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18 bombs defused in Surat
They were detected one after another from day-break

CRR, repo rate raised
Bank loans may become dearer

Somnath renewed CPI(M) membership
New Delhi: Somnath Chatterjee, MP, continued to renew his membership of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) annually and right up to the current year, as per the party constitution, after being elected Speaker of the Lok Sabha in 2004. This ...

Pranab calls for global mechanism to fight terror
TEHRAN: India on Tuesday reiterated its plea for a global mechanism to fight terror following the attack on the Indian embassy in Kabul and the bomb explosions in Bangalore and Ahmedabad. Addressing the 15th meeting of Foreign Ministers ...

Prime Minister to decide on Sethusamudram project alignment
Union government will consider seriously Chief Justice of India’s suggestion on alternative, says counsel Fali Nariman

No assurance on nuclear deal
Beijing: Minister of State in the Prime Minister’s Office Prithviraj Chavan on Tuesday failed to secure any assurance from China on the India-U.S. civilian nuclear energy cooperation. “They [the Chinese side] conveyed to us ...

Counsel quotes Kamba Ramayanam on demolition by Lord himself
New Delhi: During Tuesday’s hearing on the Sethu project, even as senior counsel Fali Nariman, appearing for the Centre, referred to Kamba Ramayanam to say Lord Ram himself destroyed Ramar Sethu, Additional Solicitor-General R. Mohan ...

Skirmish ends on LoC, flag meeting held
India protests against ceasefire violation by Pakistan; denies killing of four Pakistani soldiers

Ahmadinejad calls for greater activism from NAM
Wants the movement to help resolve global conflicts

ATS still clueless in blasts case
Four cars involved in Ahmedabad serial blasts have been traced to Navi Mumbai

Spitz synonymous with excellence
The legendary swimmer won seven golds

All is not lost despite the Colombo debacle
India needs to tighten its bowling and out-cricket

Indian pugilists a confident lot
India’s biggest ever boxing squad

Thirty lakh more jobs by 2011
CHENNAI: Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi released the new Information Communication Technology policy for Tamil Nadu that provides a slew of concessions to the industry and envisages creation of about 3 million jobs by 2011. The policy ...

Modi orders cctv cameras in hospitals
GANDHINAGAR: Shocked by the terror attacks on the hospitals, Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi has ordered installation of closed circuit television cameras in all the government hospitals and their parking zones in all the major cities ...

Lanka keen to clinch series at Galle: Bayliss
Galle: Trevor Bayliss, Sri Lanka’s coach, said his side, although expecting stiffer resistance from India during the second Test, was looking to clinch the series at Galle. Sri Lanka, which won the first Test in Colombo, leads the ...

IT industry sensitised to terror threat

India, Afghanistan to cooperate on local governance
A 15-point programme will be operationalised soon: Aiyar

India, U.S. must bridge differences
A face off will cost the WTO dearly, says EU

Reopen Katchateevu pact: CPI
NEW DELHI: The Communist Party of India (CPI) on Tuesday demanded the reopening of the Katchateevu island agreement with Sri Lanka under which India had given up all rights over the island. The demand comes days after Tamil Nadu Chief Minister ...

Sensex plunges by 558 points
RBI move, global cues dampen sentiment

Dementia underestimation?
CHICAGO: Dementia rates in developing countries, including India, may be considerably higher than official estimates and closer to rates in wealthy countries. This is the finding from a study reported at the International Conference on ...

Global instincts, local flavours on the Web
As U.S. Internet companies expand worldwide, being un-American can be key to success

Friday’s eclipse to be on the Net
Solar show will be visible from remote places

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