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BPCL Global Tender - Ex-situ regeneration
Its squads found overall adherence to the code “satisfactory”
Tamil Nadu officials shifted
CHENNAI: Madurai Police Commissioner K. Nandabalan has been shifted on the direction of the Election Commission. Abhash Kumar, an officer of the 1990 batch, is the new Commissioner. The move follows an enquiry into complaints of money ...
Rahul non-committal on any post-poll allies
“Manmohan for Prime Minister if Congress has the numbers”
Tamils stage protest in London
LONDON: Tamils staged a protest in front of the Indian High Commission here on Tuesday, prompting the mission to serve a demarche on the British Foreign Office, seeking adequate security to prevent demonstrators from paralysing its ...
Obama ends tax sops to outsourcing firms
Washington: “Say no to Bangalore and yes to Buffalo,’ seems to be the latest mantra of U.S. President Barack Obama as he struggles to bring the ailing American economy back on track. Keeping one of his major election ...
Obama’s tax measure: ‘a retrograde step’
It would harm the interest of U.S. corporations, says FICCI
Congress slip-ups give BJP a chance
Faced with what looked like a total whitewash, the BJP now has a small window of opportunity in the national capital
KEY CONSTITUENCY - SIKAR
Can the CPI(M) pull off Sikar?
The Left party has emerged as a force to reckon with in this constituency
“Atmosphere in favour of Congress”
I have no personal enmity with Vasundhara Raje
Aircraft door yanks off at Mumbai airport
Mumbai: A door of a Mangalore-bound Air India flight IC 179 (BOM-IXE) yanked off just after boarding at the Mumbai airport at 11.10 a.m. on Tuesday. All 172 passengers on board were safe. The incident happened while the aircraft was ...
Smith masterminds royal thrashing for Kings
Naman Ojha provides ideal support in opening stand; Amit Singh returns sensational figures
Daredevils thumps Knight Riders, tops table
DURBAN: Delhi Daredevils piled on the agony on Kolkata Knight Riders here on Tuesday, handing the ‘cellar dweller’ its seventh defeat in nine matches this season. With the win, Daredevils reached the top of the table with 10 ...
1,35,000 engineering seats will be available this year
CHENNAI: Around 1,35,000 seats in 41 disciplines in B.E and B.Tech courses will be available for students in Tamil Nadu engineering colleges in 2009 with 85,000 seats to be allotted through counselling, conducted by Anna University, according ...
Opening of new lounge at Chennai airport soon
CHENNAI: A 960-square metre lounge has been created at the Chennai international terminal for passengers coming from or going to remote parking stands of aircraft by coaches. The facility will be commissioned in the next few ...
“Difficult to save tigers without protecting habitats”
CHENNAI: An apex-level consultation involving Forest officials, scientists, wildlife experts and the corporate sector will be held in New Delhi in July to formalise the recommendations of the four national-level consultations on the future of ...
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