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Global Tender for Ex-situ regeneration of DHDS Catalyst
Court Notice to Mr B Ramakrishnan
He is not arrested or detained, says his lawyer
Chidambaram wants Pakistan to question Saeed on 26/11
CHENNAI: Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram on Monday demanded that Pakistan question Hafiz Saeed, founder-leader of the Jamat-ud-Dawa/Laskhar-e-Taiba, for the November last Mumbai terror attacks. Asked whether India was satisfied with ...
IIT faculty protest curbs, to observe fast
KOLKATA: Faculty of all seven Indian Institutes of Technology will observe a token fast on September 24, to protest against restrictions imposed on the IITs. They “find the revised order from the Ministry of Human Resource ...
10 killed as quake strikes Bhutan
Thimpu: Ten people, including three Indian labourers, were killed on Monday when a 6.3 magnitude earthquake struck Bhutan. The tremor, which hit around 2:53 p.m., destroyed houses, monasteries and other buildings across the mountainous ...
Chidambaram flags off bi-weekly Chennai-Delhi Duronto Express
CHENNAI: One more super-fast train, the non-stop Duronto Express, was added to the Chennai-Delhi route on Monday. It leaves Chennai Central on Mondays and Thursdays at 6.40 a.m. and reaches Nizamuddin at 10.35 a.m. the next day, on ...
Quake rocks Assam, Arunachal Pradesh
The 6.2 magnitude temblor was the fifth one in 42 days
Quite shallow: seismologist
HYDERABAD: The high magnitude earthquake, which rocked Assam and other northeastern States at 2.24 p.m. on Monday, might be due to “loading and unloading” of stresses in the Himayalan region consequent to the 7.8 magnitude tremor ...
MCI test for Indian medicos from Nepal not discriminatory: Court
New Delhi: The Supreme Court has upheld the Medical Council of India’s regulation requiring Indians who obtain an MBBS degree from colleges in Nepal to pass a screening test for grant of a certificate of registration to practise as ...
10 CPI(M) cadres feared killed
KOLKATA: Ten Communist Party of India (Marxist) supporters were feared killed by Maoists in the Lalgarh region of West Bengal’s Paschim Medinipur district during a fierce exchange of gunfire between the rebels and the CPI(M) supporters ...
South Africa takes on Sri Lanka in opener
Champions Trophy could be critical to the survival of ODIs in its present form
30 Rock, Mad Men take top honours
AMC’s Mad Men won best drama for the second straight year
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