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Restructure customs and excise duties; do not pass on the burden to States: Karat
Weather delays India's progress
Gros Islet: The elements combined on Tuesday to hamper India's march towards victory in the second Test. Day four scheduled to start half an hour early to compensate for loss of play on day three was called off without a ball ...
Bush makes surprise visit to Iraq
DUBAI: United States President George Bush paid a surprise visit to Baghdad to meet the new Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri Maliki. The two leaders held talks at the fortified Green Zone where the American embassy is located. The U.S. President was ...
Rosicky's brace floors the U.S.
Painful end for opening goal scorer Jan Koller
Africa's enthusiasm is infectious
One day, possession will translate into goals and potential into finals victory, writes Rohit Brijnath
Order on Rahul Mahajan's bail application reserved
Police want to to conduct narco-analysis, brain mapping for Rahul Mahajan
Bid on Stalin's life in Madurai
CRPF guard who tried to intercept the armed intruder gets stabbed
Satellite towns: planners looking for locations
To be outside Chennai Metropolitan Area, but within commuting distance from city
BSF jawan killed in BDR firing
KOLKATA: A Border Security Force (BSF) jawan was killed when personnel of the Bangladesh Rifles (BDR) fired on a BSF patrol pursuing cattle smugglers at Ghojadanga in West Bengal's North 24 Parganas district on Monday night. The BSF jawans ...
Minor drop in oil prices in Delhi
AIMTC laughs it off, says govt should give up excise, customs and sales tax on petro products
Sensex sheds 414 points on global meltdown
MUMBAI: Gloomy weather across the global markets continued to hurt Indian bourses, sending the benchmark Sensex spiralling down 414 points to a six-month low of 9062.65, notwithstanding sustained foreign institutional investment inflows in ...
Delhi decides to cut petrol price marginally
NEW DELHI: Giving a marginal relief to consumers in the Capital, the Sheila Dikshit Government on Tuesday decided to reduce the recently increased price of petrol by 67 paise a litre and diesel by 22 paise through a cut in the Value Added Tax ...
Lalu Prasad seeks permission for foreign trip
PATNA: Union Railway Minister Lalu Prasad on Tuesday sought the permission of the Special CBI Court to permit him to undertake a foreign trip on June 23. Special Judge Muni Lal Paswan has posted the hearing for June 20 with the directive that ...
Crisis blows over as coalition Government defers discussion on BMIC project issue
Chief Minister, Deputy Chief Minister and others spend four hours on Tuesday trying to save the Government
Strike total in Kerala
Affects normal life, creates bandh-like situation
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