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Cartel to meet again in two weeks to consider amended waiver
Ratan Tata threatens to pull out of Singur
Expresses concern over constant violence there
Not my concern, says Mamata
KOLKATA: Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee said here that it was not her concern how Tata Group Chairman Ratan Tata decides on the future of the Tata Motors’ project at Singur. She, however, said later, “We do not ...
Congress leaders in Jammu back shrine land movement
Caucus of regional party leaders in New Delhi to lobby high command
Finding a fix to the NSG’s code of Omerta
Vienna: In keeping with its clubby, secretive character, the Nuclear Suppliers Group has a policy of strict confidentiality. Which means no official briefings or informal readouts of what transpires within, even by those unnamed “Western ...
Conditions mooted for Indian nuclear waiver
“We don’t want to scuttle deal,” say NSG diplomats
“Let agriculture and industry co-exist”
KOLKATA: Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee on Friday said she would go ahead with her agitation from August 24 demanding that 400 acres of land (out of 997 acres) allegedly acquired without the consent of owners for the Tata Motors ...
Nevada war games in crucial phase
NEW DELHI: The multinational air exercise ‘Exercise Red Flag’ at the Nellis base of the U.S Air Force in Nevada entered its crucial phase following the crawl, walk and run pattern of exercising. The Indian Air Force (IAF) is ...
Vijender has to be content with bronze
Emilio Correa’s intelligence and lightning quick left proves too much for the Indian pugilist
Left against Malabar exercises
NEW DELHI: Registering its strong opposition to the next round of India-U.S. joint naval exercises on the west coast, the Communist Party of India (Marxist) on Thursday said that the Left parties and other democratic forces would ...
Coe all praise for Beijing; ready for London
BEIJING: Sebastian Coe, the Chairman of the London Olympics Organising Committee, was hearty in his praise for the Beijing Games as he addressed the media here on Friday. “You are unlikely to see Games of this stature ever ...
Jamaican men make up for women’s goof up
Dibaba becomes the first Ethiopian woman to bag a double at the Olympics; Brazil’s Maggi leaps to gold
Women’s relay team fails to make it
BEIJING: The Indian women’s relay team did far better than expected and yet finished 12th overall and seventh in its heat of the 4x400m event in the Olympics at the National Stadium here on Friday. The team of Satti Geetha, Manjeet ...
“CPI (M) began campaign against DMK a month ago”
Clear indication that it wants to leave alliance: Karunanidhi
Team India has staggered nets
Wicket at Premadasa may assist spinners
Hawkers’relocation creates more chaos
The already congested Thanikachalam Road-Thyagaraya Road junction becomes worse
Naidu to meet Karat in New Delhi
TDP chief receives special invitation from CPI (M) general secretary
Doctors see face transplants eventually becoming routine procedures
LONDON: Transplanting faces may seem like a chapter from science fiction, but doctors say the experimental surgical procedures could one day become routine. In papers from two of the world’s three teams that have performed partial face ...
Police hunting for person who opened ‘Al-Jihad’ site
Gwalior: Police is looking for a person who opened the site “Al-Jihad” at a cyber- cafe in the city on August 13 and when the owner of the cafe saw it, he suddenly closed the site and disappeared. The cyber-cafe owner, who ...
Experts suggest sparrow census
Mumbai: Voicing concern over the dwindling population of sparrows, experts have suggested a census of the bird. “We have sent a project to the Ministry of Environment and Forest to conduct a census of sparrows,” Bombay ...
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