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Govt. of Assam-Tender Notice
Economy will grow at 7-8%: Chidambaram
‘Action will bolster Citigroup’s morale’
The bold move is the latest in a string of high-profile U.S. government bailout efforts
I was tortured, says Purohit
Mumbai: Malegaon blast suspect Lieutenant-Colonel Prasad Purohit on Monday levelled allegations of torture against the Maharashtra Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) in court. He was produced, along with six other suspects — Pragnya Singh ...
Congress harps on corruption, BJP focus on development in Madhya Pradesh
Mayawati’s BSP and Uma Bharti’s Bharatiya Jan Shakti Party may throw up surprises
India may share Samjhauta probe details with Pakistan
Madhukar Gupta to hold talks with Interior Secretary Kamal Shah today
India seeks doubling of World Bank aid
NEW DELHI: Finance Minister P. Chidambaram on Monday indicated that India was seeking doubling of World Bank aid to $6 billion (Rs. 30,000 crore) each year to tackle the slowdown in capital inflows and spur economic growth through higher ...
All-party meet on Tamils issue today
High death toll in Kilinochchi battle
LTTE marshals reserves to save administrative capital
Husain’s film dropped from public show
Decision follows pressure from activists of Hindu Janjagruti Samiti
Film highlights farmers’ plight
PANAJI: The in-depth coverage of the farmer suicide incidents by The Hindu has resulted in a rare Hindi film highlighting the problems of the Vidarbha farmers. The film Summer 2007 was screened at ...
Duckworth/Lewis method explained
The Duckworth-Lewis method, which is used for revising targets in abridged ODIs, is an intricate solution — certainly the best at the moment — to a complex problem. The Hindu attempts to throw light on it by answering ...
Back home from a sea of troubles
Five of 22 crew members of Stolt Valor arrive in Mumbai amid scenes of joy
Hackers go for surgical strikes
SAN JOSE: Internet criminals have been getting more “professional” for years, trying to run their businesses like Big Business to get better and more profitable at selling stolen data online. Now the bad guys of the ...
Art needs to be made part of school curriculum
Aanmajothi’s National Music and Dance Festival inaugurated
Solar panels on graves give power to a town
MADRID: A gritty, working-class town outside Barcelona has placed a sea of solar panels atop mausoleums at its cemetery, transforming a place of perpetual rest into one buzzing with renewable energy. Flat, open and sun-drenched land is ...
Bodies mixed up at government hospital
CHENNAI: The bodies of two patients who died on Sunday at the Government General Hospital here were mixed up on Monday, leading to relatives of one of the deceased staging a protest at the hospital. A mortuary attendant has been ...
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