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England players reluctant to play against 4 Pakistanis
Death upheld in Dharmapuri bus burning case
New Delhi: Holding that the act of the three accused — Nedunchezhian, Ravindran and Muniappan — in burning a bus at Dharmapuri in Tamil Nadu and killing three innocent college girls showed the highest degree of depravity and ...
“Triumph of truth”
Salem/Tambaram: “Truth has triumphed but it has come at an enormous cost,” said N. P. Veerasamy, father of Kokilavani, one of the three girl students of the Tamil Nadu Agricultural University (TNAU) who were burnt alive when a mob ...
BlackBerry gives in
NEW DELHI: Canada-based Research in Motion (RIM), the maker of BlackBerry, on Monday provided certain proposals for lawful access to its services by India's security agencies, sources in the Home Ministry said. The proposals would be ...
Parliament adopts nuclear liability Bill
NEW DELHI: Parliament adopted the Civil Liability for Nuclear Damage Bill, with the Rajya Sabha approving the legislation by voice vote on Monday, paving the way for overseas companies to set up nuclear reactors in the country. The ...
Direct Taxes Code only from April 2012
NEW DELHI: In a surprise move and to the disappointment of taxpayers, the government on Monday deferred the implementation of the Direct Taxes Code (DTC) by a year to April 1, 2012, and sought to waive the preferential treatment to women in ...
Information on money stashed away in Swiss banks now easier
India, Switzerland sign protocol to amended Double Taxation Avoidance Agreement
Bank staff to strike work on September 7
MUMBAI: Employees of the public sector banks will go on a nationwide strike on September 7 to protest against the issue of new licences to private sector banks. “Around 10 lakh employees of 27 public sector banks, 18 foreign banks, ...
Fire sparks panic at Chennai port
CHENNAI: Panic gripped Royapuram for many hours after an abandoned tank containing bunker fuel residue at Chennai Port caught fire on Monday afternoon. The thick black smoke from the tank engulfed the area and hundreds of people living ...
‘Modern Family,' ‘Mad Men' sweep the 62nd Primetime Emmy Awards
‘Top Chef,' hosted by Padma Lakshmi, adjudged outstanding reality series
Charminar minaret suffers damage due to heavy rain
A portion of stucco work on third balcony of south eastern minaret falls down
India to urge China to curb illegal trade in tigers
Two delegations from New Delhi to hold talks in Beijing
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