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NEW DELHI: Within 24 hours of the latest stalemate over the Indo-U.S. nuclear deal, the Congress has roped in at least three key allies in the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) to break the ice with the Left parties, even as both sides reached ...
Four Pakistani soldiers killed by jihadis on LoC
Indian counter-infiltration action may have precipitated the clash
“Furnish list of debt relief beneficiaries by June 25”
NEW DELHI: Finance Minister P. Chidambaram on Thursday directed public sector banks (PSBs) to furnish by June 25 the list of farmer beneficiaries pertaining to the farm debt relief scheme so as to ensure that the loan waiver programme, as ...
Tiruvarur Central University to start functioning from this year
CHENNAI: The Central University, Tiruvarur, will begin functioning from this year. Since the Centre has come forward to commence the operations of the university, the government will identify temporary buildings to locate the ...
Arterial roads to be free of wall posters
CHENNAI: Arterial roads Anna Salai, Kamarajar Salai and E.V.R. Periyar Salai will soon be free of graffiti and posters, the Chennai Corporation announced on Thursday. The proposed ban, part of measures to beautify the city, was decided at the ...
Flood situation still grim in Paschim, Purbo Medinipur
21 lakh people affected in both districts; rail link between West Bengal and south severely disrupted
Rail, road blockades end in Rajasthan
JAIPUR: A day after the accord between the agitating Gujjars and the Rajasthan government, peace reigned in the State on Thursday. The squatters, who had made the Delhi-Mumbai rail line at Pilupura in Bharatpur district their home for ...
Decision on Chandrayaan-I launch date in a month
ISRO is unique in having a strong human resource, says Madhavan Nair
Russia conjures up a mesmerising show
Sweden out-passed and outclassed by Guus Hiddink’s men
Asif released from detention
DUBAI: Pakistani pacer Mohammad Asif’s ordeal ended on Thursday after the Dubai authorities decided to release him from detention for carrying contraband ...
Picasso painting breaks auction record
SYDNEY: Sylvette, a Pablo Picasso painting, auctioned in Sydney was sold for a record-breaking A$ 6.9 million.
Newfound Jain sites
Rock art, Jaina beds, dolmens near Gingee
Those floating feet again
VANCOUVER: Another human foot was discovered on Wednesday on a British Columbia shoreline, the second one this week and the sixth within a year in a bizarre mystery that has confounded the police. Like most of the others, it was a right ...
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