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A callous government: Karat
Left parties want President to direct Manmohan to seek a confidence vote
Bush, Manmohan discuss nuclear deal
Progress made in all areas including nuclear cooperation, says Manmohan
NDA may urge President to intervene
If the government does not announce special Parliament session by today
Withdrawal of support: Text of Left parties' statement
The Left Parties have withdrawn support to the UPA Government. The UPA Government came into existence in 2004 with the support of the Left parties on the basis of its Common Minimum Programme. The aim was to fight the communal forces and undo the ...
India’s climate change views not fully incorporated
Leaders of major economies agree on response to climate change
Deal is in national interest: Amar Singh
NEW DELHI: The Samajwadi Party handed over its letter of support for the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government to President Pratibha Patil at Rashtrapati Bhavan on Wednesday afternoon. This was Samajwadi Party’s second letter of ...
President requests PM for meeting today
NEW DELHI: President Pratibha Patil has requested a meeting with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in the Rashtrapati Bhavan on Thursday in view of the political developments. The Prime Minister is expected to be back here from Japan after ...
State may regulate private varsities
CHENNAI: The State government could soon have more of a role in the creation and functioning of deemed universities. On Tuesday, the Tamil Nadu State Council for Higher Education (TANSCHE) discussed the recommendations of the M. ...
Energy security not assured: Left
“Nuclear deal will restrict strategic autonomy”
“Aam aadmi left in the lurch”
New Delhi: The four Left parties on Wednesday accused the Congress leadership of failing to keep its promise to ameliorate the conditions of the aam aadmi — the common man. In a joint statement issued after formally snapping ties ...
Diversions at Peter’s Road junction
CHENNAI: In order to ease traffic congestion at the Peter’s Road junction on Anna Salai, the police have announced the following diversions that would take effect from 7 a.m. on July 19. The median opening at the Anna ...
England, South Africa and Lord’s — a magnetic attraction
Evenly-matched teams and eagerly-awaited series
Liquid containing natural uranium spilt
PARIS: French nuclear firm Areva said on Tuesday 30 cubic metres of a liquid containing natural uranium was accidentally poured on the ground and into a river at a site in south-eastern France. The spill took place during the cleaning of a ...
Kafka papers come to light
Berlin: Scholars of 20th-century writer Franz Kafka are in a state of suspense and excitement on Tuesday night at the news that the remains of his estate, which have been hoarded in a Tel Aviv flat, may soon be revealed. Previously ...
The game is up for this books bandit
DENVER: A man who stands accused of checking out hundreds of books and DVDs from libraries around the Denver area and then trying to sell them including online will now be doing all his library borrowing from now on behind bars. ...
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