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Global Tender for Ex-situ regeneration of DHDS Catalyst
This was the 15th successful flight of the PSLV in a row
Centre for new war on Maoists
Ministry proposal for use of special forces being considered
Rescue work on at BALCO plant site
Probe ordered into chimney collapse; 20 bodies recovered
ISRO has challenges ahead, says official
“GSLV-D3 launch in December will be a landmark in indigenous technology”
Oceansat-2 to beam first images today
HYDERABAD: The initial four images from Oceansat-2 will be received around 12.30 p.m. on Thursday by the National Remote Sensing Agency’s (NRSA) earth station at Shadnagar, about 55 km from here. The station, equipped with four ...
India has stake in management of world economy: Manmohan
On board PM’s aircraft: Strongly emphasising the need for strengthening the international financial regulatory system and reforming the structure and mandate of the IMF and the World Bank, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh made it clear this ...
Make newspapers consumer-centric: WAN-IFRA chief
CHENNAI: Newspapers have to adopt multi-media, multi-channel and multi-platform strategies for providing consumer-centric communication, Reiner Mittelbach, Chief Executive Officer of WAN-IFRA, a global organisation of newspapers and news ...
Islam not synonymous with terrorism: Shabana Azmi
JOHANNESBURG: To say that Islam is synonymous with terrorism is “unjust and unfair,” Indian actress-activist Shabana Azmi told an audience here as she launched a retrospective of her films. “I think that the 9/11 crisis ...
Labour problem hits LPG refill supply
Team sets skydiving record near Everest
IAF officer Ramesh Chandra Tripathi was part of the three-member team
Silk park planned at Kancheepuram
NEW DELHI: Union Textiles Minister Dayanidhi Maran on Wednesday said the government would consider setting up of an integrated textile park exclusively for the silk industry at Kancheepuram. He gave the assurance when an eight-member ...
Developed nations must change unsustainable lifestyles, says Krishna
Domestic actions should not be ‘crimped by an international review obligation’
No increase in Chinese incursions, says Army Chief
JAIPUR: Army Chief General Deepak Kapoor on Wednesday said there was no increase in Chinese incursions this year, and asked the media to be “responsible” in reporting the “sensitive” issue. “There have not ...
Korea takes on China in summit clash
India beats Malaysia , retains its place in the Elite Zone
Pakistan beats Windies, eventually
A depleted Carribean side fights back through its pacemen
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