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Life Documentary Film on Dr.A.P.J.ABDUL KALAM
“Everyone’s obligation to bring perpetrators of the crime to book”
Ashok Chavan to be Chief Minister
Narayan Rane puts up stiff resistance, attacks party leaders in the State
CPI(M), AIADMK to enter into alliance
Petrol prices cut by Rs.5, diesel by Rs.2
NEW DELHI: Responding to the demands for fuel price cuts, the government on Friday cut the retail price of petrol by Rs.5 a litre and that of high speed diesel by Rs.2 a litre terming it as an “interim measure” in view of the ...
Mega uranium deal with Russia
Two sides agree to set up four more nuclear power plants at Kudankulam
Terrorist’s name lost in transliteration
Unable to communicate in Punjabi, police misspelt Lashkar operative’s caste
Congress didn’t keep its word, says Rane
“I had the support of at least 45 of the 97 legislators”
Sino-Indian exercises today
Belgaum: The Sino-Indian Joint Military Training and Exercise “Ex Hand-in-Hand 2008,” which is all set to commence at the Belgaum field on Saturday, aims at developing combat strategies to counter terrorism.This exercise — ...
A taxi ride cost mother and daughter their lives
Mumbai: On Wednesday, November 26, Zarina Shamsuddin Sheikh and her daughter Reema Rabool Sheikh took the most expensive taxi ride ever. The ride cost them their lives. They were on their way to the house of Reema’s sister, Ruma Arif ...
Muslim organisations to scale down celebrations
Half-baked and dangerous: CPI(M)
Party cautions against warmongering
Bird flu spreads to two more districts
About 60 RRTs are carrying out culling of ducks and chickens in Assam
Chidambaram admits to lapses in security
MUMBAI: Union Home Minister P Chidambaram admitted here on Friday that there were “lapses” in the security mechanism. He, however, promised that the Central and State agencies would make a determined effort to root out ...
Chidambaram admits to security lapses
MUMBAI: Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram admitted here on Friday that there were “lapses” in the security mechanism. He, however, promised that the Central and State agencies would make a determined effort to root out ...
Steady progress towards Kilinochchi, says Colombo
COLOMBO: The Sri Lankan military on Friday announced the capture of two more LTTE “strongholds” in the Kilinochchi district. The Defence Ministry said here troops had struck “a huge blow on the gates of the LTTE run ...
22 killed in Peshawar blast
ISLAMABAD: At least 22 people were killed and 70 injured in a massive explosion in a crowded market in Peshawar on Friday night. The North-West Frontier Province Chief Minister Ameer Haider Khan Hoti at once alleged a “foreign ...
No ‘Black Day’ today
New Delhi: A Muslim body fighting for rebuilding of Babri Masjid in Ayodhya will not observe a ‘Black Day’ on Saturday to protest against the demolition of Babri Masjid to express solidarity with the victims of the Mumbai terror ...
India, Russia sustain business ties: Kamal Nath
Both nations asked to explore joint investment in IT, banking
Economy revival measures from today
It will not be a single package. There will be a first package, second and third part of it, says Kamal Nath
GM launches new Chevrolet Aveo U-VA
BANGALORE: The engineering centre of General Motors India here is fast becoming a ‘power train hub’ for the entire Asia Pacific operations of the company, GM President and Managing Director Karl Slym said here on Friday. The ...
Sushil defends title in 66kg category
After a two-year sabbatical Anuj Choudhary makes a strong comeback
Reg Dickason likely to submit report on Sunday
Return to India, Kirsten urges the England team
Happy thought: how mere strangers can cheer you up
New York: How happy you are may depend on how happy your friends’ friends’ friends are, even if you don’t know them at all. And a cheery next-door neighbour has more effect on your happiness than your spouse’s mood. ...
Indian Summer for London
LONDON: Indian flowers will bloom here next summer: the British Museum is planning an Indian-themed garden on its lawns as part of a season of Indian art and culture. The garden, complete with scented flowers and medicinal herbs and ...
Rapid Action Force deployed
CHENNAI: Two companies of Rapid Action Force drawn from the Central Reserve Police Force were deployed in Chennai and its suburbs as part of the heightened security arrangements, Director-General of Police K.P. Jain said on ...
Rs.500 cr. sanctioned to provide immediate relief
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