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Over 100 people held or kept under surveillance
‘War on terror’ termed misleading notion
British Foreign Secretary distances his country from U.S.-led campaign label
India reacts to Miliband’s comments
NEW DELHI: India on Thursday disagreed with visiting British Foreign Secretary David Miliband’s views on Kashmir, saying that it does not need “unsolicited advice” on internal issues such as Jammu & ...
Three more on Satyam board
NEW DELHI: The Union government on Thursday increased the strength of the three-member board of crisis-ridden Satyam Computer Services Limited to six by nominating CII Chief Mentor Tarun Das, chartered accountant T.N. Manoharan and Suryakant ...
Our reliance was on management controls over financial reporting: Price Waterhouse
HYDERABAD: Price Waterhouse has informed Satyam Computer Services Limited that its audit reports and opinions in relation to the financial statements of the company should no longer be relied upon, in view of the contents of the letter written ...
SFIO team meets CID brass
HYDERABAD: A team of the Serious Fraud Investigation Office (SFIO) on Thursday examined the records available with the Crime Investigation Department (CID) of Andhra Pradesh Police as part of its ongoing probe into the multi-crore fraud in ...
Surprise over Miliband remarks on extradition
At odds with U.K.’s position on crimes by foreigners on its soil
No objection to fair trial in Pakistan: Pranab
New Delhi: Softening its stand that Pakistan should hand over perpetrators of Mumbai attacks and other fugitives, India has said it will have no objection if they are put through “fair trial” in that country itself. ...
Check infiltration of Bangladeshis, Centre told
Issue multi-purpose ID cards to Indian citizens in northeast: Supreme Court
Food, medicine destroyed as Israeli forces attack Gaza UN compound
DUBAI: Israeli forces attacked a United Nations compound in Gaza with phosphorus explosives despite the presence of UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon in the neighbourhood. A hospital was also hit in a locality on the outskirts of Gaza ...
China, world’s 3rd largest economy
Overtakes Germany; change occurs a year before expected
TCS makes marginal net profit in challenging market
Declares a quarterly dividend of Rs. 3 per share for the 18th consecutive year
CPI(M) seeks probe into Maytas projects
NEW DELHI: The Communist Party of India (Marxist) has raised questions over the role of the Maytas group in Andhra Pradesh and demanded that the Prime Minister order a probe into the various projects sanctioned to the companies by the State ...
Satyam episode: SEBI enquiries will focus on three areas
Hizb co-founder’s arrest could set stage for dialogue
Mohammad Ahsan Dar laid foundations for jihad in Jammu and Kashmir
Rohit joins an elite club; Mumbai in command
Vinayak Samant scores maiden first-class century in his 85th match; decisive spell by Zaheer Khan
Chennai may get 3G telephony first
CHENNAI: CellOne subscribers in Chennai could be the first in south India to have a taste of 3G mobile telephony with BSNL Chennai Telephones preparing to roll out next generation communications in February. A technical team of Chinese 3 ...
Miliband has a rural stint
LUCKNOW: British Foreign Secretary David Miliband has lauded the progress of development works in the Amethi parliamentary constituency in Uttar Pradesh. Mr. Miliband, who was on a visit there at the invitation of Member of Parliament ...
Rahman: we need to showcase our rich arts keeping in mind their universal appeal
Dedicates Golden Globe to country — “I wanted to win it for India”
Confession tribunal opens up after 830 years
ROME: One of the Vatican’s most secrecy-shrouded tribunals, which handles confessions of sins so grave only the Pope can grant absolution, is giving the faithful a peek into its workings — for the first time in its 830-year ...
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