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Fuel supplies, reprocessing right, fallback safeguards and ‘right of return’ clauses all resolved
BJP suspends 5 Gujarat MLAs
NEW DELHI: Bharatiya Janata Party president Rajnath Singh on Monday suspended five Gujarat MLAs on grounds of indiscipline. Cross-voting The action followed reports that there was cross-voting in favour of ...
Ansari, Najma file nominations
With entry of ruling UPA and NDA candidates, poll has become a 3-way race
PF rate to be retained at 8.5 per cent
NEW DELHI: The Central Board of Trustees of the Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation on Monday recommended that the existing rate of interest on the EPF at 8.5 per cent be retained for 2006-07. The recommendation followed ...
Pakistan warns U.S. against strikes
U.S. has hinted it is considering military action against Al-Qaeda bases in north-west
AFP claims to have more evidence
Denies trying to falsify Haneef’s diary
Traffic restrictions for heavy vehicles coming into Chennai
Time restriction not for those carrying essential items
Karunanidhi cautions Ramadoss
Against his continued criticism of the State Government
Rain helps India escape with a draw scoreboard
Dhoni shepherds the tail through a period of sharp thinking
Good day for Tamil Nadu
CHENNAI: Host Tamil Nadu had a rest day in the inter-State squash competition while the elimination rounds went on in full swing with few surprises in the doubles events of the National squash championships here on Monday. Tamil Nadu had ...
Lara joins ICL
NEW DELHI: West Indian great Brian Lara on Monday joined the Indian Cricket League, giving the venture a huge thrust in its effort to promote the Twenty20 version of the game in the country. Apart from Lara, the ICL also roped in former ...
Import duty on edible oil cut
New Delhi: The Central Government on Monday cut the import duty on edible oil by 5-10 per cent. The move could see prices fall by up to Rs. 4 a kg at the retail level. — ...
Poker-playing program takes on humans
In the world’s first such man-machine challenge, players gamble for a prize pot of $50,000
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