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Wednesday, October 10, 2007
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UPA-Left committee talks cordial, meeting again on October 22: Pranab
Jihad Council truce fails to move Delhi
NEW DELHI: Indian forces in Jammu and Kashmir are unlikely to suspend operations against terror groups despite the dramatic announcement of a three-day unilateral ceasefire by Pakistan-based terror groups, Union Home Ministry officials have ...
President’s Rule in Karnataka
Assembly kept in suspended animation
Top Hizb ul-Mujahideen member shot dead
Srinagar: A self-styled commander of the Hizb ul-Mujahideen was among seven persons killed in separate incidents in the Kashmir valley, the police said on Tuesday. Top Hizb ul-Mujahideen militant Latief Ahmad Ganai alias Furkaan and his ...
Open to talks with India: ElBaradei
“A valuable partner in peaceful uses of nuclear energy ”
Nuclear deal, not polls, our agenda: Left
Government asked to wait for recommendations of UPA-Left committee, says Yechury
I rejected RSS bid to rework pact: Kumaraswamy
BANGALORE: The former Chief Minister, H.D. Kumaraswamy, has said that he firmly rejected a Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) attempt to rework a fresh agreement with the Bharatiya Janata Party. This would have paved the way for him to ...
Rajnath Singh remained firm
NEW DELHI: It was a firm “no” by Bharatiya Janata Party president Rajnath Singh to Karnataka unit leaders late Monday evening that put an end to the efforts in Bangalore to hammer out a fresh coalition between the Janata Dal ...
50 more Taliban men killed in Waziristan
Army mum on civilian deaths
Sensex crosses 18000-mark
Markets ignore political uncertainty
Future Cup bristles with possibilities
Milla’s presence makes Cameroon formidable
‘Soccer is like opium. It is in the adrenalin of every Cameroonian’
Remote-controlled operation of irrigation systems planned
CHENNAI: The Public Works Department is planning to introduce remote-controlled operation of irrigation systems, including reservoirs. Under the proposed programme, a management information system will be created documenting all the ...
New postal division under consideration
CHENNAI: The Postal authorities are mulling over the formation of the Chennai (west) division to focus attention on the quality of services in the suburbs such as Avadi and Ambattur. At present, the Chennai Municipal Corporation is ...
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