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Chief Election Commissioner Gopalaswami ‘recommends’ removal of Navin Chawla
Suo motu act is constitutionally and democratically out of line, will damage institution

Onus now on LTTE: India
NEW DELHI: With Sri Lanka announcing a 48-hour pause in hostilities, India on Friday said the onus was now on the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam to allow the trapped civilians to move to the designated safe zones. “Our concern is ...

Respond to Rajapaksa’s offer, State government tells Tigers


India updated on probe: Qureshi
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said on Friday the country’s envoy in New Delhi had met Home Minister P. Chidambaram and “updated” him on the progress into the investigations on the dossier ...

Pakistan weighs response to Indian dossier
Material handed over to Pakistan contained curious omissions — logbook maintained by Kuber not shared

Satyam credits salaries to staff


India will not press for U.N. sanctions
Pakistan’s approach is one of the “Dance of the Seven Veils”

We’ll rescue citizens, asserts Colombo
No response from LTTE to deadline: Minister

Seafarers recount nightmare
Mumbai: Fifty-seven days after Somali pirates hijacked their ship, a group of 25 Indian seafarers are back from where many may now fear to tread. The Gulf of Aden, notorious for pirate attacks, was a nightmare they have survived. Returning ...

‘Divide and rule’ policy will not work: Rahul
AHMEDABAD: All-India Congress Committee general secretary Rahul Gandhi on Friday indirectly accused the BJP of following a policy of “divide and rule.” Addressing a youth meeting to mark the conclusion of the Gujarat ...

Money delivered at Kaur’s house was not for me: Justice Nirmal Yadav
She requests Chief Justice of India to reject in-house committee findings

India to sign IAEA safeguards agreement
New Delhi: India will sign its safeguards agreement with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in Vienna on Monday but several months are likely to elapse before any additional Indian reactor goes under international safeguards, ...

TENNIS
Nadal outlasts Verdasco in epic semis
Match lasts five hours and 14 minutes — the longest in the tournament’s history

Insider trading in Satyam established
HYDERABAD: Investigations into the multi-crore fraud in Satyam Computer Services by the Crime Investigation Department (CID) of the Andhra Pradesh police and Central agencies have confirmed that the promoters indulged in insider trading of the ...

S. Africa dethrones Australia
Perth: Australia was on Friday dethroned as the No. 1 team in one-dayers by South Africa, which defeated the host by 39 runs in the fifth match to clinch the ODI cricket series 4-1. The ODI series triumph follows South Africa’s ...

CRICKET
Power Play will once again be in focus
India bolstered by the return of Virender Sehwag

TENNIS
Bhupathi and Sania storm into final
MELBOURNE: Mahesh Bhupathi and Sania Mirza stood just one win away from their maiden mixed doubles Grand Slam title together after beating Czechs Lukas Dlouhy and Iveta Benesova 6-4, 6-1 in the Australian Open semifinals here on Friday. ...

Hemingway material to U.S.
BOSTON: When Gaylord Johnson Jr. was struggling with a term paper at the Phillips Academy in Andover, Massachusetts, he figured he could ask for help from someone who knew the material best: Ernest Hemingway. “I’ve read a ...

Centre will work for early restoration of peace in Sri Lanka, says Pranab
External Affairs Minister sends letter to Karunanidhi

On the wild side
Mumbai: A passion for tigers, trees, plants, rivers, birds, rare species, and all things natural, which led a motley bunch of professionals to make a mark in the area of wildlife conservation, has brought them recognition along the ...

Home they bring the warriors dead
As soldier suicides rise, U.S. Army vows to cope

Collectors restrained from granting permission for jallikattu till February 13


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