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Chidambaram should quit, says BJP
Uproarious scenes in the Rajya Sabha over Nalini Chidambaram's appearance in I.T. case
Indian mission officials to meet Sarabjit Singh today
Sarabjit's photograph from prison will be sent to New Delhi for verification
``Dawood not in Pakistan''
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Monday maintained that underworld don Dawood Ibrahim was not in the country and said he could be living elsewhere. On the Indian demand for deportation of Ibrahim and 30 other wanted persons, the Pakistan Foreign Office ...
PETER ROEBUCK COLUMN: SHOOTING FROM THE HIP
Aussies were magnificent in defeat
Abysmal performance by Zimbabwe
HARARE: Zimbabwe's descent has been so vertiginous it made India look like the world-beater it once claimed to be. The cheers that greeted Heath Streak's last few strokes were as sepulchral as they were ironic and Zimbabwe cricket made the ...
State turns investors' favourite
We are running out of space on industrial estates, says Jayalalithaa We are running out of space on industrial estates: Jayalalithaa
One killed in grenade attack on newspaper office
COLOMBO: Two "unidentified attackers" threw two grenades at a Tamil newspaper office in Colombo on Monday, killing a security guard and wounding two. "Someone wearing a helmet knocked the gate on Monday evening and threw the grenades when our ...
6 killed in Mumbai building collapse
MUMBAI: Six persons were killed and 13 others injured when a three-storeyed building, which was declared dangerous for inhabitation, collapsed in south Mumbai late on Sunday. After the over 100-year-old Rassiwala building near Metro cinema ...
Four women washed away in flash floods
Heavy rain leaves a trail of destruction in Bangalore
Paswan confused voters last time: Lalu Prasad
PATNA: Rashtriya Janata Dal supremo and Railway Minister Lalu Prasad soon after his election as the party chief for the fifth successive time, said his party would win in the coming elections but charged that his Cabinet colleague and LJP chief ...
Nizam jewels coming to Delhi once again
NEW DELHI: The long empty corridors of the National Museum here on Janpath are ready to sparkle with the good old Nizams' jewellery once again. Back on popular demand for those who never managed to catch a glimpse of all that glitter four years ...
State turns investors' favourite
We are running out of space on industrial estates: Jayalalithaa
Bid to identify champion swimmers
CHENNAI: Chennai Corporation plans to identify and professionally train 10 students from its schools in swimming at its Marina Swimming Pool complex over the next two years. On Monday, Corporation councillors, who met at Ripon Buildings, civic ...
Role for Congress MLAs in seat-sharing talks
CLP extends full support to Ramesh Chennithala
Remarkable increase in eye donation
MADURAI: There has been a remarkable increase in eye donation in Madurai, thanks to a high level of awareness created by voluntary organisations. From depending on other eye banks, Madurai has emerged as a place from where donor eyes are being ...
Municipal elections on September 24
Election Commissioner announces poll schedule in Andhra Pradesh
Automated control for water scheme
COIMBATORE: As a voice crackles over the wireless radio, a young engineer, who is the data controller, glances through the computer screen to ensure that everything is fine at the water distribution stations (WDS). This is the central control ...
Latin Catholics to oppose UDF
High-power political committee to finalise community's stand for polls
Villagers decry "double standards" in eviction move in Manapparai block
TIRUCHI: Hundreds of villagers residing for decades in the water-spread areas of tanks in the Manapparai block were taken aback by the eviction notice issued by the Manapparai municipality to vacate their dwellings in 10 days. The notice ...
Janashakti group top cadres arrested
19 held in Karimnagar and 12 in Warangal; major blow to naxalite group
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