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But Karunanidhi won’t insist that the PMK be expelled from UPA government
No change in our stand, says Yechury
Decisive UPA-Left committee meeting on Indo-U.S. nuclear deal today
Indians held in U.S.; immigration racket busted
Washington: With the arrest of seven Indians, U.S. authorities have claimed to have busted an immigration racket run by an information technology company owner who charged tens of thousands of dollars from expatriates by fraudulently ...
Talwar’s compounder remanded to CBI custody
NEW DELHI: Krishna, the compounder of Rajesh Talwar, has confessed to his involvement in the Aarushi-Hemraj murder case, according to the CBI. On Tuesday, he was produced in a special court in Ghaziabad that remanded him to six days’ CBI ...
‘Solution’ found for Gujjar imbroglio
JAIPUR: A solution to the 26-day-old violent agitation by Gujjars, to press for Scheduled Tribe status, appeared to have been found late on Tuesday. Leaders negotiating on behalf of the community and the Rajasthan government told the ...
U.K. firm snaps ties with three exporters for engaging children
Time for Left to reconsider support: CPI
HYDERABAD: Describing the economic scenario as grave, the Communist Party of India says it is incumbent on the Left to reconsider its support to the UPA coalition at the Centre. The policies adopted by the United Progressive Alliance ...
Pre-paid autos at airport, bus termini soon
CHENNAI: The pre-paid system of operating autorickshaws, in vogue at Koyambedu and Chennai Central Railway Station, will shortly be introduced at the Chennai airport and T. Nagar, Adyar and Thiruvanmiyur bus termini, Transport Minister K.N. ...
Rain throws life out of gear in Kolkata
More rain forecast in parts of Gangetic West Bengal
Amarnath yatra begins amid fervour
Jammu: The annual Amarnath yatra began here on Tuesday, amid religious fervour and under CRPF security blanket. It was flagged off by Jammu and Kashmir Minister for Higher Education Gulchain Singh Charak. The yatra started from the ...
Ballack’s stunner sends Germany through
The former champion will meet Portugal in the quarterfinals
Two held with explosives; was Dera chief target?
LUDHIANA: Two youths, who were arrested here on Tuesday with 24.5 kg of explosives, had plans to target Dera chief Gurmit Ram Rahim Singh, police claimed. Manjit Singh alias Mita (from Bardeke village near Jagraon) and Gurbhej Singh ...
RBI modifies deposit norms for NBFCs
Cos. with NOF of Rs. 200 lakh to freeze their deposits
Nepal talks inconclusive
KATHMANDU: The meeting of top leaders of the three major parties ended inconclusively after they failed to agree on a power sharing formula. The parties still disagree on, among other things, who should become the first president of ...
Vatican bans prequel to ‘The Da Vinci Code’
LONDON: The Vatican has slapped a ban on the filming of a prequel to ’The Da Vinci Code’ called ’Angels and Demons’ in any of its churches in Rome, calling the work “an offence against God”. ’Angels ...
We’ll soon appoint new President: Zardari
LAHORE: Hinting that Pervez Musharraf’s Presidency could be on its last legs, PPP Chairman Asif Ali Zardari said his party would soon appoint Pakistan’s next President. ...
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