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Mechanism to address Mufti demands
Quota: all-party meet soon
No compromise on social justice, says Centre
Kumble retires from ODIs
CHENNAI: India's most successful bowler, Anil Kumble, announced his retirement from One Day Internationals in Bangalore on Friday. The 36-year-old leg-spinning ace picked up 337 wickets in 271 ODIs at an average of 30.89. His economy rate was ...
Meticulous Kiwis prove too good for Windies
Second successive defeat leaves Brian Lara's men in a tight spot
Collingwood propels England
GEORGETOWN: Paul Collingwood missed out on a well-deserved century but still ensured Ireland's early brace did not stop England from posting a challenging 266 for seven in their World Cup Super Eight match here on Friday. Collingwood (90) and ...
Australia starts overwhelming favourite
Bangladesh's opening bowlers could pose a problem or two
Jeev: Master of the milestones
Some athletes take the small steps that enable others to take giant leaps later, writes Rohit Brijnath
Losses made us hungry for success
We can still raise our performance by a few notches, writes Glenn McGrath
A dignified end to a glittering innings
Anil Kumble announces his retirement from ODIs; says he'll be available for Tests
Meerut jail inmates turn violent
They also opened fire from weapons smuggled into prison
Nuclear deal will not fall through, says Russian envoy
NEW DELHI: The India-United States civilian nuclear deal will not fall through, Russian Ambassador Vyacheslav Trubnikov said here at a press conference to mark the 60th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between India and ...
"Self-employment mainstay of all religious groups in rural areas"
NEW DELHI: Self-employment is the mainstay of all religious groups in rural areas, according to a report on the `Employment and Unemployment Situation among major Religious Groups in India (2004-05)'. Based on the 61st round exercise of the ...
Sri Lanka denies radar system was deficient
Information Minister Anura Priyadarshana Yapa: "We have never said so. Now I am saying, the report is wrong."
Satisfied with mechanism announced by Centre: Mufti
`It will help in pushing forward the peace process'
RBI raises repo, CRR rates
Interest rate on eligible CRR balances cut to 0.5 p.c.
5 soldiers, 8 civilians killed in Sri Lanka
COLOMBO: At least 13 persons, five soldiers and eight civilians were killed on Friday in continuing violence in the north and east. The military said the LTTE had detonated a claymore mine targeting a tractor carrying meals for the security ...
Fresh video of captive sailor angers Britain
U.N. expresses concern over Iran's action
Karunakaran formula for return to Congress
He seeks level-playing field for regional leaders
Reliable Freight forms venture with HK firm
CHENNAI: The Chennai-based Reliable Freight Forwarders Pvt Ltd. has entered into a joint venture agreement with the Hong Kong-based Kerry Logistics. The new company will have 51 per cent equity from Kerry Logistics and an equity base of $1 ...
BBMP's maiden budget has nothing much for the common man
The civic body has proposed a slew of levies, including storm water drain cess
Assembly resolution seeks joint Parliament session on quota issue
Government announces a slew of community welfare schemes
Banjara Development Corporation constituted with a grant of Rs. 10 crore
Government declares public holiday
CHENNAI: The Government has declared March 31 a public holiday under the Negotiable Instruments Act for all State Government offices, public undertakings including the State Transport Corporations and industrial establishments. Buses and ...
Overuse, cruelty driving elephants to madness
KOCHI: Kerala, the home to most number of captive elephants, is fast becoming their torture ground as well. Parading the animals in musth, stretching their working hours beyond reasonable limits, provocation by public and cruelty by mahouts ...
Political parties must meet this challenge squarely, says CPI (M)
Higher education has become a business activity and bars reservation
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