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But IAEA rules will be respected, says Ahmadinejad
Birla group buys Novelis for $5.9 billion
All-cash transaction in line with group aim: Birla
The Indians choke at the `death' to lose by five runs
RAJKOT: India choked, having neglected to ease the collar occasionally, in the second one dayer against Sri Lanka in Rajkot on Sunday. The home side contrived to lose the match by five runs despite needing to chase down only 258 on a hard ...
England has the last laugh on a rainy day
Now Sania in the spotlight
BANGALORE: Without Serena Williams's licensed tennis savagery, I'm-my-biggest-fan solipsism, and the Grand Slam brand worth, it will be up to Sania Mirza to deal her opponents a bigger blow than what the Australian Open champion dealt the ...
Preeja picks up a double
GUWAHATI: : A fine double by Preeja Sreedharan (Kerala) and a new meet record each by V.S. Surekha (Tamil Nadu) and Kashinath Aswale (Jharkhand) provided a better start, than what was anticipated, to the athletic events of the 33rd National Games ...
Neither State has lost after Cauvery award: Karunanidhi
CHENNAI: Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi told The Hindu in an interview that neither Tamil Nadu nor Karnataka has lost following the award of the Cauvery Water Disputes Tribunal. "As far as Tamil Nadu is concerned, the final award of ...
Three Chennai students killed in collision
The condition of three others is said to be critical
Seven killed in house collapse
Four-storey building caves in at Madipur in West Delhi due incessant downpour
Vodafone set to acquire Hutch
U.K. telecom giant values Indian operator around $19-20 billion
Barnala mourns Rangarajan
CHENNAI: Governor Surjit Singh Barnala has offered his condolences on the death of S. Rangarajan, Chairman, Kasturi and Sons Ltd, proprietors of The Hindu group of publications. "I am deeply shocked and grieved to hear about Mr. ...
SEZs needed for growth: Yunus
Peasants should not suffer in the process of land acquisition
People ready for today's bandh
There was panic buying of milk, vegetables and provisions on Sunday
IG's directive may be put on hold
Chief Minister, Home Minister against mechanical enforcement of Copyright Act
Rain, cold wave claim 14 lives in north India
NEW DELHI: : Fourteen persons have died in several parts of northern India as torrential rain over the past few days have thrown normal life out of gear in the region. On Sunday, people preferred to remain indoors. According to ...
Congress to target TDP, CPI(M)
CLP executive holds meeting ahead of budget session of Assembly
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