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Directors to search for new CEO, CFO
Golden Globes for Slumdog Millionaire
Composer A.R. Rahman becomes the first Indian to win the award
Manmohan reviews Satyam fallout
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Monday directed Cabinet Secretary K.M. Chandrasekhar to “coordinate the approach of the government” on the Satyam issue, following the revelation of a Rs. 7,100-crore accounting fraud by ...
Truckers call off agitation
NEW DELHI: Truckers on Monday called off their eight-day old strike after the All India Motor Transport Congress (AIMTC) and the Road Transport Ministry agreed to sort out issues raised by them in consultation with the State ...
Banks must support Satyam staff: new board
It urges large clients to release receivables early
DMK wins bypoll by 39,266 votes
Barring the AIADMK candidate, all others lose their deposit
‘Slumdog Millionaire’ just one shot away from the Oscars
Rahman has brought film music to global stage: Gulzar
Manmohan’s card to Zardari big news
After hoax call, the Aiwan-e-Sadr is not hiding New Year card
India, Afghanistan call for clampdown on terrorism
Afghan President Hamid Karzai visits India to express solidarity
NSD renews invitation
ISLAMABAD: India’s National School of Drama has reiterated its invitation to the Lahore-based Ajoka theatre group to participate in its ongoing theatre festival in New Delhi. Ajoka’s Madeeha Gauhar told The Hindu ...
Oil assets vulnerable to sabotage: Pranab
“Energy security concerns are central to our national interest”
'FDs unreal and fictitious'
HYDERABAD: The former Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of Satyam Computers, Srinivas Vadlamani, who is third accused in the case of defrauding the company, said in his confessional statement to the police that the fixed deposits as well as cash ...
Financial help likely: Kamal Nath
NEW DELHI: Union Commerce and Industry Minister Kamal Nath on Monday said the Centre might provide financial support to help the beleaguered Satyam Computer Services come out of its crisis. Asserting that the government would consider ...
Israeli troops surround Gaza city
Pressing reservists into action not panic move: Tel Aviv
World Bank ban on Wipro, Megasoft
WASHINGTON: India’s third largest software exporter Wipro joined bribery-tainted Satyam Computer Services in a club of companies barred for four years from doing business with the World Bank on charges of offering improper benefits to ...
UN rights panel condemns Israel
DUBAI: The United Nations Human Rights Council has condemned Israel on Monday for “grave violations” of human rights of the people of Gaza. The council also said that an international mission should be dispatched urgently to ...
Rohit, Nayar bail out Mumbai
Bhuvneshwar caps a memorable day with a five-wicket haul
Safina eases past Cirstea
Sania-Schiavone pair into the last eight at Hobart
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