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Right now nothing can be said: Manmohan
Anxiety levels high
HYDERABAD: Anxiety levels rose among leaders of political parties on Tuesday in anticipation of some announcement from the Congress central leadership on Telangana in the wake of a meeting on Monday night of the party’s core committee. ...
Sovereignty not compromised: Jairam
I moved from information to consultation; there has to be flexibility
Axelrod interpretation wrong
NEW DELHI: India has rejected senior White House Advisor David Axelrod’s claim that the U.S. would not only “review” the implementation of domestic actions by India and China in tune with the Copenhagen Accord but also ...
India to draw road map for low-carbon growth
Jairam Ramesh asks Planning Commission to set up group of experts
Centre seeks report on cross-border firing from BSF
NEW DELHI: Concerned at a major infiltration bid, the Centre on Tuesday sought a report from the Border Security Force on the situation along the border in Jammu and Kashmir, where the Pakistan Rangers resorted to unprovoked firing since ...
3 die in blast at Peshawar Press Club
Four journalists among 17 wounded in suicide attack
SAFMA, SAMC condemn attack on Peshawar press club
NEW DELHI: The South Asian Free Media Association (SAFMA) and the South Asia Media Commission (SAMC) have condemned the suicide attack at the Peshawar Press Club on Tuesday as “outrageous.” In a joint statement, SAFMA ...
Indian ship attacked by pirates
MUMBAI: An Indian ship, with a 35-member crew, was attacked by pirates in the Arabian Sea, 500 km off the western coast, on Monday night, but the hijack attempt was foiled. An official said some quick thinking by the captain of the ...
India will help Bhutan’s democracy cause
New Delhi satisfied with Thimphu’s cooperation in checking activities of insurgents
India, China agree to cooperate on climate change
NEW DELHI: Fresh from the solidarity displayed at the Copenhagen Summit on climate change, India and China on Tuesday agreed to continue cooperating on the issue in the coming months in order to safeguard the interests of developing ...
No case for invoking Article 355: Buddhadeb
Kolkata: There is no case for invoking Article 355 in West Bengal, Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee said while replying to an adjournment motion on the State’s law and order situation, brought in the Legislative Assembly by the ...
Appreciate science for what it is: Venkatraman Ramakrishnan
You can only go into science because you’re interested in it, says Nobel laureate
Oil companies agree on ethanol price
De-regulation of the sugar industry ruled out
By-poll to Pennagaram Assembly constituency on January 20
Model code of conduct comes into effect; counting on January 23
Paintings to adorn more walls in city
CHENNAI: A total of two lakh sq ft of compound walls, predominantly of government buildings, across the city will soon have paintings depicting facets of Tamil Nadu’s art and culture. The work, to be taken up by the Chennai ...
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