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It includes cut-off of U.S. cooperation: Rice
‘Insulating economy our priority’
Less inflow likely: Manmohan
“It’s a question of the system”
ON BOARD SPECIAL AIRCRAFT: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has suggested that sacking the Union Home Minister Shivraj Patil – as demanded by the Opposition and also by some in the Congress – would not necessarily help in ...
Centre rushes forces to Orissa
NEW DELHI: As the fury of communal violence continued to engulf Kandhamal district of Orissa, the Union Home Ministry on Wednesday rushed 10 more companies of Central para-military forces to help the State government. While six companies ...
Ganguly in squad for Australia Tests
CHENNAI: Sourav Ganguly has been included in the 15-member Indian squad for the first two cricket Tests against Australia later this month. The 36-year-old left-hander – whose omission from the Rest of India team for the Irani ...
Stampede death toll crosses 200
JODHPUR: The death toll in the Tuesday’s stampede at the fort temple of Chamunda Mata has crossed 200 — it was 147 on Tuesday — with more casualties being reported. . “Some of the bodies were taken to their ...
“Police did nothing, administration failed”
Tuesday’s stampede has led to a public outcry against government and the trust that administers the temple
High alert in Tripura after serial blasts
Chief Minister Manik Sarkar reviews situation at a high-level meeting; an act of desperation to create terror, says CPI(M)
Markets need regulations: Manmohan
ON BOARD a SPECIAL AIRCRAFT: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh told the media that India had embarked on economic reforms cautiously. On his way back after his U.S.-French tour, he said there was no “strong ideological ...
Congress leaders sound hopeful
Because of more insurance for people’s bank deposits
Another U.S. strike in Pakistan?
ISLAMABAD: Yet another missile strike by suspected U.S. drone in a Pakistani tribal region has killed at least six people. The missile strike reportedly targeted the home of a militant commander near the North Waziristan town of Mir Ali ...
Ganguly keeps his place
Badrinath and Amit Mishra get the nod
‘Alternative Nobels’ go to activists, journalist
Sarvodaya couple from Tamil Nadu share the honours
Scheme to grant pattas extended
CHENNAI: Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi on Wednesday announced that the scheme to grant pattas for houses built on encroached government poramboke lands five years ago will be extended by a year. In January 2007, the government announced ...
Groups clash in Uthapuram
Security to be upgraded in major temples
Surveillance cameras, metal detectors and scanners to be installed
Poornam Viswanathan dead
CHENNAI: Noted theatre person and character artiste Poornam Viswanathan passed away here on Wednesday after a brief illness. He was 87. Mr. Viswanathan was known for his remarkable performances in Tamil theatre and films. In every role ...
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