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Coalition government in Jharkhand reduced to a minority
Kashmir and Jammu regions enjoy parity
Census data refute BJP claims
Chiranjeevi enters politics
HYDERABAD: Telugu actor K. Chiranjeevi on Sunday announced his resolve to enter politics and dedicate himself to the service of the poor, who “had been deprived of the fruits of development.” Mr. Chiranjeevi’s fans and ...
Tata project: Basu wants Mamata to cooperate
KOLKATA: Veteran Marxist leader Jyoti Basu said here on Sunday that Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee should be open to a “compromise” and “cooperate” with the authorities so that the Tata Motors’ ...
India may make policy statement at crucial NSG meeting in Vienna
To brief or not to brief, that is the question
14-day police remand for nine arrested in Gujarat
Qasmi, who was arrested in U.P., to be produced in court tomorrow
Hurriyat to lead rally to United Nations office
“Movement for freedom” has entered a crucial stage: Geelani
Islamists plan pro-Pakistan protest
Police ordered to withdraw from central Srinagar during today’s rally
‘Zak Salaam India’ expo ends on an encouraging note
Fashion show focussed on saree as suitable attire in the global village
Xiao Qin and Sandra Izbasa emerge triumphant
BEIJING: Triple World champion Xiao Qin will finally get to take a holiday after swivelling his way to the men’s pommel horse title on Sunday and handing China its fifth gold medal in the Olympic gymnastics competition. Mounting ...
Jamaicans dominate the women’s 100m dash
Shelly-Ann Fraser, Sherone Simpson and Kerron Stewart make it a dream 1-2-3 for the Caribbean nation
Signs point to an even contest in the opener
Injured Sehwag likely to miss the match
Rafael Nadal reigns supreme
Dementieva rallies to bag gold; Williams sisters triumph
Concern over high infant mortality rate in some districts
CHENNAI: Even as the State averages an infant mortality rate (number of deaths per 1000 live births) of 37, well below the national average of 57, the recently released statistics from the Sample Registration Survey (SRS) show that there are ...
Phelps does the incredible
With victory in the 4x100m medley relay, he overtakes Spitz’s record
SBI strike today, all-India stir on Aug. 20
NEW DELHI: Banking transactions across the country are likely to be hit this week as various employees’ associations have given calls for strikes on Monday (August 18) and Wednesday (August 20). Monday’s strike is by members ...
Taslima Nasreen’s visa extended
NEW DELHI: The Centre has extended the visa of Bangladeshi writer Taslima Nasreen, who returned earlier this month to the capital after a sojourn in Sweden. The papers seeking extension of her visa had been processed and approval ...
Sangharsh Samiti ready for talks
Says Centre adopting biased approach towards Jammu
Reading the mind
LOS ANGELES: Here’s a mind-bending idea: The U.S. military is paying scientists to study ways to read people’s thoughts. The hope is that the research could someday lead to a gadget capable of translating the thoughts of ...
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