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Export controls: India optimistic
U.S. nuclear firms' concerns will be addressed: Nirupama Rao

Guilty won't be spared: Army Chief
Adarsh scam: Deepak Kapoor meets Antony to clear the air

Shabir Shah manhandled
SRINAGAR: Senior separatist leader and head of the Democratic Freedom Party (DFP) Shabir Shah was manhandled by activists of the youth wing of the Bharatiya Janata Party in Jammu on Thursday. Reports said BJP workers stormed into a local ...

U.S. curbs on Lashkar, Jaish
WASHINGTON: On the eve of President Barack Obama's visit to India, the U.S. on Thursday slapped sanctions on the Pakistan-based terror groups, Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) and Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM), besides targeting LeT commander Azam Cheema, a key ...

Obama coming to Mumbai tomorrow
NEW DELHI: United States President Barack Obama, accompanied by a large entourage, will arrive in Mumbai on Saturday on his maiden visit to India and come here on the forenoon of Tuesday, Foreign Secretary Nirupama Rao said here on ...

Elaborate security in Mumbai, Delhi
34 warships will patrol sea lanes off Mumbai coast during Obama's visit

Mumbai medical teams on standby
MUMBAI: Eight medical teams — each comprising a surgeon, a physician and an anaesthetist from the government-run J.J. Hospital — have been put on standby for U.S. President Barack Obama's visit to Mumbai on Saturday. Hospital ...

Karat: U.S. still pursuing global dominance
NEW DELHI: The Communist Party of India (Marxist) on Thursday said while the Left party MPs will hear the U.S. President Barack Obama during his address to the joint session of Parliament on November 8, the four Left parties will stage a ...

Pakistan unfazed by Obama's statement on India
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Thursday remained outwardly unfazed by U. S. President Barack Obama's statement that he views India as the “cornerstone of America's engagement in Asia,” with the Foreign Office maintaining that Islamabad's ...

Sack Raja for impartial, speedy probe: CPI(M)

Lalit Modi-owned havelis sealed
JAIPUR: The Jaipur Municipal Corporation (JMC) has sealed two havelis (traditional Rajasthani-style buildings) belonging to companies owned by former Indian Premier League chief Lalit Modi in the Amber Palace area, on the outskirts of the ...

IMD allays fears over super cyclone
NEW DELHI: The India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Thursday refuted reports that the cyclonic circulation over the Bay of Bengal was likely to grow into a super cyclone and cross Andhra Pradesh with a devastating force over the next 24 ...

1,500-horsepower FMBT to replace T-72 tanks beyond 2020
First prototype of indigenous engine to be ready in four-five years

Mumbai police bring fugitive from Vietnam
Mumbai: The Mumbai Crime Branch has arrested a wanted gangster from Vietnam with the help of the Interpol. Bunty Pande alias Prakash Narayan Pande was a close aide of Chhota Rajan before he formed his own gang. “He is wanted in 34 cases ...

‘Tyre burst' in Jet flight
MUMBAI: A Mumbai-bound Jet Airways flight from Mangalore with 160 passengers on board landed here on Thursday under emergency conditions after the pilot reported a suspected tyre burst, an airport official said. The flight, however, landed ...

Delta Airlines flight makes emergency landing
MUMBAI: A Delta Airlines flight carrying 244 passengers from Amsterdam to Mumbai on Thursday night landed in emergency conditions at the airport here after an unidentified object was observed in the plane’s cargo hold. The plane ...

Warm welcome for Hu Jintao in France
Contracts worth billions of euros likely to be signed

After engine failure, Qantas grounds all super jumbos
SYDNEY: Australia's Qantas Airways grounded its fleet of Airbus A380 super jumbo planes on Thursday after engine failure forced a dramatic emergency landing in Singapore. Chief executive Alan Joyce told journalists here that all six ...

Coal India makes spectacular debut
MUMBAI: Shares of state-run Coal India Limited, after making India's largest public offering of Rs. 15,200 crore, zoomed nearly 40 per cent on the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) in a sparkling debut on Thursday. After opening the session ...

Sehwag and Dravid score contrasting centuries
The duo sends the New Zealand bowlers on a leather hunt with a 237-run partnership

Was circumspect to begin with: Sehwag
Ahmedabad: The entertaining Virender Sehwag's sense of humour was evident when he signalled a free-hit after Kiwi seamer Chris Martin sent down a no-ball on the opening day of the first Test here on Thursday. The opener, who dazzled ...

8 Indian States have 421 million multidimensionally poor people
NEW DELHI: Eight Indian States are home to 421 million multidimensionally poor people, more than the figure of 410 million in 26 poorest African countries. The Multidimensional Poverty Index — which identifies serious simultaneous ...

Sonia, Tata in Forbes' list of 68 people “who matter”
Boston: Congress president Sonia Gandhi, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Tata Sons Chairman Ratan Tata are among the five Indians named among the most powerful people in the world in Forbes' list this year of 68 people “who ...

Kaveri engine flight-tested in Moscow
CHENNAI: Indigenously designed and developed Kaveri engine that will power fighter aircraft, especially Light Combat Aircraft Tejas, was successfully flight-tested on Wednesday. The flight-test took place at the Gromov Flight Research ...

Manufacturers agree to reduce price of cement by Rs.10 per bag
They held a meeting with the Chief Minister on Thursday

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