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Mahinda Rajapaksa on 13th Amendment-plus, his presidential election win & Sarath Fonseka’s arrest
‘India is my relation, the others are friends'
President Rajapaksa on key issues and his priorities.
Osmania varsity trouble: court order stayed
New Delhi: With the Andhra Pradesh government expressing a fear that naxalites had infiltrated the Osmania University campus in the guise of students, the Supreme Court on Friday stayed an interim order of a single judge of the Andhra Pradesh ...
Deeply sorry, says Tiger Woods
PONTE VEDRA BEACH (Florida): Golf icon Tiger Woods apologised for having affairs and said on Friday he was unsure when he would return to competitive golf. “I was unfaithful. I had affairs. I cheated. What I did was not ...
Intellectual support stands in the way of tackling Maoists: Chidambaram
“Don’t forget the bottom line — they believe in armed liberation struggle”
“Mumbai blasts probe will figure in talks”
New Delhi: Issues relating to the probe into the November 26, 2008 Mumbai attacks will be taken up during the Secretary-level talks between India and Pakistan scheduled for February 25, Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram has ...
BJP plans twin-campaign to corner Centre
Left parties want decision on fertilizers withdrawn
NEW DELHI: The Left parties have called upon the Union government to withdraw its decision to decontrol the price of fertilizers and a new nutrient-based subsidy scheme, arguing that this would have “disastrous repercussions” for ...
Pennagaram by-poll on March 27
NEW DELHI: The Election Commission has announced that the by-election to the Pennagaram Assembly constituency will be held on March 27. The model code of conduct comes into force with immediate effect, applicable to the district where the ...
Five injured in Baramulla clashes
SRINAGAR: Five persons were injured as youth, chanting pro-freedom slogans, hurled stones at security personnel in Baramulla in north Kashmir on Friday, prompting the forces to use force to restore order. The youth took to the streets after ...
Rangarajan pitches for partial roll-back of stimulus
Govt finances have come under severe strain and fiscal imbalance ‘is now a matter of concern'
Iran could be making nuclear warhead, says IAEA
Report confirms peaceful activities, says Tehran
Tiger sighting in new reserve
The sanctuary was declared India’s 38th tiger reserve on Friday
Police protection for actor Ajith
CHENNAI: Armed police personnel were deployed outside the residence of actor Ajith Kumar in Valmiki Nagar, Thiruvanmiyur, here on Friday morning following an apprehension that his house would be attacked. Police personnel were deployed also ...
Armed youth brought out after 40 hours
LUCKNOW: After a 40-hour operation, the police on Friday rescued a mentally unsound youth who locked himself in a room of his house near here, opened fire indiscriminately, and set a quilt afire. In a last-ditch effort, the police dug a ...
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