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Chidambaram to hand over ‘dossiers’ to Rice
Manmohan hopes sense will prevail on Pakistan
SHILLONG: Prime Miniser Manmohan Singh on Saturday expressed the hope that “some sense” would prevail on Pakistan and it would hand over for trial the terrorists responsible for the September 26 attacks in Mumbai. Speaking to ...
“Next fiscal could be more difficult”
SHILLONG: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Saturday expressed concern over the effects of the global slowdown on the Indian economy, and said the situation during the next financial year could be “more difficult.” “We ...
Troops close in on Elephant Pass
COLOMBO: The Sri Lankan military on Saturday claimed that the fall of the strategically important Elephant Pass town, situated at the entrance of the Jaffna peninsula, was imminent. A statement from the Defence Ministry said troops of ...
Violence in Kolkata over auto ban
Kolkata: There was violence in some parts of the city on Saturday during a 12-hour taxi and autorickshaw strike called by Trinamool Congress-backed unions to protest against the seizure of autos and arrest of 18 people during Friday’s ...
DMK rule has taken State in reverse gear: Jayalalithaa
MADURAI: All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam general secretary Jayalalithaa began her campaign for the Thirumangalam by-election by appealing to the voters to put an end to the “anti-people and inefficient” State government ...
We need a new generation of role models and teachers: PM
He calls upon industry to invest more in research and development
No let-up in Israeli strikes in Gaza
Hamas reiterates ceasefire terms; toll 435
Oldest woman dies in Portugal at 115
LISBON: A Portuguese woman who lived to see five of her great-great grandchildren born and was believed to have been the world’s oldest person has died at the age of 115. Maria de Jesus died in an ambulance near the central Portuguese ...
The saga of a journal
KOLKATA: This journal enters its 114th year this month. Its subscriber base spans 125 countries. Its editorial office is in the sylvan surroundings of Mayavati in Uttarakhand at 6,400 feet. Prabuddha Bharat , started by Swami ...
Helpline for senior citizens being revived
CHENNAI: A toll-free helpline, which was launched sometime ago to address the security concerns of senior citizens, is being revived and expanded in the city, Commissioner of Police K. Radhakrishnan said on Saturday. The helpline, which ...
Dance festival gets under way
The third edition features a series of performances and lecture demonstrations
‘Vaikunta Ekadasi’ rituals on website
Closed circuit television sets installed in Srirangam temple for smooth conduct of the festival
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