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India granted access to Headley: Jones
Washington: India has been given access to David Coleman Headley, Pakistani-American Lashar-e-Taiba operative, who has confessed to his role in the Mumbai attacks, United States National Security Adviser James Jones said on ...
The Hindu Green Reader Initiative takes off on World Environment Day
One sapling to be planted for every copy printed on June 5
FIFA WORLD CUP-2010
Coaches and scouts share their stories of discovery
Bob Pendleton, the Everton scout who spotted Wayne Rooney when he was an eight-year-old with Copplehouse: I still vividly remember the first time I saw young Wayne. It was at the Long Lane playing fields, pitch No.2, and young Wayne was ...
Menon allays fears about security of India's nuclear assets
SINGAPORE: India on Saturday dispelled unusual apprehensions about its nuclear assets and spelt out the norms for extending help to Afghanistan into the future. National Security Adviser Shiv Shankar Menon assured participants at an ...
FIFA WORLD CUP-2010
Slovenia: a tiny nation making a habit of thinking big
MARIBOR (Slovenia): Roam the mountains and vineyards of Slovenia, and its citizens and soccer players will regularly remind a foreign visitor of two verities. This is not Slovakia (a very touchy subject). This is a very small ...
Monsoon active over south peninsular region
NEW DELHI: Setting at rest apprehensions, the South-West Monsoon has started being active over the south peninsular region, after remaining subdued for nearly five days. According to the India Meteorological Department, the system has ...
FIFA WORLD CUP-2010
Tired of the vuvuzela? Hit the mute button
Turn down the volume, shove in the earplugs, for a raucous horn is threatening viewers' sanity during the World Cup
Arrest of Dalit leader, wife as ‘Naxalites' condemned
Voice of protest by the poor stifled, say rights activists
Goa Minister resigns, goes underground
PANAJI: Goa Tourism Minister Mickky Pacheco of the Nationalist Congress Party, allegedly involved in the controversy over the death of a woman, resigned on Saturday and went underground. He is also facing several cases of extortion and ...
Woman flees with newborn from hospital
CHENNAI: A four-day-old baby girl was taken away from a private hospital in Madhavaram on Saturday by an unidentified woman who posed as a hospital employee. Chennai Suburban Police sources said the incident took place at the ...
Dasgupta: Great setback to Left
Says the parties have to introspect and win back people's confidence
Chawla blames it on private manufacturers
ITANAGAR: Dismissing claims that electronic voting machines could be tampered with, Chief Election Commissioner Navin Chawla said on Saturday that private manufacturers, who failed to sell their machines for use in elections, were behind the ...
Spelling champ's victory hat-trick for Indian-Americans
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