not help war against terror”
Pakistan pledges to protect its sovereignty
We can’t decide on Myanmar: Pranab
We want good ties with China, Bangladesh and Myanmar
Federer captures 55th title
Paes-Dlouhy falter at the final hurdle; Nadal king at Queen’s
Austria seeks another Cordoba miracle
Germany must not lose if it is to advance to the quarterfinals
Indian scientists firm believers, finds survey
New Delhi: Indian scientists are making rapid advances in their respective fields but when it comes to God, one in four is a firm believer and many more accept the existence of a “higher power.” A survey of 1,100 ...
Portugal court rejects Abu Salem’s appeal
MUMBAI: The Supreme Court of Portugal has rejected extradited gangster Abu Salem’s plea to be recalled. Any violation of the terms of extradition would render it difficult to entertain such pleas, the court said. ...
Amit Kumar taken to Mumbai
AMBALA: The main accused in the multi-crore kidney scam, Amit Kumar, and his brother Jeevan were on Sunday taken to Mumbai by the Maharashtra police in connection with a case registered against the duo there. ...
Troops may go after Taliban: Karzai
KABUL: Afghan President Hamid Karzai has threatened to send troops after notorious Taliban leaders inside Pakistan. The threat comes only days after a sophisticated Taliban assault on Kandahar’s prison that freed 870 inmates, including ...
Information theory made simple
Kerala techie puts desi spin on Grimms’ fairy tale to explain it to the young
German wins race up tallest skyscraper
TAIPEI: A German athlete sprinted up 91 floors in 10 minutes and 53 seconds on Sunday to win the Taipei 101 race — a leg-burning effort that took him to the top of the world’s tallest skyscraper. Thomas Dold, a specialist at ...
South African channel drops Indian lifestyle programme
Durban: A local Indian lifestyle programme has been pulled off the air from a popular television channel in South Africa for not meeting broadcasting standards. The SABC television group said the programme was withdrawn from its SABC3 ...
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