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Over 46 killed; Taliban says attack was meant to avenge U.S. drone offensive
Odds against Bill as Mamata joins sub-quota chorus
Discussions will continue: Government
Police take Shoaib's passport
‘I have come here to come clean and I have cooperated with the police'
We are for peaceful settlement of all outstanding disputes with India: Zardari
“Militancy can be fought better through talks and cooperation instead of doubting each other”
We welcome Chidambaram's comments on Lalgarh: CPI(M)
KOLKATA: Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram's visit to Lalgarh “to glimpse into the reality of people at the grass roots and the way the tribals are living,” and his comments there has been welcomed by the Communist Party of India ...
Dinakaran yet to decide on going on leave
BANGALORE: The Chief Justice of the Karnataka High Court P.D. Dinakaran, it appears, is yet to take a decision on going on leave as advised by the collegium of the Supreme Court a few days ago. The collegium also decided to appoint ...
‘Pakistan must improve storage to avoid water woes'
‘Should use available water during lean season by constructing storage projects, canals'
Mind your language, Buddhadeb tells Chidambaram
“I know my responsibility. Let me do my job and let him do his”
‘Kaziranga has revived hopes on tiger conservation'
National Park registers a density of 30 tigers over 100 sq. km., says Jairam Ramesh
A high-voltage action in the offing
Rejuvenated CSK meets rampant Mumbai Indians
Mild applause greets Tiger at Masters practice round
AUGUSTA: Tiger Woods was greeted with mild applause in a Monday morning practice round at the Masters, his first public golf appearance since the sex scandal that overtook him last November. World No.1 Woods and Fred Couples went off the ...
Warne spins it Royals' way
Trivedi bowls a terrific final over; Rohit plays a lone hand
Krishna water supply suspended
Official links decision to neighbouring State's domestic demand
Efforts on to overcome power crisis, Durai Murugan informs Assembly
Sachin meets Saraswathi
“Whenever she has a health issue, all she needs to do is watch Tendulkar bat and all her pain disappears…..”
Journalism can play a leading role in agenda-building process: N. Ram
Says there is a tremendous potential for “the educative” function of the media
Sania-Shoaib wedding may be postponed?
HYDERABAD: In a late night development, V. Chamundeswaranath, former secretary of the Andhra Cricket Association and close friend of the Sania Mirza family, hinted that it was contemplating postponing the wedding between the tennis star and ...
Work apace for GSLV-D3 launch
Discovery lifts off successfully with three women crew members
Washington DC: The Discovery space shuttle blasted off from NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida, in a spectacular pre-dawn launch on Monday. Carrying a crew of seven astronauts as well as equipment and supplies, it took off on a 13-day ...
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