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Sonia holds talks with T.R. Baalu
Left parties reject “compromise formula”
NEW DELHI: Top Left leaders on Tuesday rejected a “compromise formula” doing the rounds that will enable the government to take the India-specific safeguards agreement to the IAEA. Highly placed sources in the Left said the ...
RBI hikes repo rate, CRR
Effort to contain inflation; housing and car loans may become dearer
Total nuclear disarmament is the aim: Pranab
Positive about NSG amending guidelines in favour of India for civil nuclear energy programmes
Hong Kong batsmen cave in meekly
Pakistan begins Asia Cup campaign with a resounding 155-run win
“Do not rush safeguards accord without debate”
Extreme secrecy, media hype, parochial interests have put the country on dangerous path: nuclear scientists
We won’t be experimenting too much: Dhoni
Karachi: In the lead-up to Wednesday’s Group B match against Hong Kong, Indian skipper M.S. Dhoni said, “it is a funny game and we won’t be experimenting much.” Dhoni’s statement hinted that complacency will ...
Courageous Sania gets past Castano
Her unswerving self-belief and the ability to dig deep see her through
No FIR against Jaya Bachchan
LUCKNOW: Jaya Bachchan’s membership of the Rajya Sabha has come under a cloud following a representation made by the Principal Secretary of the Uttar Pradesh Vidhan Sabha, R.P. Pandey, to the SSP of Lucknow to file a criminal case ...
Full-strength Germany against a depleted Turkey
TENERO (Switzerland): Turkey has relied on some very German qualities to get into the semifinals of the European Championship, and now it will have the chance to test them against the three-time champion when the two teams meet for a spot in ...
Memories of an uplifting triumph
‘Kapil’s Devils’ delighted fans with remarkable performances
Pilgrim traffic on Baltal route suspended
Clashes continue; PDP threatens to pull out of coalition if land allotment is not scrapped
Violent protests continue in Srinagar
Death of firing victim triggers clashes, over 60 injured, city tense throughout the day
Srikkanth still lives the dream
Chennai: Krishnamachari Srikkanth remembers a dream from the field of dreams. He, then, tells himself – “No, this is for real.” There are occasions when the line between dreamland and reality can be blurred. And the ...
Condone building violations: traders
CHENNAI: The Panagal Park and Usman Road Traders Association has requested the Justice Mohan Committee to declare the area comprising Usman Road, north Usman Road, Nageswara Road and Ranganathan Street as a Special Retail Zone and condone all ...
Governments driving people to courts: CJI
“India can become a global player if deal is clinched”
CHENNAI: If India became a part of the global nuclear community, “we can give a push to meet our country’s power requirements,” said S.K. Jain, Chairman and Managing Director, Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited ...
Andhra Jyothi Editor held
HYDERABAD: The row between the Madiga Reservation Porata Samiti (MRPS) and a Telugu daily Andhra Jyothi took a dramatic turn on Tuesday, when police arrested the newspaper Editor K. Srinivas and two reporters under the ...
U.S. disquiet over deal impasse
NEW DELHI: The U.S. has expressed disquiet over the stalemate in the Indo-U.S. nuclear deal, saying that each day’s delay will make it harder for the U.S. Congress to approve the 123 agreement. The U.S. said it understood the need ...
Lie-detector test on Nupur deferred
NEW DELHI: A lie-detector test on Nupur, wife of dentist Rajesh Talwar, was postponed after she arrived late at the CBI headquarters here on Tuesday. It will be conducted later this week, said a CBI source. Earlier in the day, she met ...
GM crops’ biosafety testing procedure questioned
Chennai: The way in which the Genetic Engineering and Approval Committee (GEAC) has gone about approving field trials of genetically modified crops, as also the final approval for commercial cultivation, has been questioned by P.M. Bhargava, ...
CCTV cameras to get ‘ears’
London: British scientists are developing technology that will enable CCTV cameras to “hear” a crime taking place and spin round to capture it on film. Researchers are working on artificial intelligence software that can ...
Satellite to study climate change
Digital solutions to serve the elderly
The call of the unhatched
Device thought to be critical to the survival of the animals
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