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Muslims have an unequal share: Manmohan
Competitors fuelling Singur controversy: Ratan Tata
The Tata Group chairman asserts that he will not pull out of West Bengal
Governor meets Mamata again
KOLKATA: For the third time in the last few days, West Bengal Governor Gopalkrishna Gandhi met Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee late on Wednesday and requested her to end her fast in protest against the acquisition of farmland at Singur. ...
NDA to move Kalam on Singur issue
"If anything unfortunate were to happen to Mamata, CPI (M) and Congress would be responsible"
Buddhadeb renews offer of talks
KOLKATA: : Even as Trinamool Congress leader Mamata Banerjee's health deteriorated further on Wednesday, the 24th day of her hunger strike, West Bengal Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee renewed his offer to hold talks and asked her to end ...
Poll panel clears Jairam Ramesh
Of the charge that he was holding an office of profit
Charge sheet filed in Khairlanji killings case
BHANDARA: Within a month of beginning a probe into the murder of four members of a Dalit family in Khairlanji village of this district, the CBI on Wednesday filed a charge sheet against 11 people. The charge sheet was filed in the court of a ...
CBI files charge sheet against Jaya Jaitly
NEW DELHI: The Central Bureau of Investigation on Wednesday filed a charge sheet against three persons, including the former Samata Party president Jaya Jaitly, for allegedly taking a bribe from reporters of the Tehelka portal, who posed as ...
Kidnapped boy found dead near his house
CHENNAI: An eleven-year-old boy, reported missing from his home at Vadapalani since Tuesday night, was found dead under mysterious circumstances near his house on Wednesday. The police said Aravind of Standard VI was living in Logiah Colony, ...
"Hidden traps" in nuclear deal
CHENNAI: India must consider whether the benefits of the India-United States nuclear pact are worth the cost, said N. Ram, Editor-in-Chief of The Hindu . To "open the tap" of the nuclear suppliers group "looks like a very liberal offer, ...
Eight killed as bus falls into river
Twenty-three injured passengers are admitted to hospital
Israeli roadblock pledge derided
Too little and too late, say Palestinians
Sachin Tendulkar leads Indian fightback
Dalmiya quits as CAB President
Kolkata: Jagmohan Dalmiya resigned from the post of the President of Cricket Association of Bengal on Wednesday, severing his last official tie with the sport. The former ICC and BCCI President conveyed his decision in a letter addressed to the ...
Symonds cracks maiden Test century
Federer: sportsperson of the year
In 2006, Roger Federer played tennis better than anyone else played any other sport, writes Rohit Brijnath
A chance to stake a claim for a bigger assignment: Mukesh
Another U.P. Minister offers to resign over Kavita Rani case
Chief Minister Mulayam Singh Yadav asks him to continue in office
Police investigation into attack on IISc. reaches a dead end
A senior scientist was killed in the incident on December 28, 2005
Margadarsi Financiers seeks suspension of GOs
Writ plea filed against State Government ordering enquiry
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