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Against odds, PSLV-C11 successfully puts spacecraft into initial orbit
Interim bail for Raj Thackeray
MNS leader still faces many cases
Anti-MNS men torch train in Patna
PATNA: Retaliating against attacks on north Indians by activists of Raj Thackeray’s MNS in Mumbai, angry students in Bihar torched a train, vandalised railway stations and blocked rail movement, prompting police to fire in ...
Court: no need to transfer probe from Orissa police
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Wednesday rejected an application from the Archbishop of Cuttack, Raphael Cheenath, for a CBI probe into the rape of a nun, working at K. Nuagaon in Orissa, by a mob on August 25. A Bench consisting of ...
Sri Lanka has assured Tamils’ safety: Pranab
NEW DELHI: Sri Lanka has assured India that the safety and well-being of the Tamil community in that country will be taken care of and Basil Rajapaksa, Senior Advisor to the President of Sri Lanka, Mahinda Rajapaksa, will visit New Delhi ...
No merit in Vikas’ appeal transfer plea: Supreme Court
Argument of media glare will not hold water: counsel for Neelam Katara
India, Japan say new security ties not directed against China
Joint declaration creates framework for closer political, military interaction
“ISRO can put an Indian into space before 2015”
CHENNAI: “It is a complex and challenging task,” but the Indian Space Research Organisation can put an Indian astronaut into space before 2015, ISRO Chairman G. Madhavan Nair said on Wednesday. He told a press ...
Dream gone sour for Pakistani boy
ISLAMABAD: Nasir Sultan was convinced that all it would take for him to become a Shah Rukh Khan was to reach Mumbai, and Bollywood would be his. Instead, the 15-year-old Indian-movies-obsessed Pakhtun boy from the North-West Frontier ...
When those atheists go to town
London: The first atheist advertising campaign in the United Kingdom has beaten its funding target in less than 24 hours, raising five times the amount needed to have its posters on city buses here. Organisers of the campaign, which ...
“Pressure Colombo for political settlement”
NEW DELHI: External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee said in a suo motu statement in both Houses of Parliament here on Wednesday that New Delhi had emphasised to Colombo that the safety and security of the Tamil community ...
Sensitising government, a challenge for ICDS
Anganwadis have untidy storage bins and inadequate or no supply of Vitamin A tablets, says Vijayakumar
Higher power tariff plan dropped
Congress seeks action against LTTE supporters
CHENNAI: It is the responsibility of the State government to take strong action against supporters of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) and advocates of ‘Thani Tamizhnadu’ (exclusive Tamil nation), Congress Legislature ...
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