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Tatas pull out of Singur
We have a timeline and have made promises: Ratan Tata

Karnataka’s offer to Tatas
Bangalore: Karnataka Chief Minister B.S. Yeddyurappa has directed Minister for Large and Medium Industries Murugesh Nirani to visit Pune and Mumbai on Saturday to call on senior Tata Motors officials and impress on them to set up ...

Orissa Crime Branch to probe nun’s rape
Only a CBI investigation can bring the guilty to book: Archbishop Raphael Cheenath of Cuttack-Bhubaneswar

Patil warns Orissa government
NEW DELHI: Concerned over the continuing communal violence in Orissa’s Kandhamal district, Union Home Minister Shivraj Patil on Friday asked Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik to review the situation and take effective ...

A wide range of issues on the agenda
Both sides working hard to prepare grounds for signing of nuclear agreement: Mulford

Uncertainty over signing of 123 agreement during Rice visit
India ‘ok’ with draft Bush statement, will contest U.S. interpretations later

We cannot run a plant with police protection: Tata
KOLKATA: Chairman of the Tata Group Ratan Tata said here on Friday that Tata Motors was yet to decide where the Nano car project would be relocated. “We have got offers from three or four [State] governments that we are exploring. ...

It’s a loss, says Sen
Kolkata: “The eight crore people of West Bengal have suffered a loss with the exit of the Nano project from West Bengal and we do not know how to make it up,” Industry Minister Nirupam Sen said here on Friday. Pointing out ...

Fresh hope for Sarabjit
Islamabad: Pakistan Law Minister Farooq Naek will meet Indian death row prisoner Sarabjit Singh on Monday to review his case following the Indian government’s appeal for clemency for him, official sources said, raising hopes of his ...

Two killed in fresh violence in Orissa
Mob attacks houses of Christian families in the interior villages of Deopara and Sundhipingal

Create an environment of security: Patil
NEW DELHI: Union Home Minister Shivraj Patil on Friday asked Orissa Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik to implement a “strategy for creating an environment of security and confidence among all sections of the people.” In a ...

It’s distressing and unpardonable: Congress
“Naveen Patnaik not making use of paramilitary forces”

Brown move surprises Mandelson
LONDON: Peter Mandelson, one of the most controversial figures of the Blair era and currently the European Union’s Trade Commissioner, is back in government, seven years after he was forced to resign over allegations that he tried to ...

Staying calm is the key, says Kirsten
The Indian coach says that the seamers have shaped up well

Redmond, Guptill make merry
New Zealand ‘A’ ends first day at 270 for three

Nomura to buy Lehman’s India operations
Likely to retain nearly 2,000 strong workforce

Ig Nobel award for work on potato crisps…
Many win plaudits at irreverent highlight of the academic calendar

Astronaut’s diary goes on display in Jerusalem
The pages that survived the Columbia space shuttle crash

Centre to provide 1,200 KL diesel daily for captive power plants
CHENNAI: The Centre has agreed to provide 1,200 kilolitres (KL) of diesel every day for running captive power plants of industry to tide over the problem of power shortage in the State, according to Electricity Minister Arcot N. Veeraswami. ...

Chari, veteran photographer, passes away
CHENNAI: K. Narayanachari, retired Chief Photographer, The Hindu , passed away on Friday after a brief illness. He was 85. Born in 1923 in Chidambaram, Chari, as he was fondly known among colleagues and peers, had ...

Illegal construction in Sowcarpet demolished
CHENNAI: Unauthorised portions of a six-storeyed residential building in Sowcarpet were demolished on Friday by the Chennai Metropolitan Development Authority in association with the Chennai Corporation and police. It was the second ...

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