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Tuesday, February 13, 2007
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Neutral expert says it has not violated Treaty
Good news, says Pakistan
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Monday claimed victory in the Baglihar dam dispute with India, saying the neutral expert's verdict accepted its contention that the project design violated the Indus Waters Treaty. It urged India to implement the ...
Bandh total in Cauvery basin
Largely peaceful and no targeted violence
Sehwag, Pathan make the cut
MUMBAI: Rahul Dravid stuck his neck out for the beleaguered Virender Sehwag's selection in the Indian team for the ICC World Cup to be played in the West Indies in March-April. The choice of Sehwag 299 runs from 11 World Cup matches in ...
No surprises, no options either
The squad has a balance of sage heads and fresh minds
Batting in the middle overs, a problem
MARGAO: Indian sides of the 1990s were especially notorious for their inability to chase down moderate targets on decent wickets. The Yuvraj Singh-Mohammad Kaif-led resurgence in the 2002 Natwest Trophy final did much to foster a sense of ...
Needed: a permanent team manager
Despite all the talk, there is a total lack of professionalism in the BCCI administration, writes Makarand Waingankar
WTA championship from today
BANGALORE: Near-deserted roads and streets that lead to the near-deserted KSLTA Stadium gave not the slightest inkling that the Sony Ericsson International WTA tennis event was less than 24 hours away. Despite the engulfing emptiness that ...
Hari Shankar flies high
GUWAHATI: It is one of the healthy rivalries in Indian athletics that has failed to attract the required attention from the media and perhaps even the keenest of the athletic aficionados in the country time and again. Maybe, because the ...
Commission moots Constitutional status for Lok Pal
But wants Prime Minister to be kept out of jurisdiction
Veerasamy's remarks tend to scandalise judiciary: court
However, it will not initiate contempt proceedings
Sealing stayed until further orders
Prohibited activities cannot continue, says apex court
Tributes to Rangarajan
CHENNAI: The former Judge of the Supreme Court, V.R. Krishna Iyer, and the former Vice-Chancellor of Madurai Kamaraj University, P.K. Ponnuswamy, have condoled the death of S. Rangarajan, Chairman of Kasturi and Sons Limited, proprietors of ...
`Government committed to reforms with human face'
Governor draws a bright picture of the economy in his address to Assembly
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