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Manmohan reviews Kashmir situation
CoBRA squad joins combing operations in Chhattisgarh
Maoists spared public buses, attacked road opening party; death toll rises to 27
Kashmir Valley remains calm amid curfew
Situation still tense; inquiry ordered into death of three youths in police firing
Deora defends fuel price hike, seeks Opposition support
Hike means less than Re. 1 a day on LPG and 26-27 paisa on kerosene
TRAI suggests 74 % FDI limit for broadcast carriage services
NEW DELHI: The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) on Wednesday recommended that the foreign investment limit for broadcast carriage services such as DTH, IPTV, Mobile TV, HITS, Teleport and MSOs, which are upgrading to digital and ...
Amarnath yatra amid tight security
3,000 BSF personnel airlifted to Kashmir to provide foolproof cover
Debris littered across battle site points to long, bloody encounter
CRPF and Maoists exchanged fire for nearly three hours
Media has lost its sense of priorities: Sainath
NEW DELHI: Pointing out that a disconnect exists between mass media and mass reality in India today, P. Sainath, Rural Affairs Editor of TheHindu, said the media had lost its sense of priorities and was out of touch with the problems of a vast ...
Tomas Berdych bundles out Roger Federer
Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and Andy Murray advance to the semifinals
Kashmir: BJP sees nefarious design
NEW DELHI: The “nefarious design” of the “anti-national elements” in Kashmir is to keep the State on the boil and say that the presence of security agencies was blocking the return of peace. This was stated by the ...
FIFA WORLD CUP-2010
David Villa rises to the occasion yet again
Portugal did not show enough wit and adventure against Spain to make it the classic that had been hoped
FIFA WORLD CUP-2010
South America savours a cup of success
All five teams from the continent advanced to the knockout round
Two temples demolished for road widening
CHENNAI: Two temples on the busy Velachery Main Road that figure in a list of roadside encroachments hampering smooth flow of traffic were demolished by the Chennai Corporation on Wednesday. Officials said the traffic police, following a ...
2006 AICTE norms will apply: court
WITH LOVE FROM PAKISTAN
‘Mango diplomacy' wins hearts
Industrialist, philanthropist Obul Reddy passes away
CHENNAI: P. Obul Reddy, industrialist, philanthropist and patron of the arts, passed away here on Wednesday after a prolonged illness. He was 85, and is survived by two sons and three daughters. Mr. Reddy, who was one of the first ...
12-year-old is the winner of The Hindu-Hirco contest
INDORE: On Wednesday, TheHindu gave 12-year-old Kaajal Dubey a reason to smile. Kaajal became the proud recipient of a new Tata Indica Vista, which she won as the grand prize of TheHindu-Hirco Top 5 contest held in the third season of ...
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