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Panel to look into their demand
Basu, Mamata hold cordial talks
Discuss ways to restore peace and end stalemate over setting up Tata project
CWC leaves it to Sonia
NEW DELHI: The Congress Working Committee (CWC) on Monday authorised party president Sonia Gandhi to finalise the party's nominees for President and Vice-President. Senior Congress leader M.L. Fotedar moved this proposal and others seconded ...
Nadal quells the Hewitt challenge; in last eight
Novak Djokovic enters quarterfinals with a thumping win
Henin desperate to keep lucky charm
PARIS: As she eyes a fourth French Open crown, Justine Henin is keen to hang on to her lucky charm. The only problem is that her mascot is an eight-year-old boy who cannot keep playing hookey in Paris. The presence of Emmanuel Rodriguez, ...
Curtain set to go up on Afro-Asia Cup tournament
Bangalore: It was supposed to be a tournament rich with a liberal coating of `star dust'. However, with a slew of withdrawals ranging from Sachin Tendulkar to Shoaib Akhtar and a last-minute change in the official telecaster from Nimbus ...
No change in Ranji format
BCCI shortlists Ford, and `unnamed foreigner'
Overlooks Dav Whatmore
Need to dwell on the problems of fast bowlers
The ICC must review all recommendations of the Cricket Committee, writes Makarand Waingankar
Helmets now optional for women, children riding pillion
CHENNAI: In an attempt to clear the confusion over the implementation of the helmet rule for two wheeler riders and pillion riders, the State Government on Monday said the option of wearing helmet would be left to women and children pillion ...
Two views on extension centre
CHENNAI: The Forest Department and environmentalists are not seeing eye to eye on a proposal to set up an extension centre in Nanmangalam. The centre to educate farmers on raising economically viable timber species is proposed on 100 ha, ...
Congress re-nominates Gnanadesikan for Rajya Sabha
NEW DELHI: The Congress on Monday decided to re-nominate B.S. Gnanadesikan as the candidate for the Rajya Sabha biennial elections from Tamil Nadu. Mr. Gnanadesikan's term as MP is scheduled to expire on July 24. The decision, communicated ...
Newspapers still ahead of the game
World sales up by 2.3%; India grows 13% in 2006
BCCI to meet two candidates
BANGALORE: The Indian cricket team coach is yet to be decided though the Board of Control for Cricket in India has zeroed in on two candidates after its Coach Selection Committee meeting here on Monday. BCCI treasurer N. Srinivasan said: "We ...
A cache of historic letters on offer
From Donne, Napoleon, Gandhiji, they are up for auction in London in July
Anand, Khan suspended
NEW DELHI: Taking a serious view of the exposure in the sting operation by NDTV, the Supreme Court Bar Association on Monday suspended two members for allegedly influencing a key witness in the BMW hit-and-run-case. At an extraordinary ...
Abducted Red Cross workers in Sri Lanka found dead
Humanitarian agencies condemn "murders"
Four militants gunned down in Kashmir
JAMMU: The Army on Monday foiled another infiltration bid along the Line of Control and gunned down four militants in Rajouri district. A Defence official said a forward column of the Army intercepted a group of militants who had infiltrated ...
Delhi bears the brunt of a fiery bandh
Capital's borders blocked, vehicles burnt, traffic disrupted, supplies stopped
Tata's application for expansion of Dharwad auto plant cleared
Job potential will go up to 36,675 and production to 2.26 lakh vehicles a year
Viral fever cases in State continue to go up
The vectortrail Chikungunya caseload stabilising: Health Department
Karunya University set to become an eco-friendly campus
COIMBATORE: Karunya University has embarked upon an ambitious project to generate bio-diesel from jatropha seeds. It has proposed to raise a total of 200 acres of jatropha under irrigated conditions. It already has 110 acres of jatropha. It is ...
SAARC delegates hail peace process
Objective is to form a South Asian Parliament
Dengue: Minister calls emergency meet
Private hospitals told to comply strictly with instructions
IT corridor: freeze likely on constructions
Tamil Nadu Government planning to impose Impact Fee
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