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Report on OBC reservation finalised
Chinese FDI hitting `national security' barrier
New economic policy meets old paranoia; Beijing feels its firms being singled out
ULFA group pulls out of talks
ULFA-appointed group says it's in protests against Centre's decision
Play bigger role in farm sector, corporates urged
It can help banish poverty: Manmohan
SEZ: farmers plan satyagraha
Over 10,000 hectares in 45 villages to be acquired for the project
UPA Government should correct economic policies: CPI
Manmohan should not emulate NDA's "anti-people policies": Raja
Tarani guilty of murder bid: Kode
He caused explosion in Juhu Centaur Hotel
Microsoft India to train Tirupur exporters
CHENNAI: Come October and software major Microsoft India will train a group of Tirupur exporters in reaching out to customers through e-mail and well-crafted export documentation. The aim is to make Tamil Nadu's textile and apparel clusters ...
Robredo overcomes Peya
MUMBAI: Spain's Tommy Robredo laboured hard to outplay Alexander Peya of Austria 6-4, 6-2 in the first round of the $380,000 Kingfisher Airlines Tennis Open at the CCI courts here on Wednesday. It was not as easy as the score may suggest, as ...
Patriots eye shift to pro mode
MUMBAI: Tennis patriots, flying into Mumbai after fulfilling Davis Cup commitments in different parts of the world, will slip into the role of a pro at the Kingfisher Airlines Tennis Open. Dmitry Tursunov arrived from Moscow after the high of ...
Dilip Vengsarkar to head National selection panel, takes over from More
Venkatraghavan appointed Director of Umpires' Development Programme; ICC Executive Board will meet in Mumbai on November 4
``Medicine is not all about curing but is also about healing''
"Tools in a writer's bag of tricks could prove useful to doctors"
Few takers in Pakistan for Musharraf's Kargil story
Demand for fact-finding commission on the military fiasco
LTTE sending feelers for talks, says Colombo
COLOMBO: Sri Lanka on Tuesday said that through Norway, the official facilitator of peace talks, it has received "positive signals" from LTTE on resumption of the stalled dialogue. Policy Planning Minister and Defence spokesperson, Keheliya ...
TRAI roadmap for 3G spectrum
The services will enable video streaming and data intensive work
Dalit Panthers of India joins DMK-led alliance
Two municipal chairman seats may be given out of DMK's share
Turahalli land issue rocks Assembly
TV channel report baseless, says Kumaraswamy
Sensex touches 12400 level on strong global trend
MUMBAI: Influenced by strong global trend, the Bombay Stock Exchange benchmark, Sensex, raced past the 12400 level on Wednesday for the first time after May 12 but ended the day at 12366.91 as late selling pressure trimmed the gains. The ...
Call for pro-farmer policies
Sonia asks Congress-ruled States to emulate State in farm sector development
State Government recommends CBI probe into Marad riots
Report says IUML, NDF activists were directly involved in the 2003 massacre
Mattoo murder case judgment reserved
CBI seeks death sentence for prime accused Santosh Kumar Singh
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