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Prices are stabilising: Ministry
We stand united: NDA
“Nuclear deal is not in nation’s interest; UPA government must be voted out”
Congress seeking convicted MPs’ help: CPI(M)
NEW DELHI: Even as the numbers game is on ahead of the July 22 trust vote in Parliament, Communist Party of India (Marxist) on Thursday criticised the Congress for “taking recourse” to convicted Lok Sabha members to rescue the ...
Is the deal done?
New Delhi: The BJP on Thursday demanded Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to make his stand clear on media reports suggesting that the India-U.S. nuclear deal was a “done” deal irrespective of the UPA government’s survival or ...
Illegal Indian immigrants thriving in London: BBC
Probe reveals that they are using forged passports, driving licences
BSP, SP try to poach MPs
Severe power crisis in the south and parts of west and east
Deny government legitimacy for sealing deal: CPI(M)
Deal is the conduit to trap India into the U.S. imperialist web, says editorial
Sonia: nuclear deal is in nation’s best interests
“We do not need a certificate of patriotism from anyone”
Kasi and Kiran advance
India’s National champions bow out
India, Pakistan talks today
ISLAMABAD: India and Pakistan will meet on Friday for talks to facilitate trade and travel across the Line of Control, days after New Delhi accused Pakistan’s ISI of involvement in the Indian embassy blast in Kabul. A team of eight ...
‘Money from T20 should be used for survival of Tests’
Chennai: Arjuna Ranatunga is looking forward to India’s upcoming Test series in the emerald isle. “Asia Cup is done and gone. This will be a different challenge. India has one of the finest batting line-ups in the world. ...
Junior Asia Cup final today
HYDERABAD: India’s hopes will rest once again on drag flicker Diwakar Ram when it defends its title against Korea in the sixth Junior Asia Cup hockey championship final on Friday. Not often in recent memory has one player in an ...
All eyes on Andrew Flintoff as he returns to Test team
South Africans reinvigorated by their long defensive retreat at Lord’s
Solatium for fishermen increased
CHENNAI: The solatium given to the kin of fishermen killed in firing by the Sri Lankan Navy has been increased from Rs.1 lakh to Rs.3 lakh. If a family is left without a breadwinner because of such a death, those families will be given Rs.5 ...
LeT module behind grenade lobbing busted
SRINAGAR: The Jammu and Kashmir police on Thursday claimed to have busted a module of Lashkar-e-Taiba in Kupwara district with the arrest of four militants involved in grenade attacks on a police party and an army convoy. ...
India getting into the groove
Colombo: After being busy in one-dayers and Twenty20s for almost three months, India will look to quickly get into the groove for the longer version of cricket as it takes on a Sri Lankan Board XI in a three-day warm-up match here from ...
Minor killed in road accident
Jalandhar: A nine-year-old boy was killed in a road accident on Thursday when his bicycle was crushed by a truck on a National Highway. Kamalpreet a student of Class IV of Kendriya Vidyalya in the Cantonment here, was returning after ...
Brotherhood of all beings is a fact of nature: Burnier
“We need to open our eyes and see without being immersed in ourselves”
Watchman murdered at K.K. Nagar
Court: ignore minor flaws in victim’s evidence in rape case
New Delhi: The Supreme Court has asked trial courts and High Courts to deal with rape cases with the utmost sensitivity and responsibility. The punishment cannot depend upon the social status of the victim or the accused. Justices ...
India and Bangladesh discuss water issue
NEW DELHI: India and Bangladesh made some progress during the Foreign Secretary-level talks here on Thursday on the water issue that has often vitiated public opinion on both sides of the border. They also discussed the Bilateral Investment ...
Looking for output samples
NASA is calling upon its employees — and indeed anybody passing by who has the urge — to give their all in one of its trickiest missions: to boldly go into a beaker. Researchers on the Orion programme have called for ...
Kidney removal with nary a scar
Surgeons can now do it through a bellybutton incision
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