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Left submits note on why the government should not go to the IAEA
Azad calls all-party meet
Protests continue over land row in J&K
Sahara can erect temporary fence, says Supreme Court
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Wednesday allowed Sahara India Commercial Corporation (SICC) to erect a temporary fence again at Sahara Shahar in Lucknow. It was removed by the Lucknow Development Authority (LDA) after the apex court ordered ...
A gifted parliamentarian
Mumbai/Thiruvananthapuram: The death of Indian Union Muslim League president G.M. Banatwala (74) in Mumbai on Wednesday plunged party circles in Kerala into gloom as he was part and parcel of the State politics. Mr. Banatwala was the ...
Second polygraph test on Nupur
NEW DELHI: Nupur, wife of dentist Rajesh Talwar, was subjected to a second lie-detector test by the Central Bureau of Investigation on Wednesday. The test lasted over four hours during which Nupur was queried about events before and ...
Violence continues to rock Kashmir
Protests against allotment of land to Shri Amarnath Shrine Board spread in Kashmir Valley
It was agreed to consider panel findings before sealing deal
This is the text of the statement issued by the UPA-Left Committee on the India-U.S. Civil Nuclear Agreement after its sixth meeting in New Delhi on November 16, 2007: The UPA-Left Committee on the India-US Civil ...
Safin shuts out a listless Djokovic
Ivanovic survives scare; Paes-Dlouhy take the tough route to advance
India mauls a hapless Hong Kong
Dhoni and Raina slam centuries
Russia needs to cut down on simple errors
Spain to stick to strategy of quick, attacking play
Gogoi hails ULFA decision
Guwahati: Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi on Wednesday welcomed the unilateral ceasefire declared by the ‘A’ and ‘C’ companies of the 28th Battalion of the United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA) for facilitating peace ...
India takes on Pakistan
KARACHI: The irony cannot be missed. Shoaib Malik’s men recently won the Kitply Cup at Dhaka defeating archrival India. And yet, the Pakistan skipper looks as though he is shouldering a burden. It doesn’t help that his moves ...
Self-financing colleges to surrender 65 per cent of seats
But refuse to sign any agreement with the government
Drop boxes for reporting eve teasing
CHENNAI: Drop boxes to report eve teasing were installed at Chennai Central, the neighbouring Moore Market Complex and Egmore railway station on Wednesday by the Government Railway Police (GRP). Though the GRP received several ...
Cricket makes its mark in China
Karachi: China might conjure up visions of the Great Wall and lip smacking cuisine. How about China and cricket? Does the twain meet? Yes it does and according to Rashid Khan, former Pakistan fast bowler, cricket’s formative steps ...
Manmohan, Sonia discuss outcome of UPA-Left meet
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Wednesday night discussed the outcome of the meeting of the United Progressive Alliance-Left panel on the India-U.S. Nuclear Agreement. Unable to break the ...
Sikh protesters disrupt train services
Five long distance passenger trains, two goods trains halted at various places
Petrol pumps threaten to stop sale of branded petrol
NEW DELHI: The Federation of All-India Petroleum Traders Association on Wednesday threatened to stop the sale of branded petrol and diesel from next month if oil companies did not stop forcing them to sell more of the expensive fuel. ...
Sorting out nomenclature
Scientists seek to bring order into naming of sealife
Fossil skull from eons ago is discovered
WASHINGTON: Scientists have unearthed a skull of the most primitive four-legged creature in the earth’s history, which should help them better understand the evolution of fish to advanced animals that walk on land. The ...
An otter and a star, quite at home
Gas supplies: ‘accord priority to fertilizer, LPG plants’
Reliance to start pumping in gas from September
China supercomputer enters top 10 list
BEIJING: Although missing the world’s most extensive rankings for the best supercomputers, a Chinese-made high-performance server rivals the seventh fastest for computing speed. Dawning 5000A, with a capability of 160 trillions of ...
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