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BPCL Kochi Refinery-Global Tender for DDC1B Compressor
Management plans to sack 1,900 staffers
Booker Prize goes to Aravind Adiga
Jury chairman says "The White Tiger" overwhelmed him
Sri Lanka: Manmohan expresses concern
NEW DELHI: Even as Tamil Nadu political parties set a two-week deadline for the Centre to protect Sri Lankan Tamils from the Sri Lankan army, or face resignation by all MPs from the State, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has expressed ...
Mayawati calls Rae Bareli rally to “expose” Congress
She dubs Sonia’s ‘ready-to-go-to-jail’ statement a political drama
We’ll make it difficult for her: Congress
NEW DELHI: The war of words between the Congress and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati escalated on Wednesday, with the party virtually threatening that its workers had the capacity to make it difficult for her to tour the country, if she ...
Nuclear pact with Kazakhstan likely during PM’s visit
IBSA to collaborate on tackling global crisis
Leaders exchange views on international financial crisis; rise in energy and food prices
Adiga’s protagonist partly inspired by rickshawman
LONDON: “The White Tiger”, in the form of seven letters written by its rags-to-riches protagonist Balram Halwai to Chinese Prime Minister Wen Jiabao, has been praised for presenting the contrasting images of obscene wealth and deep ...
Pitch preparation affected by showers
Kumble is grappling with a sore shoulder
Second game too ends in a draw
Anand scores a psychological point in a complicated tussle
COMMONWEALTH YOUTH GAMES
Three Indians storm into semifinals
Four more pugilists vie for last-four berths
COMMONWEALTH YOUTH GAMES
Sikki and Saina enter semifinals
PUNE: Unseeded N. Sikki Reddy of India continued her impressive run in women’s singles badminton with a hard-fought 21-14, 22-20 win over Jonggowisastro Jessica of New Zealand to join the top-seed Saina Nehwal and Guru Sai Dutt ...
Kanimozhi submits resignation to Karunanidhi
Gunfire on Thai-Cambodia border
SINGAPORE: Prolonged tensions along a disputed stretch of the border between Thailand and Cambodia worsened on Wednesday, with troops briefly exchanging fire. While an Army spokesman said in Bangkok that one Cambodian soldier was killed ...
Resolution a farce, says Jayalalithaa
CHENNAI: AIADMK general secretary Jayalalithaa on Wednesday alleged that by demanding a ceasefire in Sri Lanka Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi was trying to protect the LTTE. In a statement, she described as “farce” ...
Adiga’s Booker win thrills friends, kin
People of Sydney and Mangalore celebrate achievement
RBI cuts CRR further by 100 basis points
Announces a slew of measures to pump in liquidity; releases one lakh crore into system
Markets in red again
Sensex nosedives over 670 points
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