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Charge sheet filed against 21 members for various blasts
New norms for opinion, exit polls
New Delhi: The Election Commission on Tuesday issued fresh guidelines banning telecast/publication of the results of opinion/exit polls 48 hours prior to the date of Assembly or Lok Sabha elections. In general elections having more than ...
CLB moved to sack Maytas boards
NEW DELHI: The government on Tuesday moved the Company Law Board (CLB) to supersede the boards of Maytas Infra and Maytas Properties, both promoted by the family of the former chairman of Satyam Computer Services, B. Ramalinga Raju. ...
Gold at a new high
MUMBAI: Gold seems to be enjoying a solo run amid global economic gloom. In spite of the global malaise of recession and the attendant job cuts and cut-backs in industrial production, gold continues to live up to the old adage of being a ...
UPA dispensation has come a cropper on all fronts, says Advani
“People will recognise the ‘hand’ responsible for the country’s ills”
Congress rejects Advani demand
NEW DELHI: The Congress on Tuesday charged the Bharatiya Janata Party with making “irresponsible” statements on the Mumbai terror attacks that provided fodder to Pakistan. Reacting to the Leader of the ...
Advani: I’ve always admired ‘Pranab da’
NEW DELHI: Setting aside political and ideological differences, Leader of the Opposition in the Lok Sabha L.K. Advani on Tuesday showered praise on External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee, describing him as the most trusted and reliable ...
Swamy assaulted in court hall
CHENNAI: Janata Party president Subramanian Swamy was assaulted by a group of advocates in the Madras High Court, in the presence of judges on a Division Bench, on Tuesday. The unruly behaviour continued for nearly 15 minutes despite ...
Bench records attack on Swamy
Report to be sent to Acting Chief Justice of High Court, CJI
Child soldiers in peril: UNICEF
“LTTE has intensified forcible recruitment of civilians”
Forest fires glow in Nilgiri Biosphere area
Kerala-Tamil Nadu-Karnataka tri-junction hit
The drought that killed ancient Angkor city
BANGKOK: A prolonged and intense drought may have contributed to the demise of Cambodia’s great ancient city Angkor, an American researcher said on Tuesday. Brendan M. Buckley, speaking on the sidelines of a three-day climate ...
‘Spider-man’ scales one more skyscraper
HONG KONG: A French daredevil scaled a 73-story Hong Kong skyscraper barehanded on Tuesday, in his latest attempt to draw attention to global warming by climbing up the world’s tallest buildings. Alain Robert, dubbed the French ...
Anbazhagan presents pro-farmer budget
CHENNAI: Beginning this April, a whole range of products, including i-Pods, MP 3 and MP 4 players and commodities such as pepper and cumin seeds, will be cheaper in the State. Also, farmers who repay their crop loans they take from ...
Tender for viaduct for Metro Rail finalised
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