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“The majority in Parliament opposed deal”
NSA to brief SP leadership
NEW DELHI: Ahead of the crucial meeting of the United National Progressive Alliance (UNPA) on July 3 when the Samajwadi Party is slated to take a position on the Indo-U.S. nuclear deal, National Security Adviser M.K. Narayanan will brief the ...
Land allotment to Shrine Board cancelled
Tourism Department will get land to provide facilities for yatris
75 people injured in Jammu violence
Protests against decision to revoke order on transfer of land to Amarnath Board
Congress is caving in to the demands of fundamentalists: Rajnath
BJP calls for nationwide hartal to protest revocation of Amarnath land transfer order
Congress exposed: Advani
Bhopal: BJP leader L.K. Advani said the Congress’ “pseudo-secular credentials” was exposed in its stand on the Shrine Board issue. Addressing journalists, he said, “No party can claim to be secular if it bulldozes ...
Heavy rain brings Mumbai to a standstill
Many parts of the city waterlogged; road, rail traffic disrupted for several hours; compound walls come crashing down
Status quo on works on SEZ land near Mundra port
Sri Lankan copter attacked
COLOMBO: A helicopter providing logistic support to Sri Lanka President Mahinda Rajapaksa’s aerial convoy to the eastern region took a ‘hit’ in Amparai district on Tuesday afternoon. According to reliable sources, the ...
Jie Zheng’s fantastic run continues
Williams siblings through to the last four; Paes-Dlouhy pair in semifinals
A must-win game for Pakistan
Long-term benefit seen in illegal mushroom drug
Follow-up of 2002 study points to some positive effects
Gurunathan’s contribution to sports journalism recalled
Chennai: The contribution of S.K. Gurunathan (SKG), former Sports Editor of The Hindu to sports journalism was recalled with a touch of nostalgia at a function to mark his birth centenary at the Kasturi ...
New Indian research station at the Arctic
NEW DELHI: India now has its own research station at the Arctic. Union Science and Technology Minister Kapil Sibal inaugurated ‘Himadri’ on Tuesday. India has a station in Antarctica. Equipped with state-of-the-art facilities ...
Rush for petrol, diesel at bunks continues on Day 2
Chief Secretary and oil company officials say crisis will blow over today
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