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Military denies reports that rockets were launched on the aircraft
More Indian doctors quizzed
SINGAPORE: Australian authorities on Friday questioned five more Indian medical professionals, even as interrogation of Indian doctor Mohammed Haneef continued as part of the investigations into the recent “terror plots” in the ...
HIV/AIDS estimates down by 50 p.c.: study
NEW DELHI: The revised figure of people infected with HIV/AIDS in the country is 2.47 million, against the previous number of 5.2 million. The prevalence rate is also down to 0.36 per cent. The earlier percentage was 0.9 per cent. The new ...
Discuss nuclear deal in Parliament: Vajpayee
Concerned that deal would “conform” to “highly objectionable provisions of the Hyde Act”
Vietnam favours FTA with India
NEW DELHI: Visiting Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung on Friday favoured a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between Vietnam and India. “I hope talks between Vietnam and India will begin soon for signing an FTA that would help create ...
Sangh Parivar activists attack Panikkar
He was arriving for a painting show
NEW DELHI: Academics, artists and writers on Friday condemned the attack on suspended dean in-charge of the Faculty of Fine Arts of Maharaja Sayajirao University (Baroda) Shivaji Panikkar in Ahmedabad earlier in the day. Professor Panikkar was ...
‘Cambridge connection’ to the U.K. terror plot
Across Bering Sea in microlight
New Delhi: Air Force Wing Commander Rahul Monga on Friday became the first Indian to fly across the Bering Sea, which links Russia with North America, in a microlight. The 38-year-old serviceman, who landed at Nome in Alaska, United States, ...
Federer, Nadal through to the semifinals
Venus storms into her sixth Wimbledon final; Paes-Damm pair bows out
Court not to interfere with MBBS, BDS counselling
MTC to go for buses with doors
CHENNAI: The Metropolitan Transport Corporation (MTC) has decided to go only for buses with doors, a move aimed at preventing footboard travel. A traffic improvement committee and the transport corporation high-command have recommended ...
Sanctioned strength in three colleges restored
CHENNAI: The Centre on Friday restored the sanctioned strength of 300 seats in three Government medical colleges in Kanyakumari, Theni and Vellore districts. An official release here said Union Health Minister Anbumani Ramadoss issued ...
Lal Masjid stalemate continues
Appeals evoke no response
Boy rescued, dies in hospital
Jaipur: Five-year-old Suraj, who fell into a borewell while playing at a village 35 km from here on Wednesday was pulled out on Friday. But despite best efforts, Suraj died in hospital. — ...
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