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Judgments in India to be basis for defence: Quattrocchi lawyer
Says he and his client "confounded" at the turn of events leading to his arrest
No troops reduction in J&K: Manmohan
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has ruled out, for now, troops reduction in Jammu and Kashmir. He said such a step could be contemplated if terrorist activities ended in the troubled State. The Prime Minister rejected the contention ...
UKD, Independents lend support to BJP
DEHRA DUN: Three members of the Uttarakhand Kranti Dal and two Independents gave their letters of support for the Bharatiya Janata Party to form the next Government in Uttarakhand, to the Governor, Sudarshan Aggarwal, on Saturday. With this, ...
Pakistan tests Hatf-II missile
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Saturday test-fired a short-range surface-to-surface nuclear capable missile `Hatf-II Abdali,' barely eight days after a similar test. The missile with a range of 200km was an ``indigenously developed'' short-range ...
Can the Congress avoid a confrontation in Meghalaya?
NEW DELHI: With reports that Meghalaya Chief Minister J.D. Rymbai has decided to dig in his heels after having been served with a termination notice, the stage appears set for a possible confrontation between him and the party high ...
4 Kashmir parties criticise Musharraf's formula
JAMMU: Rejecting President Musharraf's four-point formula to solve the Kashmir issue, four Kashmiri parties have said, the formula if implemented would lead to the State's disintegration. This declaration was made Jointly by Sardar Aejaz ...
A critique of the two budgets
The Railway Minister cannot continue with the present spree of quick fix budgeting. And, the 2007-08 Union budget is a hodge-podge of financial allocations without any strategy.
Aero show marks J.N. Tata's birth anniversary
Steel city wears a festive look, Jubilee Park bathed in colours of light
Can the South Africans deliver this time?
They need to hold their nerves and exorcise the ghosts of the past
J.P. Yadav stars in Central's win
Mumbai: Central Zone defeated South Zone by 25 runs in the All Star Series Deodhar Trophy tournament here on Saturday. Central's Jai Prakash Yadav dismissed South's main batsmen. He bagged four wickets for 44 runs. Batting first, Central scored ...
Australia wins a thriller to enter the final
Poor fielding at the death lets India down
Pakistan not interested in trade, says Azad
Says both J&K, Centre are ready for that
Sehwag included on Dravid's insistence: Vengsarkar
Tehran-Riyadh talks to cover West Asia
DUBAI: Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has arrived in Riyadh for talks that could help ease sectarian tensions in Iraq and encourage a political settlement of the crisis in Lebanon. Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz received Mr. ...
IT corridor will provide 3 lakh jobs: Karunanidhi
Chief Minister says first phase will be completed by August
Heavy turnout for Attukal Pongala
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Tens of thousands of women braved the scorching sun for hours to offer pongala on Saturday, marking the climax of the 10-day annual festival at the Attukal Bhagavathy temple here. From early morning, devotees carrying earthen ...
ICICI Bank forms holding co. for insurance
New company may consider public listing of its equity shares
Procedure "not followed" in contract extension
Trade union says subject did not come up before Corporation Council
Anxious summer ahead for parents
Cricket World Cup could be a distraction for children facing examinations
Now you can have a virtual `office' on the Web
Free online tools available for word processing, spreadsheets, presentation
Mining industry: roll back export duty on iron ore
BELLARY: The levy of export duty on iron ore at Rs. 300 a tonne in the latest budget has come as a shock to mine owners and ore exporters in Bellary district. The quality rich iron ore being extracted in the Bellary-Sandur, Hospet-Sandur and ...
Who reads papers on the Net?
Survey by Pune University Journalism department unveils online habits of Indian readers
"Back wages on reinstatement not automatic"
NEW DELHI: Whenever a labour court or industrial tribunal orders reinstatement of a workman, payment of back wages is neither automatic nor consequential, the Supreme Court has held. "There is also a misconception that whenever reinstatement ...
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