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Hits out at Pakistan-based terror groups
Bailout of AIG calms nerves
But worries persist about the health of the global financial system
Cabinet discusses security
NEW DELHI: A special Cabinet meeting on Wednesday night saw Union Home Minister Shivraj Patil presenting a concept paper on terrorism, internal security and plans to tackle the newly emerging “metro terrorism.” The meeting, ...
No payment crisis in bourses
NEW DELHI: Despite foreign institutional investors (FIIs) pulling out over $1 billion so far from India, the government does not visualise any grave threat to the economy. The domestic capital markets, though, are expected to be impacted by ...
India and Nepal decide to step up economic relations
New Delhi to promote industrialisation in Kathmandu
Disclose details of conversions: Gowda
MANGALORE: Janata Dal (Secular) president H.D. Deve Gowda on Wednesday urged Chief Minister B.S. Yeddyurappa to place before the people details of religious conversions, if at all they had really taken place during the 100-day BJP rule in ...
Karunanidhi writes to Manmohan on OBC reservation issue
“The 27 per cent reservation for OBCs not being implemented fully”
Water storage to last till December 2009
CHENNAI: The present combined storage of 3.6 thousand million cubic feet in the four city reservoirs is sufficient to meet the city’s water requirement till January 2009. With the water to be realised from the Kandaleru reservoir, ...
“Tatas waiting to return”
Kolkata: The Tata Motors authorities “are anxiously waiting to come back” but still think the situation in Singur is not congenial to resume work on the Nano project, according to West Bengal Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee. ...
Somali pirates hijack vessel with 18 Indians
Whereabouts unknown, but merchant tanker is reported to be safe
U.S. Embassy in Yemen attacked
Indian among 16 killed; second such attack in Sana’a
Tauqeer’s mother asks him to come out and clear his name
“If he is guilty, hang him in front of me”
Sri Lanka: high-profile LTTE hideout bombed
Match-winning knock by Badrinath
Indian top-order falters while chasing down a modest total
Birds galore in Kolleru
Great White Pelican joins list of birds at the cleaned-up lake
Fall in number of migratory waterbirds
New York: The numbers of migratory waterbirds travelling across Africa and Eurasia have fallen by more than 40 per cent owing to habitat destruction and wetlands exploitation, a report has said. The report was prepared for a meeting ...
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