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Cynicism, sniping bad for business, raise spectre of permit raj
Supreme Court stays return of land to unwilling farmers in Singur
New Delhi: Tata Motors on Wednesday got “interim protection” from the Supreme Court, which stopped the West Bengal government from returning to farmers the land acquired for the automobile firm's small car project Nano in ...
23 Tamil Nadu fishermen released
COLOMBO: The 23 Tamil Nadu fishermen, who were apprehended on June 20 when they were fishing in the Sri Lankan waters, have been released. They will reach their homes in Pamban on Thursday [June 30]. Orders for their release have ...
Team Anna calls on Karat, other leaders
Left, RJD, SP plan indefinite, anti-Posco dharna
We have to swim against the tide in the global arena: PM
“Grievances of Tamils legitimate, India will continue to persuade Colombo to ensure equal treatment”
Economist PM failed to manage economy: Gadkari
NEW DELHI: A couple of hours after Prime Minister Manmohan Singh had an interaction with five editors on Wednesday, Bharatiya Janata Party president Nitin Gadkari called an urgent press conference and denounced the government for the ...
Dey murder: did weapon come from Nepal?
Mumbai: The weapon used in the murder of senior reporter Jyotirmoy Dey could have come from Nepal. “We will verify the suspicion. According to the conversation I had with the Inspector-General of Police [in Nainital], there is an ...
“I am not a ‘lame-duck' Prime Minister”
So long as I am here I have a job to do, says Manmohan
Environmentalists' fears over regularising Lavasa coming true
PUNE: With Adarsh Society's lawyers pleading before the Bombay High Court that the scam-hit society too deserved consideration for post-facto environmental clearance similar to that to be granted to the Lavasa hill city in Pune, the warning of ...
Terrific Tsonga rallies to down Federer
Djokovic, Murray and Nadal complete semifinal line-up; Sania-Vesnina in last four
We share terror intelligence with India: John Key
Mumbai: Expressing concern over the attack on the Inter-Continental hotel in Kabul, New Zealand Prime Minister John Key on Wednesday said his country had put in all efforts to tackle terrorism and was partnering with India on many ...
Chanderpaul and Samuels hold fort for the Windies
Bridgetown (Barbados): The West Indies batsmen would not be short of inspiration at the hallowed Kensington Oval. There is greatness all around. The Worrell, Weekes and Walcott stand, the Greenidge and Haynes enclosure and the Gary ...
Laxman touches 8000 runs in Tests
He has words of comfort for Vijay, Abhinav and Kohli
Michael Nobbs appointed chief coach
Mohd. Riaz, Clarence Lobo and Jugraj to assist him
“UPA indifferent to women's plight”
KHAMMAM: The inordinate delay on the part of the Congress-led UPA government in enacting laws to prevent sexual assault on women is taking a heavy toll and exposing them to various forms of violence, Communist Party of India (Marxist) Polit ...
Pranab and Geithner leave policy announcements to July dialogue
Partnership talks succeed in building substantive bilateral engagement momentum
Vaults A and B opened at temple
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The much-anticipated opening of two vaults (kallaras) inside Sree Padmanabhaswamy temple here, which were supposedly last opened more than a century ago, had an anti-climactic ending on Wednesday with one vault being nearly ...
70 more Passport Seva Kendras to start functioning by January
Tata Consultancy Services to provide front-end operations at the centres
Bye bye, small change
Amartya Sen will be adviser to Presidency Mentor Group
KOLKATA: Nobel laureate economist Amartya Sen will be the adviser to the Mentor Group which has been set up by the West Bengal government to help Presidency University regain its excellence. The first meeting of the Mentor Group is now ...
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