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Andres Iniesta finds key for Spain to beat Holland
Curfew lifted across Kashmir
Mehbooba rejects Manmohan's appeal; NC, Congress MLAs rally behind Omar
JD(U)-BJP bid to iron out differences
Nitish meets Jaitley, Ananth Kumar
Man killed by suspected Maoists
Kolkata: The body of a man shot dead by suspected Maoists was recovered from the Jangalmahal area in West Bengal's Paschim Medinipur district on Sunday. Umakant Mahato worked for the Forest Department on a temporary basis. He was found ...
U.K. to review aid to India
Feels emerging economic giant does not need foreign aid any more
Fast-track cases involving Hindutva terror groups: CPI(M)
NEW DELHI: The Communist Party of India (Marxist) has sought the fast-tracking of all bomb blast cases in which Sangh Parivar activists are suspected to be involved and accused the UPA government of being tardy in probing Hindutva groups' ...
No question of apology, says Gadkari
7/11 probe: Sushma faults government
Mumbai: Leader of the Opposition in the Lok Sabha, Sushma Swaraj, on Sunday criticised the government for not arresting even a single suspect in the July 11 serial train blasts case. Taking part in an event to mark the fourth anniversary ...
Call for China-India initiative for Pakistan stability
We don't regard Islamabad as a counterweight to New Delhi, says Chinese official
Failure to build on the gains made in Kashmir: Army Chief
“Concerted efforts vital to identify the miscreants”
FIFA WORLD CUP-2010
South Africa defies pre-tournament pessimism
Emerges a successful and gracious host; low expectations were its greatest gift
Crowds go wild as Mandela makes an appearance
JOHANNESBURG:Anti-apartheid icon Nelson Mandela waved to the crowd and Colombian singer Shakira had fans dancing in their seats as South Africa began saying farewell to the 2010 World Cup in an emotional and pulsating fashion. Mr. ...
FIFA WORLD CUP-2010
Wesley ‘the Smurf' Sneijder's perfect confidence
The Dutchman's over-the-top remarks are often ridiculed back home, and have landed him in controversies
Mark Webber wins British Grand Prix
Lewis Hamilton finishes second; Adrian Sutil eighth
Government hospitals in excellent health, says official
“Capacity building measures have led to increased patronage”
Maharajas to ‘hold court' in Canada this fall
Toronto: This fall, a leading art gallery in Canada will open its doors to the extravagant world of India's greatest kings. ‘Maharaja: The Splendour of India's Royal Courts,' organised in collaboration with London's Victoria and ...
Azad rules out coercion to stabilise population
NEW DELHI:Union Health and Family Welfare Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad on Sunday ruled out any coercive policies to stabilise population and said awareness among the people of the benefits of small families was the most effective way to achieve ...
8 Indian firms on Fortune 500 list
New York Eight Indian companies, including Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) and Mukesh Ambani-led Reliance Industries Limited (RIL), have made the cut on the list of the world's 500 largest companies compiled by Fortune magazine. The league ...
Alstom opens largest rotor balancing facility in Tennessee
Spread over 3,50,000 square feet, the complex will make the largest nuclear steam turbine that can yield 1,700-1,800 MWe
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