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Government of Assam -Tender Notice
Outcome of Finance Minister’s meeting
Obama poised for a big win
Historic presidential election in U.S. today Date with history for McCain, Obama
3G spectrum auction as scheduled
Prime Minister clears Raja’s proposal for levying one-time charge
Court: political will needed to check MNS violence
These are political questions: judge
India’s assistance is a goodwill gesture, says Sri Lanka
In Parliament, Foreign Minister Rohitha Bogollagama denies any secret deal
Chandrayaan leaves earth’s gravity
CHENNAI: Chandrayaan-1 on Tuesday became the first Indian-built spacecraft to leave the earth’s gravity and head towards the moon. It accomplished this significant milestone in its journey when it entered the lunar transfer orbit ...
Youngest of blast victims dies
The 5-year-old girl celebrated her birthday recently
Gambhir’s appeal rejected; Vijay in squad
Nagpur: Justice Albie Sachs, appointed the Appeals Commissioner by the ICC to hear Gautam Gambhir’s appeal over his one-Test ban, has upheld the penalty imposed by match referee Chris Broad. Gambhir — who elbowed Shane Watson ...
‘I am sure I could end up with 500 wickets’
Winning the series is more important than getting 300th scalp, says Harbhajan Singh
‘Crucial thing is to win first session’
Hussey hopes the Aussies can take confidence gained from Kotla into the final Test
Dalit youth killed in police firing
MADURAI: K. Suresh, a 19-year-old Dalit youth, was killed in police firing at E. Kottaipatti, one-and-a-half km from Uthapuram in Madurai district. The incident followed a clash that broke out between the police and villagers, who were ...
India for technological answer to climate change
Sibal says the world ‘must move away’ from the accent on patents
Pragnya undergoes narco tests
MUMBAI: Sadhvi Pragnya Singh Thakur, a suspect in the Malegaon blast case, on Tuesday underwent narco tests at Nagpada Police Hospital here. While she is in the city at the moment, she is likely to be shifted back to Nashik jail, said ...
Bill Gates and Anbumani discuss health initiatives
NEW DELHI: The co-chairs of Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Bill Gates and his father William Gates, called on Union Health and Family Welfare Minister Anbumani Ramadoss here on Tuesday. The senior members of the Foundation met the ...
Bhimsen Joshi happy
PUNE: Bhimsen Joshi, the legendary exponent of Hindustani classical music, was extremely happy for being chosen for the Bharat Ratna, the country’s highest civilian award. “I am extremely happy to accept this award on ...
The case of the clock heist
Israeli police finally crack a legendary 25-year-old museum theft
Sensex recovers from early lows
MUMBAI: Despite opening weak on Tuesday on profit taking, stock markets surged late afternoon and finished in the green after Finance Minister P. Chidambaram announced that State-owned banks had agreed to cut lending rates. The Bombay ...
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