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Our vision for SAARC is regionalism, says Pranab Mukherjee
Let us improve relations, says Prodi
"Level of engagement should begin from scratch"
All eyes will be on Virender Sehwag
Indian camp beset by a few injury worries ahead of the second one-dayer
Khade sparkles on opening day
Richa Mishra stamps her class in the freestyle and butterfly events
James Singh nets Tamil Nadu's match-winner
GUWAHATI: James Singh, a sturdy forward, brought cheers to Tamil Nadu with a wonderful goal that turned out to be the winner against Kerala in their opening match of the men's football competition of the National Games held at the North East ...
Athletics sans sheen begins today
Serena pulls out
BANGALORE: : It was a bolt from the blue for the KSLTA. The Australian Open champion Serena Williams, who was the biggest draw of the $175,000 Sony Ericsson WTA international championship starting at the KSLTA Stadium here on February 12, has ...
State identifies shortcomings
CHENNAI: Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi on Saturday said the State Government would file a review petition before the Cauvery Water Disputes Tribunal (CWDT) seeking removal of "shortcomings" in the final order such as decisions to adopt 50 per ...
B-schools to get expert guidance
Alumni of IIT-M and IIM-A sign memorandum of understanding
Soon, a mini-Bollywood on your mobile!
First three of the mini movies to be unveiled at GSM World Congress
PCs for a `lean back' lifestyle
New models move away from the `lean forward' crouch of conventional desktop PCs
Kalam mourns Rangarajan
CHENNAI: President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam has condoled the death of S. Rangarajan, Chairman of Kasturi and Sons Limited, proprietors of The Hindu Group of Publications. In a message to Mrs. Shanta Rangarajan, Mr. Kalam said: "I am ...
Ready to share gas, electricity with J&K: PoK
A gesture of "moral and political support" to peace process: Prime Minister
Bandh to cripple life across State
Bangalore to come to a halt for 12 hours on Monday
Suddenly it's January in February as winter makes a re-entry
NEW DELHI: Just when Delhiites started putting away their woollens with the city along with the rest of North India experiencing a warm spell this past week, the weather gods sprang a surprise as the Capital woke up to a cloudy, wet and chill ...
The migrating butterflies
An interesting annual phenomenon under study
Colourful peregrination: some facts and patterns
CHENNAI: Butterfly migrations are thought to occur as a means of dispersal of some species. Among the better-documented migrations is that of the `painted lady,' which is found to migrate in the Himalayas in a north-westerly direction and also ...
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