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Global Tender for Stepless Capacity Control System of DDC1B Compressor
Foreign Secretaries to discuss terrorism
Iran’s council to conduct partial vote recount
Mir Hosain Mousavi seeks annulment of the vote
Tribals hold rally in Lalgarh
Lalgarh: The Police Santrosh Birodhi Janashadharaner Committee (PSBJC) [People’s Committee against Police Atrocities] held a ‘victory’ rally here on Tuesday, a day after its supporters ransacked several police outposts, ...
Panel indicts former Mumbai police chief
Mumbai: The former Mumbai Police Commissioner, Hasan Gafoor, did not display enough initiative and fell short on vision and leadership qualities in the face of the November 26, 2008 terror strikes in Mumbai, states the Ram Pradhan Committee ...
‘BRIC should create conditions for fairer world order’
Brazil, Russia, India, China stress financial, agricultural and strategic aspect of new grouping
Manmohan Singh, Zardari agree India-Pakistan potential untapped
End to terrorism would create conducive conditions, says India
Lanka proves too good for New Zealand
Tops Group ‘F’ in the Super Eight, enters semifinals
12 killed in raid on Zeme Naga village
Guwahati: Twelve people, eight of them children, were killed when suspected militants attacked a Zeme Naga village in Assam’s troubled North Cachar Hills district on Tuesday. They also set ablaze 20 houses. N.C. Hills ...
Bombs in steel containers found dumped near culvert in Madurai
MADURAI: Improvised country-made explosives packed in stainless steel containers were found dumped near a culvert on Ring Road in Madurai on Monday evening. A passer-by who tried to open one of the containers suffered minor injuries when it ...
Boy dies as goal post collapses
CHENNAI: A playful Class VIII student died when a movable goal post fell on his head in the playground of a private school at Washermenpet here early on Tuesday. According to police sources, S. Karthik (13) of New Washermenpet had gone ...
Giving a new impetus to Project Tiger
JIM CORBETT PARK (Uttarakhand): Seeking to re-define the prestigious “Project Tiger” and introduce the concept of shared responsibility for all stakeholders, the Union Ministry for Environment and Forests has circulated a draft ...
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