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“Nation prepared to meet any challenge from Taliban”
No change in Indian stand on climate change, says Jairam Ramesh
Critics are distorting my letter to PMO: Minister
IIT aspirants must get 80% in Class XII
NEW DELHI: The eligibility for appearing in the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) entrance test could be raised from 60 per cent marks secured in the Class XII Board examination. It will be applicable from 2011. Addressing ...
Jharkhand Assembly may be dissolved soon
NEW DELHI: The Union Cabinet is likely to soon approve a recommendation for dissolution of the Jharkhand Assembly, paving the way for fresh elections. Well placed sources in Home Ministry said here on Monday that the recommendation for ...
Behind Sanatan Sanstha’s spiritual veil, a militarist face
Inflammatory literature may have driven last week’s bombings in Goa
U.S. deploys Stryker for joint exercise with India
NEW DELHI: Since the launch of the bilateral war exercise between India and the United States, Yudh Abhyas 2009 is the largest troop exchange with nearly 1,000 personnel from both armies taking part. ...
Family agonises as nothing is known of his whereabouts
All we want is the safe return of our father, say children
Cricketers were wrongly detained in Bangalore: Omar Abdullah
Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah said on Monday that two cricketers from the State were wrongly held by the police in Bangalore on Sunday. His government was in constant touch with Karnataka over the detention of Pervez ...
Thrust on Lalgarh development
Moily monitoring PF scam case
“Nation will like to know truth behind death of accused Asutosh Asthana”
I am the champion: Jenson Button
The Briton seals World title at Interlagos as Red Bull’s Webber wins race
Trinidad storms into the semifinals
HYDERABAD: Trinidad & Tobago came up with a performance that reminded the fans of the heyday of West Indian cricket as it moved into the semifinals of the Champions League T20 championship in style with a 24-run win over Diamond Eagles ...
No more soaring kites in city
CHENNAI: The Chennai police will book under the provisions of the Indian Penal Code anyone found flying a kite within the city limits. The decision comes in the wake of the death of two boys who sustained injuries while chasing kites ...
State to have eco-tourism policy
Jawans clash in Arunachal, one killed
Itanagar: A jawan of the third India Reserve Battalion (IRB) was killed after a drunken brawl with personnel of the Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) at Seppa in Arunachal Pradesh on Saturday, police sources said on Monday. The ITBP and ...
‘Dinosaur-killer meteorite crashed off India’s west coast’
Washington: A meteorite more than 40 km wide and hurtling towards Earth at 58,000 miles an hour that killed dinosaurs 65 million years ago, had actually crashed off India’s west coast, an Indian-origin professor has ...
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