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Big setback for Left; poor showing by Congress
CBI to probe train derailment
NEW DELHI: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) will probe the May 28 Jnaneswari Express derailment in West Midnapore district of West Bengal in which 148 people lost their lives. The Centre's decision came on a day when Mamata ...
We are working hard on Headley case: Roemer
WASHINGTON: India and the U.S. have been “burning the midnight oil” and working hard on the David Headley case, U.S. Ambassador to India Timothy Roemer said on Wednesday. He expressed the hope that Indian investigators would ...
The Hindu's pick of post-War World Cup greats-III
‘Mr. Football', who was part of three triumphant Brazilian teams, is the undisputed No. 1
Mamata renews demand for early Assembly polls
“People have voted for change and against the CPI(M)…”
AIADMK fields Manoj Pandian, Ramalingam for Rajya Sabha polls
CHENNAI: The AIADMK has nominated former MLA P.H. Manoj Pandian and the party's Erode city district unit secretary K.V. Ramalingam as candidates for the election to the Rajya Sabha from Tamil Nadu. Mr. Manoj Pandian is the son of former ...
Poll verdict no reason to advance polls: CPI (M)
NEW DELHI: The Communist Party of India (Marxist) said on Wednesday it accepted the verdict of the people in the West Bengal municipal elections but added that it would work hard to win the trust of the people. The party also rejected the ...
Bangladesh shuts down newspaper
DHAKA: The Bangladesh government has cancelled the declaration of Bengali daily Amar Desh, shutting its publication, citing that it has no authorised publisher. Mahmudur Rahman, owner and acting-editor of the anti-government daily, was ...
World Classical Tamil Conference – a perspective
Although Tamil and a few other languages such as Greek, Latin and Sanskrit enjoy the status of classical language in the academic world thanks to their antiquity and rich literary heritage, Tamil is the first living language to be given the official status of a classical language.
Nano rolls out of Sanand plant
The project is an eye-opener to the state administration: Modi
Karzai escapes attempt on life
Rocket attacks as President attends peace Jirga
Villagers protesting against POSCO plant lathicharged
BHUBANESWAR: At least two persons were injured when the police resorted to lathi charge villagers opposing the establishment of a mega steel plant by Posco India Private Limited in Orissa's Jagatsinghpur district on Wednesday. The police ...
Gang fails to rob ATM, kills guard
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