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“The lowest tender for 45.5 million cellular lines will cost us close to Rs. 10,000 crore more unnecessarily”
Was car-bomb designed in Bangalore?
Online records show Kafeel researched bomb-making on the eve of departure
DNA test confirms Kafeel drove Glasgow jeep
BANGALORE: DNA testing by the U.K. authorities has confirmed that the man who drove the flaming jeep into the Glasgow Airport terminal on June 30 was indeed Kafeel Ahmed from Bangalore, the elder brother of Sabeel Ahmed who has also been ...
Venus sparkles again in Wimbledon final
Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal set up another title clash
Only Nadal can beat Federer: Berdych
LONDON: Tomas Berdych can only see one man challenging Roger Federer at Wimbledon this year. And that’s Rafael Nadal, the second-seeded Spaniard who beat him 7-6(1), 6-4, 6-2 on Friday in the quarterfinals. ...
Big three opt out of Twenty20 World Cup
Gayle, Morton help West Indies set stiff target scoreboard
NOTTINGHAM: Kevin Pietersen, who cemented his place with England during the Ashes year of 2005 by taking three sensational catches in a Twenty20 international, changed the course of the third one-dayer against West Indies at Trent Bridge with ...
Shattered certitudes and new realities
Efforts need to be made to explore the ideological landscape in which the Karnataka jihadis moved on
Australian police permitted to question Haneef
SINGAPORE: Australian Prime Minister John Howard has hinted that “there is a possible connection” between the recent terror plots in the United Kingdom and an Indian doctor still being held in Brisbane under counter-terrorism laws. ...
Mobile phone-based ‘pico projectors’ coming
They will allow you to enjoy the large picture size of a television set
Truck bomb kills 100 in Iraq market
Four U.S. personnel killed
Surrender or face death, says Musharraf
Cooperative elections: High Court seeks particulars of complaints
Says it will take serious note of any large-scale violation of election rules
Violence mars MTC cooperative elections
Factional fight between CITU and ruling party-backed unions spills on to Anna Salai
Chandra Shekhar critical
New Delhi: Former Prime Minister Chandra Shekhar, suffering from cancer, is in a critical state. He has been undergoing treatment in the Indraprastha Apollo Hospital for the past three months, hospital sources said. The 80-year-old Lok ...
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