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Tuesday, October 02, 2007
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Karunanidhi is “one of the stalwarts” of the whole country, says Dasmunshi
Court order on bandh adhered to: Karunanidhi
CHENNAI:Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi asserted on Monday that there was no breakdown of the constitutional machinery in the State. When journalists asked him at the Secretariat if there was such a breakdown, he retorted: ...
Judge’s outburst against DMK government
New Delhi: A Supreme Court Judge on Monday orally observed that if it was found that the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) government in Tamil Nadu had not implemented the September 30 orders to stop Monday’s bandh, the court would ...
Clarification and regret
In the report “Apex Court pulls up High Court” published on October 1, the references made to the Madras High Court were, according to our Legal Correspondent, oral observations made by Justice B.N. Agrawal and Justice P.P. ...
Rain follows Future Cup to Kochi
Delayed start likely; win toss and field may be the strategy
Maharoof bowls Lanka to victory
England fails to get the momentum going on a slow wicket
Injured fast bowlers need to be handled with care
Bench strength helps Australia remain firm
State buses off road, shops remain shut most part of day
Agitation not against Supreme Court, say DPA leaders
Domestic airlines hike fuel surcharge
New Delhi: Some domestic airlines have decided to hike the fuel surcharge on tickets by Rs. 100, following a four per cent increase in the price of aviation turbine fuel (ATF) on Monday. Leading no-frills carrier SpiceJet said it had ...
Kalinga boys lift U-14 Rugby World Cup
BANGALORE: Young tribal boys from Orissa have accomplished the almost impossible task of lifting the Under-14 World Rugby Cup in England on Saturday. Students of the Kalinga Institute of Social Sciences won the Under-14 International ...
Don’t take next step on deal, says CPI(M)
KOLKATA: The Communist Party of India (Marxist) cautioned the government against “taking the next step of negotiating the text of a safeguards agreement with the International Atomic Energy Agency” on the nuclear deal with the ...
Peace rally for democracy in Myanmar
Gujral, George Fernandes and Fali S. Nariman take part
4 injured in militant attacks in J&K
Jammu: Four security personnel were injured in two separate attacks by militants in Jammu and Kashmir on Monday, a police spokesman said here. The militants fired at a joint patrolling party in the Galote-Kithar area of Kishtwar ...
Europeans angry after Bush climate speech “charade”
U.S. isolated as China and India refuse to back policy
Salary limit for bonus goes up
Raised from Rs. 3,500 a month so far to Rs. 10,000 a month from now on
Nod for Gorkha Hill Council
NEW DELHI: Fulfilling a long-held demand of the people of Darjeeling, the Union Cabinet on Monday decided to create an autonomous self-governing Gorkha Hill Council under the sixth Schedule of the Constitution. Chaired by Prime Minister ...
Is the JD(S)-BJP coalition Government on its way out?
Both sides stick to their guns on power transfer
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