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"We shouldn't blow it out of proportion"
Dialogue promises solution to Iran nuclear issue: Manmohan
'Iran has not closed this chapter; coercive diplomacy is not the way'
Manmohan has `not lost hope' about Doha Round
NEW DELHI: Fresh from his discussions at the G8 Summit in St. Petersburg, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh provided a cautiously optimistic insight into the prospects of the deadlocked WTO negotiations. He was addressing a press conference on the ...
Mumbai stops in its tracks to remember
People stood quietly on roads and pavements as 270 sirens across the city went off a minute before 6.25 p.m.
4 ships headed for Lebanon
As part of a plan, they will evacuate Indians if situation worsens
Displaced Lebanese flee to mountain villages
Europeans evacuated; Annan ponders stronger peace force
India surging ahead in FBR technology
French nuclear scientist says India could be acclaimed as a world champion in a decade
New IT policy on the anvil
Satellite towns connected by high-speed transportation network planned
Militants kill student in Kashmir
SRINAGAR: Militants killed an eleventh standard student in presence of a large number of people in south Kashmir, official sources said on Tuesday . They said a group of five militants kidnapped Mukhtar Ahmad Sheikh during a cricket match at ...
Ban on Mann lifted
AMRITSAR: Akal Takht Jathedar Giani Joginder Singh Vidanti on Tuesday lifted the ban imposed on Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar) chief Simranjit Singh Mann for showing `disrespect' to the Guru Granth Sahib during a religious function in the Golden ...
Strike cripples Pondy Electricity Department
Demand for revision in pay scale of junior and assistant engineers
Massacre of the innocent
The massacre by the Communist Party of India (Maoists) of nearly 30 innocent tribals taking refuge in a relief camp in Chhattisgarh brings to the fore the growing frustration among the ranks of the banned naxalite movement. It was not just ...
Report sought on massacre
Salwa Judum activists attend mass funeral, resolve to fight back
Tragic end to a brilliant career
CHENNAI: Former India football captain, V.P. Sathyan, met with a tragic end here on Tuesday when he was knocked down by suburban electric train at Pallavaram station. He was 41. Sathyan is survived by his wife and a daughter. An assistant ...
Tendulkar ready to fire on all cylinders
Wanted: Wit and wisdom at athlethes' `pressers'
In the time of the agent, the manager, the minder, the impulsive athlete and the memorable quote is a rarity, writes Rohit Brijnath
Last year's quota and fee to stay
High Court allows self-financing colleges to go ahead with their selection process
One more downpour, one more nightmare
NEW DELHI: Life in the Capital came to a standstill on Tuesday morning as the rainy season's third heavy downpour left many roads flooded for hours, exposing all over again the civic agencies' tall claims of "preparedness" for the monsoon season. ...
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