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BPCL Kochi Refinery-Global Tender for DDC1B Compressor
CRR cut further; Chidambaram cancels visit to Washington
Market mayhem continues
MUMBAI: After tanking over 1000 points within minutes of opening, the benchmark Sensex staged a moderate recovery but still closed lower by more than 800 points at 10527.80, the lowest in more than two years, on a sell-off spree which mirrored ...
Sensex crashes 800 points on panic selling
Reserve Bank move to cut CRR fails to prop up market
Sharp swing in U.S. stocks
NEW YORK: Stock prices swung sharply in early trading on Friday as investors again dumped stocks but also scooped up shares that have been devastated by more than a week of intense and panicked selling. The Dow Jones industrials, down ...
Manmohan offers dialogue
“J&K polls will be free and fair”
We can make borders irrelevant: PM
SRINAGAR: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh told a press conference here on Friday that good relations with Pakistan, “our very important neighbour to the North are an essential part of our policy.” “My vision of ...
Pakistan voices concern over Siachen
Seeks full normalisation of relations on the basis of mutual respect, peaceful co-existence
‘Mr. Cricket’ oozes cricketing wisdom
Australia finishes with 430; Virender Sehwag races to an unbeaten 43
Hussey terms his century as rewarding
A great feeling to get five wickets on a slow wicket at home, says Zaheer
Singur residents demand Nano back
KOLKATA: A section of residents of Singur started an indefinite agitation there from Friday demanding that the Tata Motors small car project — which has now been relocated to Sanand in Gujarat — be set up in Singur as originally ...
EC holds discussions on J&K polls
NEW DELHI: The Election Commission on Friday held a meeting with Union Home Secretary Madhukar Gupta and reviewed the situation prevailing in Jammu and Kashmir for holding Assembly elections. Sources said that the Commission discussed with Mr. ...
REC to provide Rs. 7,627 cr. for two power projects
Security tightened for churches
CHENNAI: The police have beefed up security for churches and other Christian institutions in Tamil Nadu in the wake of attacks on Christians and churches in Orissa and Karnataka, DGP K.P. Jain said. A press release from the DGP said so ...
Bajrang Dal warns Centre
New Delhi: The Bajrang Dal, which has been accused of masterminding anti-Christian violence in several States, has challenged the government to ban it, warning that authorities will face the “consequences” if it is outlawed. ...
Shark in ‘virgin birth’
RICHMOND: Scientists have confirmed the second case of a “virgin birth” in a shark. In a study reported on Friday in the Journal of Fish Biology, scientists said DNA testing proved that a pup carried by a ...
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