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Million-strong march today as Egyptian protest swells
CAIRO: Pouring out in their thousands yet again in the streets on Monday afternoon, Egyptian demonstrators, battling the Hosni Mubarak regime, have called a million-strong march and a nationwide strike for Tuesday. The government has ...
Spectrum: erring officials identified
NEW DELHI: The one-man committee that went into the processes and procedures followed by the Department of Telecommunications in the allocation of licences and spectrum between 2001 and 2009 has identified officials responsible for serious ...
Posco gets nod, but plethora of conditions
NEW DELHI: Laying down 60 more conditions, the Union Ministry of Environment and Forests on Monday granted conditional clearance to Posco's $12-billion steel mill-cum-captive port project in Orissa. Union Minister Jairam Ramesh also ...
Nirupama discusses killing of fishermen with Sri Lanka
“Rajapaksa agrees that such incidents should not recur”
300 Indians flown home from Cairo
Mumbai: The air of anticipation and tension gave way to a sense of relief and happiness as nearly 300 Indians landed at the Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport here from Cairo by a special Air India flight on Monday. “There ...
China denies Karmapa links, Tibetans express anger
Accusation shows “India is keeping its mistrustful attitude toward China,” says official
U.S. justifies use of ankle monitors on students
“Its use is a standard procedure across U.S. for investigations”
Malik hails Chidambaram's remarks on Samjhauta
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Interior Minister Rehman Malik on Monday welcomed his Indian counterpart P. Chidambaram's statement that New Delhi would share details of the investigation into the Samjhauta Express blast with Pakistan once the probe is ...
Court order on take-over of Padmanabhaswamy Temple
Petitioner aggrieved by State's failure to protect treasures
DMK, Congress tie-up formalised
Antony meets Chiranjeevi, invites him to meet Sonia soon
HYDERABAD: Concerned over the erosion of its strength in Andhra Pradesh, the Congress leadership rushed its senior leader and CWC member A.K. Antony to Hyderabad on Monday to meet Praja Rajyam (PR) president K. Chiranjeevi for cementing its ...
Fishermen issue: Centre shares State's concern
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Monday said the Centre shared the Tamil Nadu government's concern when Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi who met him here took up the issue of “brutal attacks” by the Sri Lankan Navy on the ...
Participants enthral audience with hair-raising rhythms at VIT cultural fest
Rock music, fashion show, dance competition marked day two of Riviera, 2011
‘Sons of Babur,' celebrating a great idea
Governor hosts reading of Union Minister Salman Khurshid's book
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