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It smashes into Navy's decommissioned vessel, 290 km away, in Bay of Bengal
Democrats set to win healthcare vote
Washington DC: With the clock showing 2:25 p.m. local time on Sunday and formal proceedings for a House vote on healthcare reform underway as this report goes to press, the numbers game appears to be tipping towards a historic victory for ...
NSCN (I-M) committed to talks, says Swu
Pune, Kochi join IPL
CHENNAI: Pune and Kochi, the surprise packet, joined the Indian Premier League (IPL) after the auction for the new teams held here on Sunday. The IPL will feature 10 sides from 2011. The Sahara Group won Pune with a $370 million bid for ...
Firecracker in plane sparks scare
Packet detected during a routine check after the baggage was offloaded
Girija Prasad Koirala cremated with state honours
People from all walks of life throng Dasharath Stadium to have a last glimpse of their beloved leader
“Koirala's death has complicated ongoing efforts for peace in Nepal”
India should reach out to all Nepalese parties, including Maoists: analysts
Kings XI Punjab reigns in thrilling finish
It's heartbreak for Super Kings in Super Over
DD loses its plot once again
Deccan Chargers notches up third straight win
National Free Software coalition formed
BANGALORE: Free Software is not just about writing GNU/Linux software or choosing one technology over the other. Taking forward the ideology of Free Software — that includes free knowledge, science and digital societies in its ...
China trains for Mumbai Metro
A fleet of 18 trains custom-made for city
Indian-origin student wins Intel honour
KOCHI: Akhil Mathew, 18, a student of Indian origin, has won the third place in America's pre-college science competition, the Intel Science Talent Search 2010. The 18-year-old won the $50,000 prize for his math project on “Deligne ...
Bus falls into gorge
Shillong: Twelve church-goers were injured when their bus capsized and fell into a gorge in Meghalaya's Jaintia Hills district on Sunday morning. The bus was carrying 27 passengers when it rammed into a pick-up van, turned upside down and fell ...
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