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Global Tender for Stepless Capacity Control System of DDC1B Compressor
Madani funnelled operatives to targets across India: police
Focus on aam aadmi, Manmohan tells Pranab
Wants budget to reflect priorities outlined in President’s speech
26/11: Advani seeks inquiry commission
No need. To ask for a commission after six months is surprising: Chidambaram
Protests continue in Kashmir
SRINAGAR: The continuing general strike against the death of two women at Shopian affected normal life in the Kashmir Valley on Friday also. Demonstrations were held in various parts of the State and police arrested JKLF chief Mohammad ...
Challenge and opportunity before the new Lok Sabha
NEW DELHI: A part of the unanimous resolution that the Lok Sabha adopted on September 1, 1997 at the conclusion of a special session convened to mark 50 years of India’s Independence may now sound like an idealistic formulation from a ...
Another Indian student attacked in Australia
Melbourne: Notwithstanding assurances by the Australian government that it would not tolerate racial violence, another Indian student was beaten up by a group of youths here on Friday, the tenth to be assaulted within a space of a ...
Dismantle terror network first: Krishna
“Saeed release only shows that Islamabad is not serious about tackling terror”
Gilani for early resumption of talks
ISLAMABAD: It is not clear yet how the Pakistan government plans to deal with Jamat-ud-dawa chief Hafiz Saeed, but Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani made another pitch on Friday for resumption of dialogue with India and a quick solution on the ...
India has role to play in Afghanistan: Holbrooke
ISLAMABAD: India has a legitimate role to play in the search for stability in Afghanistan and the region, the U.S. special envoy on Pakistan and Afghanistan, Richard Holbrooke, said on Friday. Mr. Holbrooke’s two-day visit, that he ...
Karia Munda, consensus candidate for Deputy Speaker
NEW DELHI: Bharatiya Janata Party’s tribal leader from Jharkhand Karia Munda has emerged as the consensus candidate for the post of Deputy Speaker. At 3.15 p.m. on Friday, when the time for submitting ‘motions’ seeking ...
India, U.S. close to agreement on defence equipment verification
New Delhi does not have such agreement with any other country
India, U.S. close to accord on defence equipment verification
NEW DELHI: India and the United States are on the verge of finalising a standard “End User Verification Agreement” (EUVA), central to all defence deals between the two countries, instead of negotiating separate agreements for ...
Seven firms blacklisted by Defence Ministry
NEW DELHI: Defence Minister A.K. Antony has directed that acquisition from seven companies, including such foreign suppliers as Israel Military Industries and Singapore Technology, be “put on hold” till further orders. The ...
5th century artefacts discovered in West Bengal
Brown defiant as more Ministers quit
Prime Minister hastily reshuffles his Cabinet in bid to defuse a crisis
Pakistan mosque bombing kills 40
ISLAMABAD: A suicide bomber killed around 40 people at a mosque in north-west Pakistan on Friday. “The death toll is 40. We have no idea as yet how many have been wounded,” said Atif-ur-Rehman, the senior-most government ...
Sarkozy’s diplomatic gaffe
Fails to invite Queen for Normandy anniversary
Nagasaki A-bomb plane co-pilot dead
Orlando (Florida): Charles Donald Albury, co-pilot of the plane that dropped the atomic bomb on Nagasaki, Japan, died after years of congestive heart failure. He was 88. Albury died on May 23 at a hospital, Family Funeral Care in ...
Apex court declines to grant relief to Reliance SEZ
Federer to fight it out with Soderling
Anabel Medina Garrigues and Virginia Ruano Pascual win women’s doubles title
We are a superbly united team: Dhoni
Nottingham: Mahendra Singh Dhoni made a unique and unprecedented statement — that his team stood united — here on Friday. On the eve of the India versus Bangladesh duel in ICC World Twenty20, the Indian skipper left the ...
Ramadoss asks DMK to give Ministry slots to Congress
Cameras mandated at bank branches
CHENNAI: In an initiative to standardise security parameters in the city, Commissioner of Police T. Rajendran has asked all banks to install internal and external surveillance cameras on their premises. The 1,027 branches of nationalised and ...
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