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Mousavi addresses rally; Ahmadinejad puts off Russia visit
Manmohan, Zardari set to break the ice
India upbeat on SCO, BRIC summits
Budget to be presented on July 6
NEW DELHI: The United Progressive Alliance government will present the Union budget on July 6. The Cabinet, at a meeting on Monday, decided to recommend to the President that the budget session be held from July 2 to August 7. The ...
Mixed response to VHP bandh call in Surat
Deora: fuel prices may be reviewed
NEW DELHI: Amid rising crude oil prices in the international market and losses being incurred by oil marketing companies (OMCs), Petroleum and Natural Gas Minister Murli Deora hinted on Monday that the government was looking at solutions to ...
Two militants killed in Kupwara encounter
SRINAGAR: Two militants were killed in an encounter with security forces in Kupwara district of north Kashmir, a police spokesman said on Monday. The encounter took place when the militants opened fire on an Army patrol at village ...
Amarnath yatra flagged off
But thousands have already reached the base camp
U.S. army ban on turban challenged
New York: Two Sikh U.S. army officers, hoping to go on active duty, have challenged a three decades-old rule that requires them to shave off their beards and remove their turbans – what they call their articles of religious faith. ...
3 Indian Americans die as family plane plunges into river
New York: Three Indian Americans, including an 11-year-old boy, were killed when a small family-owned plane nosedived into the Mohawk river on Sunday afternoon. Albany-based hotelier George Kolath, who hails from Kerala, was ...
Pakistan has it easy against Ireland
Spot in semifinal depends on result of Sri-Lanka New Zealand match
BRIC debut puts the “political” back into economy
Summit will also focus on the challenges the financial crisis poses
Student from Delhi attacked in Melbourne
Melbourne: A 20-year old Delhi boy became the 14th victim of assault in Australia in less than a month, when he was punched and abused here, leaving him with a fractured finger and a bloody nose. A Deakin University student, Sunny Bajaj ...
Fresh swine flu cases from Jalandhar, Hyderabad
NEW DELHI: With new cases of swine flu reported from Jalandhar and Hyderabad on Monday, the total number in the country has gone up to 30. The new cases include a 48-year-old woman, and two girls — four and eight years old — ...
State’s model lab makes math learning a pleasure
Mullaperiyar: Central intervention sought
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Water Resources Minister N.K. Premachandran on Monday called for urgent Central intervention to resolve the dispute between Kerala and Tamil Nadu over the safety of the113-year-old Mullaperiyar dam. Releasing the ...
Minimum wages for domestic help soon
CHENNAI: The State government is planning to fix minimum wages for domestic help and an announcement would be made soon, T.M. Anbarasan, Labour Minister, said here on Monday. After flagging off a mobile weighbridge testing unit at the ...
‘Definitely’ it’s difficult
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