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on the occasion of CHITHIRAI THIRUNAL
All states have obligation to act responsibly, says Manmohan
BJP wants Shashi Tharoor sacked as IPL row hots up
NEW DELHI: A Molotov cocktail of cricket and politics on Tuesday threatened to explode the underbelly of the multi-billion rupee Indian Premier League, with the battle lines drawn between Union Minister of State Shashi Tharoor and IPL ...
Rendezvous alleges breach of trust by Lalit Modi
Files complaint with BCCI, asking it to instruct Modi to retract his statements
Nuclear Summit adopts communiqué and plan of work
Aim is to promote effective security of nuclear materials worldwide
I did not pressure Modi, says Tharoor
NEW DELHI: Minister of State for External Affairs Shashi Tharoor has denied asking Indian Premier League (IPL) boss Lalit Modi not to disclose the composition of the Rendezvous-led consortium that won the bid for an IPL team. Admitting ...
Tharoor abused office, says BJP
Mob attacks hospitals for alleged denial of treatment
Accident victims did not get emergency care: relatives
Brinda: committee may not serve independent probe
“Include public health experts in clinical trials”
‘Khap panchayat' leaders condemn court ruling
KURUKSHETRA: Defiant leaders of various khap (caste) panchayats have condemned the court ruling in the Manoj-Babli honour killing case and pledged their complete support to those convicted. In an assembly on Tuesday, they demanded an ...
Hu, Obama discuss Iran, currency
Sign of international unity on this issue, says Washington
Infosys net up 4 % at Rs. 6,219 cr in 2009-10
Currency fluctuations continue to pose a major challenge, observes Gopalakrishnan
One more case of mysterious radiation in capital
NEW DELHI: One more suspected source of radiation has been detected in the sprawling scrap market at Mayapuri here in the Capital where two scrap dealers and five workers were taken ill this past week after being exposed to Cobalt-60 ...
3.5 % sequential growth
CHENNAI: The consolidated financial data of Infosys shows that the company has reported a sequential growth of 3.5 per cent in its revenues at Rs. 5,944 crore in the fourth quarter ended March 31, 2010 against Rs. 5,741 crore in the previous ...
Tharoor's IPL googly is hat-trick for Manmohan
Washington: Whatever the facts of the dispute between Shashi Tharoor and Lalit Modi, this is the third time that a controversy surrounding the junior foreign minister has threatened to overshadow the Prime Minister during an important overseas ...
Super Kings canters to a big win
Ashwin and Raina's heroics do the Knight Riders in
Wildlife panel rejects four industry proposals
We will not allow diversion of water: Jairam Ramesh
‘Only serving government officials on climate talks team'
NEW DELHI: India's climate change negotiating team will consist of only serving government officials from now on, if Union Minister of State for Environment and Forests Jairam Ramesh has his way. In recent years, retired civil servants ...
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