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ElBaradei and other political heavyweights join thousands at Tahrir Square
DoT decisions during all regimes wrong: panel
It holds Ministers from 2001 to 2009 guilty of ignoring Cabinet decisions
MiG-21 crashes in Madhya Pradesh, pilot safe
GWALIOR (MP): A MiG-21 ‘Bison' fighter aircraft crashed, apparently owing to an engine problem while on a routine sortie in Sheopur district of Madhya Pradesh on Friday. Squadron Leader Falguni Laha Roy ejected safely. The plane ...
We'are going to Thimphu with open mind: Pakistan
It's for good-neighbourly ties, says Foreign Office on eve of Kashmir Solidarity Day
Manmohan asks States to consider waiving local taxes
New Delhi: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Friday asked States to consider waiving mandi taxes, octroi and local taxes for taming inflation, which affected the poor “harder” and posed a serious threat to the country's growth ...
Government has no magic wand to tame inflation, says Pranab
New Delhi: Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee on Friday said steps had been taken to tame inflation but the government had no magic lamp to bring it down immediately. “You cannot expect that there is any magic wand or like Alladin's ...
Terror camps still operating on Indo-Pak border: WikiLeaks
Al-Qaeda use these camps as recruitment centres, U.K. official tells U.S. diplomats
12 farmers attempt suicide in Karnataka
Condition of six serious; they wanted government intervention to help stabilise the price of red gram
4 held for misusing credit card data
CHENNAI: Four software professionals who allegedly purchased saris from a popular textile store here misusing credit card data were arrested by the Central Crime Branch police on Friday. The fraud caused a loss of Rs.17.71 lakh to the ...
‘Law reforms should reflect changes in society'
Harsh laws no substitute for inadequate implementation: Chairman
Top law conference returns to India after 40 years
HYDERABAD: Diverse topics ranging from the recent global financial crisis to human rights will come up for discussion during the five-day Commonwealth Law Conference, largest event of its kind in the common law world, to be held here from ...
THE GOD OF SMALL THINGS
Estha, Rahel now speak Malayalam
The plots thicken in Lutyens' Delhi
Nature Forever Society to launch project to save the sparrow
Hyderabad: As the countdown to the World Sparrow Day (WSD) on March 20 — a celebration of the much-cherished but fast-disappearing sparrow — begins, the Nature Forever Society (NFS) has decided to launch Project SOS: Save Our ...
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