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Says parties have no right to call or enforce a bandh that causes inconvenience to people
Karunanidhi, DPA leaders to observe fast today
CHENNAI: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi, along with leaders of other parties of the Democratic Progressive Alliance, will observe a fast here on Monday on the Sethusamudram project. Announcing this on Sunday after the Supreme ...
Big gains for Janata Dal (Secular)
Congress in top slot, BJP in third spot in local body polls
Six killed in Assam serial blasts
Guwahati: Six persons were killed and over 40 injured and a pipeline was blown up in three serial blasts suspected to have been triggered by the United Liberation Front of Asom in Tinsukia and Dibrugarh districts on Sunday night. Police ...
Anand is now undisputed World champion
He won four games and drew the rest to stay undefeated in the 14-round competition
India needs to re-work its bowling attack
The attack came up short against a powerful Australian line-up
‘It’s a great victory’
CHENNAI: “It is a great victory, greater than when he won it earlier,” said Manuel Aaron, the first Indian International Master on Viswanathan Anand’s World Championship success in Mexico. “This time all the great ...
Hamilton wins a wet-and-wild race
Alonso crashes out; Kovalainen, Raikkonen finish second and third
England has a tough job on hand
DAMBULLA: England without Freddie Flintoff; Sri Lanka minus Murali. With those two giants missing it sounds as if the five-match series which begins on Monday may be duller than the local ditchwater but, with security tight, three pitches ...
Anand world champion again
NEW DELHI: World number one Viswanathan Anand ended his seven-year wait for a second World chess championship crown by taking a short draw against Hungarian Peter Leko in the 14th and final round in Mexico City on Saturday. Needing just ...
Gasquet clinches title
Rochus puts up a brave fight
Some demands of visually challenged conceded
Chief Minister promises to consider others
Apex court pulls up High Court
“It ought not to have issued directions on bandh”
Power transfer in Karnataka unlikely in the coming week
It is for party legislators to take a decision, says Deve Gowda
We will wait for outcome of meetings, says Basu
“Let’s see if UPA makes concessions on nuclear deal”
Centre precipitating matters, says CPI
It will be an “epic mistake” to go ahead with the deal: Raja
The borders melt for these bees
MT. HERMON (Golan Heights): From a dry riverbed on this frontier mountain, under a fortified outpost where Israeli troops peer out at their Syrian enemies, Efraim Ezov sends his Israeli honeybees on daily sorties into Syrian airspace. ...
Homeless of Tokyo using internet cafes
TOKYO: After a long day’s work on a Tokyo building site, all Eddie Tanaka can think about is a cold drink, a cigarette and bed. If he can keep his eyes open long enough, he might just be able to fit in a few pages of his Manga comic book ...
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