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BPCL Global Tender - Ex-situ regeneration
We are hopeful of a positive outcome, says M.K. Narayanan
An escape from hellhole
Survivors talk of the harrowing time in the last few weeks
Left, allies will jointly decide: Karat
“We consider JD(U) a secular party”
Pause in fighting hurt civilians: Army
LTTE utilised the period to fortify its positions and push the civilians deeper into the NFZ
Exert pressure on Sri Lanka, says Karat
“Naval exercise is part of Washington’s plan to draw India into its security alliances in the region”
Taliban pulling out of Buner
Islamabad: Heavily-armed Taliban, who had infiltrated into Pakistan’s Buner district, near here, began pulling out of the town on Friday. The move follows the government’s warning that it would use force, amid reports of a ...
‘No peace-keeping force needed’
KOLKATA: The situation in Sri Lanka was grave but it did not warrant India sending a peace-keeping force there, Minister of State for External Affairs Anand Sharma said here on Friday. “It’s an evolving situation ...
Communalism in coastal Karnataka
Hatred based on religion is not limited to organised groups of fundamentalists but has spread across the social canvas
Court orders probe into Ajmal’s age
To be done under Juvenile Justice Act
Amnesty calls for the release of Binayak Sen
LONDON: Amnesty International on Friday joined a growing list of individuals and organisations that have called for the release of Binayak Sen, a rights activist jailed in Chhattisgarh for alleged Maoist links. Amnesty described the ...
ELECTIONS 2009 - TALKINGHEADS
“SC vote back to Congress in a big way”
Action cannot be taken against police officers without substantial material: State
New Delhi: The Tamil Nadu government on Friday maintained in the Supreme Court that it could not take any action against two senior IPS police officers in connection with the February 19 lathi charge without substantial material. The ...
Advani: will face terror head on
Araria/Kathihar: BJP’s prime ministerial candidate L.K. Advani on Friday vowed to stamp out terrorism if the National Democratic Alliance is voted to power. Mr. Advani dubbed terror as the biggest challenge facing the ...
India-Poland pacts on healthcare, tourism
More scope for expansion of bilateral trade, says Kaczynski
Bopara takes Kings XI to first victory
His knock contains five 6s and four 4s; Abdullah picks up four wickets
Tale of 10 villages in MM Hills
People frustrated by unkept promises made by politicians
“Left may ally with Congress after polls”
New Delhi: West Bengal Chief Minister and senior CPI(M) leader Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee has not ruled out the possibility of the Left parties working with the Congress again if the situation warrants after the Lok Sabha polls. “We ...
Kings, Knights to cross swords
Cape Town: With two wounded sides smarting from narrow defeats in their respective previous outings, a no-holds-barred battle is on the cards when Kolkata Knight Riders crosses swords with Chennai Super Kings in the DLF-Indian Premier League ...
Can Mumbai Indians tame Deccan Chargers?
Both sides are unbeaten in the tournament so far
Nuclear weapons in safe hands: Gilani
General Kayani vows to defeat terrorism at all costs
Maruti Suzuki net drops by 30 % to Rs. 1,219 crore
Plans to invest in plant upgradation and new model launches
Sachin’s wax statue launched at Madame Tussauds
London: Sachin Tendulkar became the first Indian sportsperson to grace the world-famous Madame Tussauds, with a life-size wax statue of the master blaster being unveiled here on Friday coinciding with his 36th birthday. The statue had been ...
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