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Former Satyam chief and his brother lodged in jail; chief financial officer also arrested
Probe to cover eight other family firms
ICAI serves show-cause notice on Price Waterhouse
Baalu’s bid to end truckers’ strike
NEW DELHI: Union Shipping, Road Transport and National Highways Minister T.R. Baalu has convened a meeting of State Transport Ministers for Monday, in a bid to end the strike by the All India Motor Transport Congress (AIMTC), which entered the ...
Raju treated with kid gloves
In contrast, Eenadu group chief Ramoji Rao was subjected to rough treatment
SEBI likely to move court to quiz Raju
HYDERABAD: The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) is likely to approach the court on Monday seeking permission to examine Satyam chairman B. Ramalinga Raju over the alleged irregularities in his company. The visiting ...
Raju led the Board of Directors up the garden path
HYDERABAD: Satyam’s ex-Chairman B. Ramalinga Raju led the eight members on his Board of Directors up the garden path during their meeting on December 16 by presenting a rosy picture of the company’s finances and violated the spirit ...
Fuel prices cut likely in the next few days, says Deora
Mumbai: Union Petroleum Minister Murli Deora on Saturday said the government was considering a further reduction of up to Rs. 5 a litre in petrol, Rs. 3 a litre in diesel and Rs. 25 in LPG (cooking gas) cylinder in the next few days. ...
No tie-up with BSP for elections: Karat
KOCHI: Communist Party of India (Marxist) general secretary Prakash Karat has ruled out the possibility of an electoral understanding between the Left and the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) for the coming Lok Sabha elections. “There ...
Pranab rules out Israeli-type action against Pakistan
New Delhi: India on Saturday virtually ruled out any Israeli-type action against Pakistan in the wake of the Mumbai terror attacks, saying the situation was not comparable. External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee, however, maintained ...
“Pakistan can provide legal help to Ajmal”
Berhampore (West Bengal): India will allow Pakistan to provide legal assistance to Ajmal Amir, the only survivor among the terrorists who struck in Mumbai, External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee said on Saturday. ...
Where’s the bailout for the hungry?
The global outcry is all about the multinational banks that are under threat
Gilani equates Mumbai attacks with Gaza
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s Prime Minister Yusuf Raza Gilani has sought to compare the Mumbai attacks with the Israeli strikes on Gaza and what he called the “immense torture” of the Kashmiri people by the Indian government. ...
My husband died a hero’s death: Vinita Kamte
It was made out that the 3 officials went into the attack without thinking
Devvarman in final as Schuettler pulls out
Cilic tames Granollers in straight sets
Dossier is credible, but give Pakistan some time: Mulford
New Delhi: The U.S. has contended that the dossier given by India to Pakistan on the Mumbai attacks was “credible” but suggested that New Delhi should allow time to Islamabad to act on it. U.S. ambassador to India David C. ...
If not Sanjay, then his wife can contest: SP
NEW DELHI:Charging the Congress with failing to reach an understanding with it on seat sharing, the Samajwadi Party (SP) on Saturday released its second list of 17 candidates for the Lok Sabha elections. With this the party has announced ...
2 ULFA men killed in encounters
Guwahati: Two cadres of the United Liberation Front of Asom were killed in two encounters on Saturday, one at Maligaon here and the other in Baksa district. The police arrested three cadres from the Chandmari and Noonmati areas of the city ...
Fear of terror never left her; perhaps it never will
The bad news came when Snehalata called up husband at CST
Musical start to Chennai Sangamam
CHENNAI: Funds for constructing a Chamber Hall in Chennai will be sanctioned if the State Government sends a proposal within seven weeks, Union Tourism Minister Ambika Soni said here on Saturday. Participating in the inauguration of ...
Unauthorised commercial buildings sealed
CHENNAI: The Chennai Corporation has ordered sealing of an unauthorised commercial building each at Kolathur and T. Nagar, in the first such action following the amendment to the Town and Country Planning Act. Until now, local ...
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