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Global Tender for Ex-situ regeneration of DHDS Catalyst
“We must certainly plan for an orderly exit after normality returns”
Our own probe detected water in June: ISRO chief
Bangalore: A day after the ground-breaking discovery of water on the moon hit the headlines, Chairman of the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) G. Madhavan Nair on Friday said the Chandrayaan-1 detected water on the lunar surface as ...
Army won’t be used against Maoists: Chidambaram
RAIPUR/RANCHI: Visiting Maoist-affected Chhattisgarh and Jharkhand, Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram said on Friday that the Army would not be involved in the offensive against naxals. He said it was a matter of concern that Jharkhand ...
Manmohan Singh to be invited for metro rail project inauguration
So is G20 the new G8? Not quite
Management of the world economy may shift to the G20 but not strategic matters
U.S. overshadows G20 summit with Iran nuclear hype
Tehran accused of challenging the international nonproliferation regime
NSA is a babe in the woods on nuclear matters: Santhanam
“If the opportunity arises we should consider resuming tests”
Something more to come: Annadurai
CHENNAI: The discovery of water by the Moon Mineralogy Mapper (M3) on board the Chandrayaan-1 “is the first of the findings by the instrument, and we expect more things to come to light in the coming weeks,” Project Director of ...
Advani raises Ram temple issue again
“Why not allow temple reconstruction as was done at Somnath?”
Woman, son found murdered in flat
India plays Pakistan on a Super Saturday
The temperament of the players will be under scrutiny
Afghan national, plotting attacks, indicted
NEW YORK: An Afghan national, arrested for allegedly plotting Mumbai-type attacks on U.S. cities, has been indicted by a New York court for conspiracy to use weapons of mass destruction. “The indictment alleges that Najibullah Zazi ...
Stirring fightback by Sri Lanka
England bowlers fail to capitalise on early gains
Sign akin to Indus Valley’s found in Kerala
MALAPPURAM: A rock engraving, similar to a sign of the Indus Valley Civilisation, has been found at Edakkal in Wayanad district of Kerala. A recent exploration at the Edakkal Caves revealed a picture of a man with a jar, a unique sign of the ...
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