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The law will take its course in the case: Karunanidhi
Obama says India will be top priority
“I believe India is a strategic partner of the U.S. in 21st century”
Fuel price review in a week: Deora
NEW DELHI: Under pressure from across the floor for a reduction in fuel prices, Union Minister for Petroleum and Natural Gas Murli Deora on Thursday informed the Lok Sabha that the Union government was reviewing the situation and would ...
Financial crisis to dominate Asia-Europe summit
Everyone agrees on the need for discussions, but solutions remain elusive
India offers shorter stint for its diplomats in Pakistan
ISLAMABAD: The tense security environment in Pakistan’s capital has forced India to offer its diplomats and officials posted here the option of a two-year stint instead of the usual three years. Eventually, Pakistan is to become a ...
Bihar comes to the rescue of Maharashtrians
MUMBAI: It is an experience 70-year-old Kumud Pawde and many others will not forget in a hurry. She and 64 members of a group touring Buddhist places of pilgrimage were stuck in a bus near Patna while riots broke out on October 21. They almost ...
Jayalalithaa dubs Vaiko’s arrest political vendetta
CHENNAI: AIADMK general secretary Jayalalithaa on Thursday condemned the arrest of MDMK general secretary Vaiko and the party’s presidium chairman M. Kannappan, describing it as an act of political vendetta. In a statement here, ...
Law students attack Deputy High Commission
CHENNAI: A group of students of the Madras Law College attacked the Sri Lankan Deputy High Commission at Teynampet here on Thursday damaging property and injuring a staff member. They raised slogans condemning the killing of Tamils in Sri ...
When the ‘Little Masters’ got together
Gavaskar and Tendulkar in an engaging conversation
Resolving border issue with China taking time: Pranab
NEW DELHI: India on Thursday said the process of resolving the border dispute with China was “taking time.” But both sides were committed to resolving their outstanding disputes through dialogue. Speaking in the Rajya Sabha ...
Tendulkar, a bad sport: Gilchrist
Melbourne: While efforts are being made by both Indian and Australian players to keep emotions under control in the current cricket Test series, former wicket-keeper Adam Gilchrist questioning Sachin Tendulkar’s honesty during the ...
Chandrayaan’s orbit raised
CHENNAI: The first manoeuvre to raise the orbit of Chandrayaan-1, India’s first spacecraft to the moon, was accomplished on Thursday when the spacecraft’s liquid apogee motor (LAM) was fired for nearly 18 minutes. The engine firing ...
Krkic stars in Barcelona’s big win
Captain John Terry’s late strike gives Chelsea win over AS Roma
VCK stir hits train services
Protests against attacks on Sri Lankan Tamils
Palm oil price reduced by Rs. 5
CHENNAI: The retail price of palm oil sold through fair price shops under the special public distribution system has been reduced from Rs. 40 a litre to Rs. 35. Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi issued an order with a view to controlling prices ...
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