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India to await formal response
NEW DELHI: India on Monday said it would wait for a formal response from Pakistan before reacting to the steps taken by Islamabad to book the perpetrators of the Mumbai terror attacks. “We await a formal response. The picture is not ...
Kidnapped Indian in Afghanistan dead
NEW DELHI: Simon Paranthaman (39), kidnapped in Afghanistan for ransom, is dead, according to official sources here. “We have lost him,” they said. Paranthaman, who hails from a village near Kallakurichi in Villupuram ...
Major collision averted at Mumbai airport
MUMBAI: A major collision was averted at the airport here on Monday morning after an Indian Air Force helicopter, part of President Pratibha Patil’s convoy, was given clearance to land on a runway on which an Air India flight had been ...
Hasina proposes South Asia task force to combat terror
What is more important is the sincerity to fight menace of terrorism: Pranab
Age shows in the chromosome ends
Like shoelace casing, telemores protect DNA information
The Netherlands wins Punjab Gold Cup
India plays well, but surrenders at the finish; New Zealand is third
State to step up public spending
Despite economic slowdown and loss of revenue to the exchequer
Train derails after running over cattle
CHENNAI: EMU services on the Tambaram–Chengalpattu section were disrupted for about three hours on Monday morning due to the derailment of a suburban EMU train between Vandalur and Guduvancherry. Two wheels of the motor coach of ...
‘Slumdog Millionaire’ sweeps Baftas
March to the Oscars with latest wins in seven categories
Bug-eat-bug strategy to conserve art treasures
Caracas: Scientists have recruited bugs to kill other insects and micro-organisms which infest art and cultural treasures, boosting conservation efforts in hot climates. Biotechnology can unleash a bacillus to “explode the ...
Indian music gets a winning rhythm
NEW DELHI: Indian music, it seems, is the flavour of the year. Joining A.R. Rahman who has won a Bafta award is the tabla maestro Ustad Zakir Hussain, who has won the Grammy in the Contemporary World Music Album category for his collaborative ...
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