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Global tender for supply of CR Coil
Global Tender for Stepless Capacity Control System of DDC1B Compressor
House set to unanimously elect Meira Kumar Speaker
Air France plane disappears
Paris: An Air France passenger aircraft that disappeared without a trace over the Atlantic Ocean after losing radio contact early on Monday could have been hit by lightning, an official of the airline told journalists in Paris. Air ...
Friends and kin of passengers numb with shock
Sarkozy says prospects of finding survivors are “very slim”
Villagers torch rail coaches
Ire over withdrawal of halts
Misinformation, says Mamata
KOLKATA: Denying any move to withdraw halts for express trains at Khusrupur in Bihar, Railway Minister Mamata Banerjee on Monday said such a report was “a deliberate act of a political personality for political gains.” ...
Halts of trains in parts of Bihar to be restored
“The decision to cancel 33 halts under the East Central Railway was taken at the local level”
Abduction of 400 students by Taliban feared
ISLAMABAD: More than 400 students were feared abducted by Taliban militants in the North Waziristan tribal area on Monday. According to reports on television, the staff and students of the Razmak Cadet College were abducted when they ...
India hopes attacks will end
NEW DELHI: The Government of India on Monday hoped that attacks on Indian students in Australia would end even as reports came in of an assault on another Indian student in Melbourne late on Saturday night. Talking to journalists, ...
Divergence in perception on attacks
NEW DELHI: There seems to be a divergence in the perception of the Indian and Australian governments on the origin of the racial attacks. While Indian High Commissioner to Australia Sujatha Singh has said that there is a racist element ...
3G roll-out top priority, says Raja
NEW DELHI: Union Minister of Communications and Information Technology A. Raja on Monday said the roll-out of 3G mobile service nationwide would be his top priority and auction of spectrum for the same would commence soon. Mr. Raja, who ...
Obama plans to shrink GM, give majority stake to government
NEW YORK: General Motors filed for bankruptcy protection on Monday as part of the Obama administration’s plan to shrink the automaker to a sustainable size and give a majority ownership stake to the federal government. GM’s ...
India operations unaffected
NEW DELHI: General Motors India, the Indian subsidiary of the bankrupt U.S. car major, on Monday said its operations in the country will remain unaffected and will go ahead with its planned launch of two more cars in 2009. ...
Indian warship on goodwill visit to Israel
Haifa: India’s front-line warship INS Brahmaputra has arrived on a four-day goodwill visit to this northern coastal city to reaffirm old ties with Israel. “The visit shows the importance India attaches to its relationship ...
Punjab MPs: ensure those guilty in Austria murder are punished
Foreign Office is in regular touch with embassy in Vienna: Krishna
Bill sparks fears among migrants
LONDON: Hundreds of Indian workers who came to Britain after 2006 fear losing their residency rights if the government goes ahead with a controversial Bill seeking to change the settlement rules with retrospective effect, according to the ...
U.N. team to probe Israel’s actions
DUBAI: Ignoring opposition from Israel, a United Nations team has entered Gaza to investigate possible war crimes and other violations of international law during Israel’s assault on the coastal strip earlier this year. The team is ...
Exports drop 33 % in April
Continued recession in U.S., Europe take a toll on trade
Industry outlines wish list
Emphasis on ensuring 8-9 per cent growth rate during 2009-10
Federer fights his way into the quarterfinals
Serena cruises ahead even as Jankovic makes her exit; Paes and Dlouhy march into the last four
Roland Garros still reeling from Nadal shocker
PARIS: French sports newspaper L’Equipe described the defeat as “an Earthquake” and Roland Garros was still reeling from the aftershock of Nadal’s first ever defeat here. Nadal’s ...
Two swine flu cases in Coimbatore
NEW DELHI: Two confirmed cases of A (H1N1) influenza have been reported from Coimbatore in Tamil Nadu. The patients — a 34-year-old woman and her five-year-old son — travelled to India from the United States via Dubai on May ...
No impact of slowdown on SEZ occupancy: State IT Minister
CHENNAI: The current economic slowdown has not affected the occupancy of government-promoted IT Special Economic Zones (SEZ) in the State, said Poongothai Aladi Aruna, Tamil Nadu IT Minister, on Monday. Talking to presspersons here, ...
Engineering student commits suicide
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