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$2.29-billion U.S. aid for Pakistan to fight terror
No intervention on Kashmir issue, says Crowley

BJP seeks disqualification of another party MLA
BANGALORE: The legislature wing of the Bharatiya Janata Party has sought the disqualification of one more party MLA Manappa Vajjal, but any action against him is unlikely as Speaker K.G. Bopaiah has decided to strictly go by the provisions of ...

TNEB will cease to exist from November 1
In October 2008, it was decided to create TNEB Limited and TANTRANSCO and TANGEDCO

Landmine blast ahead of Bihar phase-II polls, 5 policemen killed
Patna: Election-bound Bihar came under a Naxal attack on Friday night, when four State Auxiliary Police (SAP) jawans and a police inspector were killed in a landmine explosion in Sheohar district. The attack comes barely 48 hours ahead ...

Naxalism is the greatest threat: Manmohan
Cyber warfare is another emerging area of concern, says Prime Minister

26/11: ‘U.S. gave only general information'
NEW DELHI: India had received “very general, non-specific information'' on warnings and threats from the U.S. before the November 26, 2008 attacks in Mumbai, Foreign Secretary Nirupama Rao told reporters on Friday. “In the ...

CWG scam: U.K.-based broadcast firm comes under the scanner
NEW DELHI: A U.K.-based company, which bagged the Rs.246-crore broadcast contract for the Commonwealth Games, has come under the scanner for alleged tax evasion even as the Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) asked the CBI to probe any criminal ...

Dialogue is the way forward, says Pakistan
ISLAMABAD: Disappointed that the promise held out at the Prime Minister-level engagements with India had not yet been realised in the form of a full resumption of the dialogue process, Pakistan Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani on Friday ...

Sohrabuddin-Kausar Bi case: CBI files charge sheet against owner of farmhouse
The victims were kept at the farmhouse before they were eliminated

‘Enough evidence found to hand over cases to CBI'
NEW DELHI: Official sources said on Friday the Central Vigilance Commission had received reports of Ministries or departments from its Chief Vigilance Officers, and found substantive evidence to hand over the cases to the CBI for further probe ...

Obama visit will be a milestone, says Burns
KOLKATA: The visit of U.S. President Barack Obama to India will be an “extraordinary milestone” in India-U.S. relations, as never before have the two countries “mattered more to one another,” William. J. Burns, the ...

NAC's compromise proposes wider food security coverage
New Delhi: The National Advisory Council (NAC) — which has been working hard over the last month to try and narrow down its differences with the Planning Commission and the government on the contentious issue of food security — is ...

CRICKET
Working his way back into the fold
Yuvraj's 58 at Vizag was a significant contribution

FOOTBALL
Rooney signs new deal with United
Striker expected to be out of action for three weeks due to ankle injury

CRICKET
Nielsen stays positive
Margao: Losses in the Test series and defeat in the ODI at Visakhapatnam have not dimmed Australian coach Tim Nielsen's optimism. “We played just one game (at Vishakapatnam), made 290 and got beaten. We are not panicking at all. We ...

WHO questions methodology of Lancet study on malaria mortality
Use of verbal autopsy may result in many false positives: WHO

CET: Supreme Court issues notice to States
D.D. Medical and Educational Trust wants impleaded to back Tamil Nadu's stand

‘Cinema has a stake in societal stability'
Social relevance is an essential call for the industry, says President

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