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Tells Musharraf: Act against terrorism directed at India
Death for Pakistan national
Seven years for his wife; life term for father-son duo in Red Fort attack case
Dhoni mauls Sri Lanka to take India to easy win
JAIPUR: It was a tale of two centuries. And two wicket-keepers. Sri Lanka's gloveman Kumara Sangakkara composed an innings (138 not out, 147b, 13x4, 2x6) that lingered like a melody, and found to his chagrin he wasn't even the main act. On a ...
I have no objection to any probe: Natwar
NEW DELHI: External Affairs Minister Natwar Singh on Monday said he had no objection to any probe into the allegations made against him in the Volcker report on Iraq's oil-for-food deals. "I have no objection to any probe," Mr. Singh told ...
``Special gift'' for Chennai: Daily water supply to resume from today
Storage in reservoirs reaches nearly 50 per cent of the full capacity
Getting to know ground realities
CHENAI: "My idea of coming to the Income Tax Office in Chennai is to create among the people a greater awareness on filing IT returns on time and being a dutiful tax paying citizen. Paying taxes should become a matter of pride. Hold your head ...
K.R. Narayanan hospitalised
NEW DELHI: The former President, K.R. Narayanan, has been admitted to the Army's Research and Referral Hospital here with acute pneumonia. The condition of 85-year-old Narayanan, who is in the Intensive Care Unit, deteriorated on Monday, a close ...
Move to extend illegal leases on forestland?
10,000 hectares of reserved forest in the Cardamom Hill Reserve
Viniv Inc president held, some hope for investors
Srinivasa was arrested in Visakhapatnam by Bangalore police
YSR claims better investor trust
Telangana sentiment has not adversely affected investments: Chief Minister
Corporation bags CRISIL award
VISAKHAPATNAM: The Municipal Corporation of Visakhapatnam (MCV) has won the prestigious CRISIL award for Excellence in Municipal Initiatives for 2004-05. MCV has been selected for the award for its work "in partnership with the citizens of ...
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