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Tuesday, May 22, 2007
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No question of apologising to clergy: Dera
J.J. Singh visits China
Gen. Singh expected to discuss joint military exercises, experience sharing
Wage board set up for journalists
NEW DELHI: The Government has appointed K. Narayana Kurup, retired judge of the Kerala High Court, chairperson of the two wages boards for working and non-working journalists. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Monday approved the constitution of ...
New TV channel launch on August 15
Application submitted to Union Information and Broadcasting Ministry
Bangladesh resists Indian victory push
Match poised for an interesting finish if the weather holds
Any new method takes time
We don't seem to have a process of identifyingfast bowlers, writes MAKARAND WAINGANKAR
Mortaza wants to concentrate more on his bowling
R.P. Singh happy with his show
Federer plays by his own rules
This wasn't Federer with a paintbrush but a hammer and in an oddly murderous mood, writes ROHIT BRIJNATH
BJP warns Badal on Dera row
`Talks of hard decisions' `Talks of hard decisions'
Left should review UPA performance: CPI
Manmohan Government's three-year performance a mixed bag: Bardhan
Mulayam Government unconstitutional: Governor
No disruption during the 45-minute address in Hindi
`My son may be killed any time'
Blast suspect's father condemns reports linking his son to blast in Hyderabad
India lacks political will to resolve Kashmir issue: Hurriyat chairman
Asks Delhi to build consensus on Musharraf's formula
Will not allow division of Kashmir on communal lines: Malik
Begins his `journey for freedom' from south Kashmir
Brown heckled over Iraq
LONDON: Gordon Brown, Britain's Prime Minister-in-waiting, had his first taste of public anger over Iraq when he was heckled at a Labour Party meeting on Sunday, forcing him to admit that it had been a very "divisive and difficult issue.'' Mr. ...
India, Mexico sign investment protection agreement
Climate created for Indian companies taking advantage of NAFTA
Lebanese troops surround militants
Tension spreads to the Palestinian refugee camp in Sidon
`Independent observers to monitor Banking Code'
Corporation Bank launches international credit card
Surrounded by bird flu-affected countries, India on high alert
FAO terms bird flu situation in Bangladesh "serious"
President Kalam honours Sanskrit, Arabic scholars
NEW DELHI: President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam on Monday awarded certificates of honour to scholars of the Sanskrit, Pali, Prakrit, Arabic and Persian languages.
New steps boost transparency in CET
OMR sheets of the more than one lakh students to be put up on the Internet
Disciplinary action against erring officials
Panchayat director told to furnish details about unauthorised structures
Indian mangoes now go to Japan
30 to 40 tonnes will be exported; target for next year 60 to 70 tonnes
Custodian for public properties
Operation to evict encroachers to be extended to the entire State
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