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Samajwadi Party faces desertions; TDP chief rallies opponents of nuclear deal
Stay united, Sonia tells MPs
`Baseless to say deal is anti-Muslim'
Agreeing to permanent IAEA safeguards is on the basis of permanent fuel supplies: Kakodkar
“The corrective measures are what I describe as unspecified sovereign actions. We can decide at the appropriate point of time,” Anil Kakodkar, Chairman, Atomic Energy Commission told The Hindu in an ...
Signing 123 Agreement amounts to accepting American hegemony opinion
If the 123 Agreement is not bound by the overarching Hyde Act, then what else is its purpose?
MPs can “correct” their vote on July 22
Three BJP MPs in ICUs are to be “airlifted”
Rajnath: BJP prefers polls if Manmohan loses trust vote
NEW DELHI: The Bharatiya Janata Party would prefer fresh elections in the event of the government collapsing on the floor of the Lok Sabha on July 22, rather than go for a short-term alternative arrangement. Party president Rajnath Singh ...
Ajit Singh, key player
LUCKNOW: With only three MPs, all from Uttar Pradesh, Ajit Singh’s Rashtriya Lok Dal president has emerged as one of the key players in the July 22 trust vote in Parliament. The Congress, which claims to have secured his support, is ...
Gowda’s decision today
NEW DELHI: With the numbers game remaining unclear even three days before the crucial vote of confidence in Parliament, former Prime Minister and Janata Dal (Secular) president, H.D. Deve Gowda, was at the centre of hectic political parleys ...
Sri Lankan Navy denies hand in killing of two Tamil Nadu fishermen
“LTTE sea tiger units operating in the area are trying to tarnish our image, ahead of the SAARC summit on August 2”
From India... a trio of canny Web tools
Bangalore: Indian innovation is increasingly centred around what is known as Web 2.0, the Internet’s Second Coming, where the user is in more effective control of content, and the way it is deployed. The week gone by, saw at least ...
USB hub: a ‘must-have’ for notebook owners
Logitech’s premium 4-port model comes with its own power adaptor
Iran-EU decide to continue interaction
DUBAI: Iran and the foreign policy chief of the European Union, Javier Solana, have decided to continue their interaction after Tehran and the five permanent members of the U.N. Security Council held talks to defuse tensions surrounding the ...
Indian batsmen made to struggle
Dammika Prasad was the most successful bowler for the host
“State won’t hesitate to seek retrieval of Katchatheevu ”
CHENNAI: Tamil Nadu’s efforts to establish the rights of Tamil fishermen over Katchatheevu will go to the extent of demanding the retrieval of Katchatheevu, Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi said on Saturday. Inaugurating the fast ...
Relocation of hawkers opposed
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