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Second phase polls witness blast, incidents in Kozhikode district
LDF win predicted
KOCHI: The India Vision-AC Nielsen Exit Poll conducted among the Kerala voters after polling for the second phase of Assembly elections in 66 constituencies in six districts on Saturday predicted that the Left Democratic Front will come to power ...
Taliban sets deadline to kill hostage
Saran rejects demand for pullout of Indian citizens from Afghanistan
Family shaken, pleads for release
Engineer took up assignment in January
13 abducted villagers killed by naxals
37 released villagers in a state of shock
IOC seeks hike in petrol, diesel prices
KOLKATA: Faced with huge under-recoveries, the Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) today sought an immediate upward revision of petrol and diesel prices to the extent of Rs 10.50 per litre. "At present prices, the company is incurring a daily loss of ...
SBI, two other banks hike PLR
State Bank, OBC raise home loan rates
Minor surgery done on Pramod Mahajan
Condition remains critical; the BJP leader may need similar procedures
Maoists' call for ceasefire positive: Yechury
KATHMANDU: Describing as "positive" the Maoists' decision to have a three-month ceasefire, CPI (M) leader Sitaram Yechury today hoped the rebels would join the political process and help in building a new democratic Nepal. "It is very ...
Pakistan test-fires Hatf VI again
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Saturday successfully test fired its long-range surface-to-surface ballistic missile Hatf VI (Shaheen II) with `outstanding results.' A statement by the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said that the missile test ...
Braille signage system on trial basis
All booths in R.K. Nagar and Park Town constituencies will have the facility
UNFIT FOR CONSUMPTION
Australian wheat in the dock
CHENNAI: Even before the half-a-lakh tonne cargo of Australian wheat could be unloaded at the Chennai port, a controversy has rocked the first consignment of import. Laboratory tests on the samples drawn from the cargo on Tuesday revealed more ...
Glaring regional imbalance in industrial investment
Seven districts draw a blank during 2005-06
Coming soon: A safari park in the heart of Delhi
NEW DELHI: A safari park right here in the heart of the Capital? Sounds hard to believe? Well, Delhi University thinks otherwise. In an unusual venture that will clearly be a first for the city, the grand old university has embarked on the ...
Sinha for ban on unknown investors
He says recent fluctuations in Sensex raise suspicion about unknown investment
Quantum leap in IT exports from State
Software Technology Parks of India sets itself an ambitious target of Rs. 18,000 cr.
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