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West Indies enters semi-finals
AHMEDABAD: West Indies booked its spot in the semi-finals of the ICC Champions Trophy with a three-wicket win over India in a Group `A' match on Thursday. Brian Lara's side reached the target of 224 with two balls to spare. The defeat leaves ...
For successful journalism, with a soul
Pressures on the core values of journalism a cause for concern: N. Ram
An evening of introspection, and humour too
Of the financial newspaper of choice
Delhi talks may focus on anti-terror mechanism
Priority to be given to Havana agenda
ULFA group to discuss peace initiative today
CPI (M), AGP call for unconditional talks
Apt juncture to assess foreign policy: Karat
Recalls Left parties' note to Government on serious distortions
Nirupama Rao leaves for China
COLOMBO: India's Ambassador-designate to China, Nirupama Rao, left for Beijing from here on Thursday. Attending the last function here in her capacity as the High Commissioner of India to Sri Lanka, Ms. Rao fondly recalled her association ...
Global rights panel soon, says Colombo
COLOMBO: Sri Lanka on Thursday said an international independent panel of eminent persons would soon investigate allegations of human rights violations. The U.N.'s Special Rapporteur on extrajudicial, summary or arbitrary executions recently ...
West Indies through to the semifinals
India goes down fighting in an exciting encounter at the Motera.
A do-or-die battle for both teams
Indian, U.S. Navies to conduct counter-terrorism exercise
Expeditionary manoeuvres off Konkan coast in the coming days
Karunanidhi writes to Chief Ministers on quota issue
CHENNAI: Requesting all Chief Ministers to oppose the trend against reservation and social justice, Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi has said that States should implead themselves in the Supreme Court case on the issue. They should see to it that ...
Autorickshaw drivers make most of rain
CHENNAI: Autorickshaw drivers in the city are enjoying a `Deepavali bonanza' with the onset of the northeast monsoon, charging exorbitant fare from hapless commuters. The overnight rain and persistent drizzle on Thursday morning had several ...
Oscar Fernandes to initiate talks on labour reforms
`A date for holding a tripartite meeting will be fixed shortly'
Supreme Court notice to EC on electoral rolls
Publishing photos of Muslim women may wound sentiments: petitioner
Assembly panel detects lapses in NSL deal
Clubbing of loss-making units with others decried
NMCC seeks safeguards for SEZs
Plan for big push to manufacture of advanced technology products
Delhi Metro railway all set for an extended run now
NEW DELHI: The first trial runs of trains on the brand new 2.81-km Barakhamba Road-Indraprastha extension of Delhi Metro Line 3 this past week have gone on smoothly and successfully. On Thursday, Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit undertook an ...
ICICI Bank, Sixt form alliance for car leasing
Sixt will take up operational responsibilities
Bill to provide relief to farmers introduced
Assembly refers the Bill to Select Committee
Sensex recovers 75 points
MUMBAI: The Sensex recouped part of the recent losses as firm trend in global bourses and the U.S. Federal Reserve's decision to keep the interest rates unchanged triggered fresh buying. Short covering in derivatives due to expiry of October ...
Merajuddin Patel likely to head JD(S) State unit
Formal announcement may be made tomorrow
Talks on with banks for aid to buy cotton
COIMBATORE: The South India Cotton Association (SICA) has held talks with some banks on funding for cotton purchase. According to K.N. Viswanathan, Secretary of the association, a couple of banks are already having a programme to finance cotton ...
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