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Between commitment to Bush and CMP
Come what may, I will return: Sharif
ISLAMABAD: Vowing to return to Pakistan on Monday come what may, the former Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said in London that he had agreed to leave the country only for five, not 10, years and this was what his Saudi benefactors ...
Sailors conduct search and seizure exercises
NEW DELHI: With the Indian Navy reluctant to provide a daily account of the largest- ever multi-nation exercises taking place in in the Bay of Bengal, the U.S. military’s websites have become the sole source of information of the ...
ULFA denies involvement in blast
Guwahati: The United Liberation Front of Asom on Saturday denied its involvement in the September 1 blast at Bamunimaidan, in which one person was killed and 20 were injured. The militant outfit alleged that bomb blasts at public places in the ...
England has the last laugh at Lord’s
CHENNAI: England beat India by seven wickets in the final match at Lord’s on Saturday to take the Natwest Series 4-3. Needing to overhaul India’s total of 187, England suffered a couple of early hiccups, but Kevin Pietersen ...
England wins series with a clinical performance
Kevin Pietersen, Paul Collingwood come good; Rahul Dravid’s decision to bat first backfires
Technology is not fool-proof: Gavaskar
London: Umpiring was under scrutiny during morning’s play in the seventh and final NatWest one-day international cricket match at the Lord’s here on Saturday. Both the decisions involved Aleem Dar, considered one of the ...
Prabhjot powers India to Asia Cup final
Indian goalkeeper Baljit proves a tough nut to crack; Korea stops Malaysia’s run
Henin shows Venus the door en route to final
Kuznetsova comes back to down Chakvetadze in the other semifinal
243 more villages flooded in Assam
GUWAHATI: Two hundred and forty three more villages were flooded in Assam on Saturday following breaches in embankments, roads and sluice gates in the worst-hit Dhemaji, Cachar, Sonitpur, Sivasagar and Golaghat districts due to heavy rains in ...
Probe ordered into Rajasthan truck accident
The vehicle in which the victims were having a free ride was meant for transporting containers
Do-not-call registry in three phases
NEW DELHI: The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) on Saturday said the much-awaited “National Do-Not-Call Registry” banning unsolicited telemarketing calls will be implemented in three phases. In a statement issued ...
No going back on medicos’ rural service, says Anbumani
CHENNAI: Union Health Minister R. Anbumani said here on Saturday that there was no proposal to go back on the decision to introduce a year’s compulsory medical service in rural areas for medical students. The Centre took the ...
Restoration work on three lakes soon
Rs.1.5 crore has been earmarked for Velachery lake
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