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SP, RJD withdraw support to Manmohan government
The Hurt Locker sweeps Oscar crown
Kathryn Bigelow first woman to win Best Director award
India to set up consulate in Jaffna
COLOMBO: India plans to set up a Consul-General's office in Jaffna to help the people of the peninsula and fully restore connectivity to south India. Sri Lanka has agreed to the proposal. The visiting Indian Foreign Secretary, Nirupama ...
At the Oscars, austerity is so 2009
Everything about the ceremony was designed as a repudiation of last year's recession-tainted show.
Government develops cold feet
Opposition alleges the UPA government did not do its homework
Intention suspect, says Jaitley
New Delhi: Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha Arun Jaitley said on Monday that the intention of the government on the Women's Reservation Bill was suspect. After meeting Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to discuss the issue, Mr. Jaitley ...
Mindset should change: President
NEW DELHI: President Pratibha Patil on Monday said legislative and administrative initiatives to empower women were necessary and important, but not enough. “We also need a fundamental change in our mindsets,” she said at the ...
Nithyananda to appear in public with a clarification
Bangalore: Swami Nithyananda of the Nithyananda Dhyanapeetam, in the news for his alleged involvement in a sex scandal, will appear in public “in a day or two” with a clarification on the controversy surrounding him, said the ...
India manages to pull off a draw
Australia assures itself of a semifinal berth; England suffers a reverse
‘IPL will help local players'
Chennai: The security at the team hotel was predictably tight but Mahendra Singh Dhoni appeared relaxed and confident here on Monday, ahead of Chennai Super Kings' (CSK) battles in season III of the Indian Premier League. Dhoni said, ...
Post-mortem report says WRV drowned
CHENNAI: Doctors who conducted post-mortem on the body of Communist Party of India (Marxist) leader W.R. Varada Rajan have concluded that his death was caused due to drowning, Commissioner of Police T. Rajendran said on Monday. The ...
When women flew high
New Delhi: Air India created history on Monday by handing over the cockpit of 22 domestic and international flights, including a direct one from Mumbai to New York, to women on International Women's Day. Civil Aviation Secretary M. Madhavan ...
State wants order on Empowered Panel recalled
New Delhi: Contending that the order appointing an Empowered Committee to go into the safety of the Mullaperiyar dam has far-reaching implications in law, the Tamil Nadu government on Monday moved the Supreme Court for its recall and to allow ...
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