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“I'll back anyone who fights against black money, corruption”
Federer knows a lot about cricket: Tendulkar
LONDON: It takes a lot to bowl over Sachin Tendulkar as bowlers around the world would confess, but tennis ace Roger Federer managed to do just that by his knowledge of cricket when the two legends caught up during the Wimbledon Championship ...
Civil society won't be involved in future for drafting law: Sibal
“I don't consider it to be a precedent ... the government was in a particular situation”
Puducherry Assembly Speaker election on Wednesday
PUDUCHERRY: The Legislative Assembly Secretariat in Puducherry has set in motion the process to elect the Assembly Speaker on Wednesday around 9.30 a.m. The Secretariat has notified the date on Sunday and letters were sent to all 29 Members of ...
Comprehensive ad policy soon
CHENNAI: The Metropolitan Transport Corporation (MTC) will soon expand the scope of display ads on its buses and termini. It is in the process of framing a comprehensive advertisement policy. Over 1,000 buses in the MTC's fleet of 3,300 ...
Deputy CMO's death to be probed as murder case
Sanjiv Bhatt forced me to sign false affidavit, says constable
“I didn't know contents of prepared affidavit”
Singur land distribution process begins
BDO office starts accepting forms from farmers who did not settle for compensation
UPA's ‘double-face' exposed: Mayawati
MUMBAI: Criticising the Centre for fuel price hike, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati on Sunday said the decision exposed the United Progressive Alliance's “double-face” and “anti-people mindset.” The Union ...
Goof-ups in phone-tapping raise questions over system
NEW DELHI: As cases of phone-tapping come out in the open, with even the close relatives of the country's top tax-collector coming under the net, questions are being raised about the system's accountability and integrity. As reports ...
Headley worked for U.S. drug agency, LeT
WASHINGTON: David Coleman Headley, who has pleaded guilty to his involvement in the 2008 Mumbai attacks, went for training with the Lashkar-e-Taiba while he was still working as an informant for the United States government's Drug Enforcement ...
Social audit of RTE exposes state of school education
Urban centres like Delhi reluctant to even share basic information
Singapore to host South Asian Diaspora Convention
In 2010, only 28% of wounded soldiers in Chhattisgarh survived
Fatality figures suggest medical infrastructure must be proportionate to increasing troop deployment
Vettel strolls to sixth win of season in Valencia
The German's 16th career triumph puts him level with Moss
Bishoo can make things happen
The leg-spinner is undaunted by reputations
del Potro is a tough opponent, says Nadal
Wozniacki faces gritty Cibulkova; Murray takes on Gasquet
Bus-sized asteroid to narrowly miss Earth
New Delhi: A newly discovered asteroid, at least the size of a bus and orbiting the sun, will pass in close proximity to the Earth on Monday. The asteroid 2011 MD will pass only 12,000 km (7,500 miles) above the Earth's surface at around ...
Monsoon reaches Delhi, three days ahead
System has covered most of the country: IMD
Two elephants seriously hurt after being hit by train
KOLKATA: Two female elephants were grievously injured after being hit by a goods train late on Saturday evening in West Bengal's Jalpaiguri district. The incident occurred near the Redbank Tea Garden at 9.20 p.m. May not ...
Package for developing nations in top-level domain expansion
Entities from India may not automatically be qualified for concessions
Free or open source for students?
CHENNAI: Recent discussions on which software package to be incorporated in the free laptops to be distributed to students this year in Tamil Nadu have highlighted the attempts across the country to promote the use of Free and Open Source ...
Dabangg, My Name is Khan win awards
Toronto: Dabangg and My Name is Khan won top honours at the 12th International Indian Film Academy awards here on Saturday, with the Salman Khan starrer Dabangg scooping up six trophies in the popular category, while the best actor and ...
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