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Chargè d'Affaires advocates vaastu-compliant Embassy building to sew up nuclear deal with India; says Ambassador threatening to go on a hunger strike until India submitted to IAEA agreement
U.S. interest in unique identification project
CHENNAI: The U.S. State Department showed immense interest in the Unique Identification (UID) project being implemented by the Government of India and wanted to know details including “the name, model, and version of the biometric ...
Amar Singh asked Manmohan and Sonia to remove Chidambaram, Deora: 2008 cable
It was part of a ‘deal' for the nuclear deal arrangement with political parties
How the ‘stars aligned' for closer trilateral relations
The U.S. Embassy in New Delhi urged Washington to take advantage of improved Indo-Japanese ties to fulfil its own agenda in Asia
Gujarat police officer implicates Modi in riots
“He told us to let rioters ‘teach a lesson' to Muslims”
Wreckage of Dhruv, bodies of 4 personnel found
GANGTOK: The wreckage of the Dhruv helicopter that went down in north Sikkim near the border with China on Thursday and the bodies of the four soldiers on board were found in the Shiv Mandir area on Friday. Army helicopters ...
Capacity addition of over 3,000 MW likely this year
CHENNAI: The State, which is suffering from an acute shortage of electricity, is likely to see capacity addition of over 3,000 megawatt (MW) during the financial year 2011-2012. Sources in the Tamil Nadu Generation and Distribution ...
Affidavit has brought out the truth: Congress
It cannot be presumed to be truthful: BJP
Makeshift security also withdrawn: Bhatt
AHMEDABAD: The senior Gujarat cadre IPS officer, Sanjiv Bhatt, who has filed an affidavit before the Supreme Court on the 2002 Gujarat riots and Chief Minister Narendra Modi's alleged “directions” to the police to allow ...
Bhushans are men of integrity, says Gowda
NEW DELHI: The former Prime Minister, H.D. Deve Gowda, has come out in defence of father-son duo Shanti Bhushan and Prashant Bhushan, saying he had no doubt about their integrity. “I have no doubt about their intent or integrity ...
ISI not behind Mumbai attack, says Rehman Malik
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan's Interior Minister Rehman Malik on Friday categorically stated that the Inter-Services Intelligence was not involved in the Mumbai terror attack and maintained that Islamabad had no issues with New Delhi helping ...
Police officer's charge against Narendra Modi also raises questions about SIT
He chronicles the lack of interest displayed by the court-appointed team
Phase II of West Bengal polls today
Kolkata: The fate of 293 candidates contesting in 50 constituencies will be decided in the second phase of the West Bengal Assembly elections on Saturday. This phase covers Murshidabad, Nadia and Birbhum districts. On April 18, 54 ...
‘I drove Bhatt to meeting at Modi's residence'
NEW DELHI: Asked why the Special Investigation Team was not acting upon the serious charge levelled by IPS officer Sanjiv Bhatt that Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi had instructed the police to give anti-Muslim rioters a free hand, ...
IPL CARNIVAL 2011
Desperate Daredevils meets upbeat Kings XI
Sehwag expected to go with more pace options on the bouncy Ferozeshah Kotla wicket
IPL CARNIVAL 2011
Gayle force blows Kolkata Knight Riders away
KOLKATA: Chris Gayle simply blew away Kolkata Knight Riders at the Eden Gardens here on Friday. The big West Indian, who was unsold in the auctions, proved a point to all those who ignored him with his highest score of the IPL — a ...
IPL CARNIVAL 2011
Rohit, Harbhajan star for MI
Badrinath wages lone battle for Chennai Super Kings
Dhoni more influential than Obama: Time magazine
New York: Indian cricket captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who inspired the country to its first World Cup title in 28 years, found himself ranked above global football icon Lionel Messi and U.S. President Barack Obama in the Time magazine's list ...
Shiv Sena fights for political turf in Konkan
RATNAGIRI: The Shiv Sena has given the till-now peaceful agitation against the Jaitapur nuclear power plant a violent turn, trying to stop work at the project site on April 18 and thus sparking protests at Sakhri Nate village. One person was ...
‘Centre will await ICMR report on endosulfan'
A delegation from Kerala demands nationwide ban on pesticide
‘No sign of change in Sai Baba's condition'
Puttaparthy (Anantapur district): A sense of resignation prevails among the devotees of Sathya Sai Baba and residents of this town. It has been 26 days since the 85-year-old Sai Baba was hospitalised with complaints of chest and lung ...
Allegations of paid news absurd and defamatory: N. Ram
NEW DELHI: The Hindu's Editor-in-Chief, N. Ram, on Friday categorically rejected allegations published in a section of the media suggesting that an advertisement placed in the newspaper last May from the Telecommunications Ministry was a ...
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