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BPCL Kochi Refinery-Global Tender for DDC1B Compressor
It does not change fuel assurance commitments, he says
CCPA gives the go-ahead
NEW DELHI: The Cabinet Committee on Political Affairs on Thursday gave its approval for the 123 Agreement to be signed between India and the U.S. in Washington. Ahead of External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee’s departure to ...
Terror trail links Kerala with Kashmir
Men shot dead in Lolab among dozens who have trained with Lashkar-e-Taiba since 2001
TDP backs Telangana
HYDERABAD: Making a significant departure from its known ideological stand of unified Andhra Pradesh, Telugu Desam president N. Chandrababu Naidu on Thursday announced his party’s decision to support statehood for Telangana. A ...
Bush assurance not worth anything: Karat
DAE exhibition at Vienna focuses on thorium use
CHENNAI: A pavilion organised by the Department of Atomic Energy (DAE) at Vienna, Austria, from September 29 to October 4, 2008, with a focus on using thorium for large-scale, world-wide generation of nuclear electricity was a star ...
Blasts amid Pakistan security session
ISI chief briefs MPs on internal security threat
Explorer of humanity wins Literature Nobel
“Frenchman, more so a citizen of the world ”
Kandhamal violence spreads to Boudh district
BHUBANESWAR: As the Orissa government was busy containing violence in riot-hit Kandhamal, rioters attacked a village in neighbouring Boudh district and burnt down houses early on Thursday. Initial reports indicated that about 15 houses ...
Sri Lankan Minister’s convoy attacked
One dead, seven sustain injuries
Ponting gets his first century on Indian soil
Simon Katich (66) adds 166 with his skipper for the second wicket
Ponting highly satisfied with century
Ishant, praised by the Australian skipper, feels the situation is evenly balanced
Church targeted, Infant Jesus statue damaged
Tight vigil at places of worship; Hindu Munnani activists held
Fire destroys warehouse in Manali
CHENNAI: Fire fighters battled for over ten hours a blaze that destroyed a warehouse in Manali, a northern suburb, on Thursday. Medicines, electronic goods, food stuff and reams of paper stocked in the warehouse went up in flames as the ...
Two IITs among top 200 universities
London: Two of the Indian Institutes of Technology have been ranked among the top 200 universities of the world in a list dominated by American educational institutions. IIT Delhi and IIT Mumbai, which found a place among the elite ...
Now, virtual worlds from Sony, Microsoft
Fish pedicure banned
AUSTIN: Texas has banned fish pedicure due to health and safety concerns, meaning salon customers can no longer enjoy the pleasure of hundreds of small fish nibbling away the dead skin from their feet. Texas Department of Licensing and ...
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