Online edition of India's National Newspaper
Tuesday, December 02, 2008
ePaper | Mobile/PDA Version
Breaking News and Updates|
Know Your English
Life Documentary Film on Dr.A.P.J.ABDUL KALAM
Asks it to take strong action
Mumbai massacre story unfolds in terrorist’s interrogation
MUMBAI: For the past week, newspaper readers across the world gazed at photographs of the dark young man who, sack slung over his shoulder, was caught on closed-circuit camera minutes before he opened fire at commuters at a busy Mumbai railway ...
A journey into the Lashkar
Iman’s story shows it preys on the most vulnerable poor
Rice: Pakistan’s cooperation crucial
NEW DELHI: United States President George Bush has asked Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice to travel to India on Wednesday following a telephonic conversation he had with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, said External Affairs Ministry ...
Rice compliments India, Pakistan
NEW DELHI: United States Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, scheduled to travel to India on Wednesday, has complimented India and Pakistan on keeping the lines of communication open. According to a transcript of Ms. Rice’s ...
Dead men can also tell tales
R.R. Patil quits
Deshmukh sends resignation to party
The man who banned bar dancers
R.R. Patil had a controversial tenure as Deputy Chief Minister
I’ll remember the relief on hostages’ faces: commando
He recounts his encounter with terrorists
Composite dialogue: India presses the pause button
ISLAMABAD: The immediate fall-out of the Indian government’s allegation that the Mumbai attacks could be traced back to Pakistan is that New Delhi has pressed the “pause” button on the composite dialogue process, according to ...
Hillary named Secretary of State
U.S. President-elect Obama retains Robert Gates as Defence Secretary
“Punjabi dress came to my rescue”
Mumbai: Line Kristin Woldbeck, in her 30s from Norway, is among the few at Leopold Café who had a miraculous escape. She thinks she may have survived because of her Indian attire. Terrorists sprayed bullets into the popular café, ...
Key LTTE town captured: Colombo
NSG commandos relive anti-terrorist operations
Despite the gruelling action they show no sign of fatigue
Exports dip by 12% to $12.8 billion in October
However, shipments register over 23% rise in April-October
India loses bird flu-free status
NEW DELHI:Barely three weeks after India declared itself to be free from the highly pathogenic Avian Influenza (Bird Flu), the deadly disease showed up in Kamrup district of Assam last week. Consequently, India has notified the World ...
England set to return by Friday
Harmison and Flintoff among those not keen to return
“Four competing centres of influence in Pakistan”
New Delhi: India’s new war doctrine obviated the need for marching thousands of troops from distant cantonments to the border as was the case during ‘Operation Parakram,’ the troop build-up that took place after the ...
Congress not to “play politics” over terror: PM
Wants all political parties to join hands to curb the menace
Big names to battle it out in Chennai Open
Bryan twins will be making their first appearance
It’s business as usual in Leopold Cafe
MUMBAI: At 2 p.m. on Monday, Leopold Café reopened for business. The police had given the go-ahead and the restaurant wasted no time in opening its doors. Other than the bullet holes in the walls, there was no sign of the bloody ...
Godhra: bail pleas to be heard afresh
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday directed a sessions court in Godhra, Gujarat, to hear the bail pleas of 85 accused persons in the Godhra train carnage-related cases afresh and dispose of the applications expeditiously. A ...
‘None can steer economy better than Manmohan’
NEW DELHI: Although there is “unfinished work” in the Finance Ministry, the country’s economic growth will be “satisfactory” at 7-8 per cent this fiscal despite the ongoing slowdown, P. Chidambaram said at his ...
Spanish film wins Vasudha award
PANAJI: A Spanish film “Monday to Friday” by Albert Bayona won the Vasudha award in the environmental section of the international competition for short films held for the first time as part of the International Film Festival of ...
Fresh NBW against Raj Thackeray
Jamshedpur: A fresh non-bailable arrest warrant has been issued against Maharashtra Navnirman Sena chief Raj Thackeray after he failed to appear in a court here. This was in connection with a case pertaining to his alleged derogatory ...
Bus journey on the web
New Delhi: Commuters in the national capital can now plan their journey within the city on state-run air-conditioned buses in advance at the click of a mouse. The Delhi Integrated Multi-Modal Transit System has developed a web-based ...
Marans patch up with Karunanidhi
CHENNAI: Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi met his estranged grandnephews Kalanithi Maran and Dayanidhi Maran at his Gopalapuram residence on Monday, after an agreement was clinched by three of his children, M.K. Azhagiri, M.K. Stalin and ...
Read Today's supplements: Metro Plus | Education Plus | Book Review | Young World |
Send: Comments to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Letters to the Editor to: email@example.com with full postal address
News: ePaper | Front Page | National | Tamil Nadu | Andhra Pradesh | Karnataka | Kerala | New Delhi | Other States | International | Opinion | Business | Sport | Miscellaneous | Today's Headlines | Features: Magazine | Literary Review | Metro Plus | Open Page | Education Plus | Book Review | Business | SciTech | NXg | Friday Review | Cinema Plus | Young World | Property Plus | Quest |
Advts: Retail Plus | Classifieds | Jobs | Obituary | Updates: Breaking News |
The Hindu Group:
Home | About Us | Copyright | Archives | Contacts | Subscription
Copyright © 2008, The Hindu. Republication or redissemination of the contents of this screen are expressly prohibited without the written consent of The Hindu