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Govt. of Assam-Tender Notice
Sporadic protests in second phase of Assembly elections
Manmohan moots task force to deal with terror
Tells police force to win people’s faith
North East scribes pay the ultimate price
BJP for urgent steps to deal with recession
It demands an immediate rollback of fuel prices
Dead NRI teenager saves lives through organ donation
LONDON: An NRI teenager has saved the lives of five strangers after a ‘chance remark’ to her mother led to her organs being donated after she died suddenly from meningitis. The family of Ruby Nagra authorised doctors to ...
Raj Thackeray calls on Shiv Sena supremo
MUMBAI: After a gap of over two-and-a-half years, Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) president Raj Thackeray on Sunday called on his uncle and Shiv Sena chief Bal Thackeray and had an informal meeting with him for over an hour at Matoshri. ...
APEC warns against protectionism
Pacific Rim nations endorse conclusions of G-20 summit
Hu: China upholding global financial stability
Macroeconomic regulation strengthened, he says
India wins thriller, clinches series
England fails to negotiate revised Duckworth/Lewis target
New Brazil plan to save Amazon tribes
Radar to be used to locate groups of isolated Indians
IFFI sheds obsession with Bollywood, shifts focus to Kerala, north-east
“Indian filmmaking is not just the Bombay Hindi film industry”
Goof-ups mar film festival; film-maker and entire crew denied entry
PANAJI: The International Film Festival of India in its 39th avatar now is not free of goof-ups. Many films, including Jabbar Patel’s Antardhwani, a tribute to Pandit Shiv Kumar Sharma, played to half empty halls even as keen ...
Historian Heitzman dead
Bangalore:James Heitzman (October 27, 1950-November 15, 2008), historian of SouthAsia and urban studies scholar, passed away in Stanford hospital, California, while receiving treatment for cancer. He received his Doctorate in history ...
Vatican ‘forgives’ John Lennon
LONDON: The Vatican has forgiven late English singer John Lennon for saying four decades ago that the Beatles were “more popular” than Jesus Christ. Mr. Lennon told a British newspaper in 1966 that he didn’t know “which ...
Panel recommends 3 per cent reservation for Arundathiyars
Work on State library complex begins
The complex will be an iconic building in the entire State: Minister
Karunanidhi looks forward to ensuring Tamils’ safety
CHENNAI: Even as he received the Santhome Communications Centre’s Lifetime Achievement Award on Sunday for his accomplishments as a writer, orator, poet, actor and statesman, Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi had a different list of ...
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