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“Looking forward to debate on nuclear deal”
Thamilchelvan killed in air raid
A major “political and moral blow” to LTTE
Suspense continues in Karnataka
NEW DELHI: Suspense continues over the formation of a Bharatiya Janata Party-Janata Dal (Secular) government in Karnataka, with the Union Cabinet not yet taking up the issue of revoking President’s Rule. This was stated by the Union ...
Madras High Court stays privilege proceedings against Jayalalithaa
CHENNAI: The Madras High Court on Friday stayed the privilege proceedings initiated against the former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister, Jayalalithaa, for her reported statements against Local Administration Minister M.K. Stalin. Justice K. ...
‘Colonel’ Karuna arrested in London
London: Leader of the breakaway faction of the Tamil Tigers Vinayagamoorthy Muralitharan alias ‘Colonel’ Karuna was arrested here on Friday morning. He was arrested for travelling on a forged passport, Home Office sources ...
Bihar bandh peaceful; 5,000 held
PATNA: The Opposition-sponsored Bihar bandh to protest the assault on journalists by JD(U) MLA Anant Singh and his men affected normal life on Friday. It was, however, peaceful. Leader of the Opposition Rabri Devi, who issued the call ...
Karat hails move to seek Central forces
Kolkata: The present situation cannot be allowed to continue in Nandigram in West Bengal’s Purbo Medinipur district “where for the past few months there is no administration, no police and there has been a recurrence of ...
Ronen Sen apologises
NEW DELHI: India’s Ambassador to the United States Ronen Sen on Friday offered an unconditional apology to the Rajya Sabha Privileges Committee for his “headless chickens” comment related to the nuclear deal in an interview ...
16 policemen killed in Maoist ambush
KHAMMAM: Sixteen policemen, including six CRPF jawans, were killed and five injured as CPI (Maoist) cadres ambushed a special party in Pamedu police station limits, some 22 km from the Taliperu project in Andhra Pradesh, in Bijapur district of ...
Cross-border support to Kashmir militants continuing, says Antony
“Two rounds of discussions held on troops reduction in Jammu and Kashmir”
Proposal to raise Haj air fare rejected
In keeping with commitment to Muslim welfare: Dasmunsi
An open letter to West Bengal Governor
Excerpts from an open letter from Justice V.R. Krishna Iyer to Gopalkrishna Gandhi, Governor of West Bengal, on October 31, 2007: Venerable Gopal Gandhi: I write this letter reluctantly but feel it my duty to request you, ...
Voice of developing countries being heard: Stiglitz
“Negotiations are more in the open”
Tender process for fighter aircraft takes off
NEW DELHI: The process of selection of one of the biggest tenders for fighter aircraft has got off with a two-leg open interaction between the bidding companies and government officials. This was in keeping with Defence Minister A.K. ...
Butt sparkles in Pakistan’s easy win
Delhi struggles to 213 for nine in a contest that was lively only in patches
TN ready to take on youthful Maharashtra
CHENNAI: The 74th edition of the Ranji Trophy begins on Saturday, with the state of domestic cricket in uncommon flux. The impact of the migration to the Indian Cricket League (ICL) — will it dilute quality or clear deadwood? — ...
The most important meeting
Sometimes it is easier to love a stranger than a neighbour, writes Peter Roebuck
Engrossing battles owe a lot to the intensity
CRICKET / Unpredictable nature of their contests has often produced unpretentious entertainment
Engrossing battles owe a lot to the intensity
Unpredictable nature of their contests has often produced unpretentious entertainment
Shoe baron gunned down in Jamshedpur
Jamshedpur: The co-owner of a leading shoe company, Ashish Dey, was gunned down on Friday by motorcycle-borne assailants in Sakchi area of the steel city. Mr. Dey (50), whose company Sree Leathers has a chain of stores across the ...
Thamilchelvan was involved in many attacks: Colombo
LTTE expresses deep sorrow over leader’s death
Resign, Scotland Yard chief told
LONDON: The head of Scotland Yard, Ian Blair, was on Friday under growing pressure to resign after a damning court verdict over the killing of an innocent Brazilian youth, Charles de Menezes, who was shot dead by the police at a London Tube ...
$ 944m World Bank loan for three rural projects
To finance vocational training programmes
Inflation rate declines to 3.02 p.c.
FM attributes the drop to steps taken on the monetary front
German firm’s push to renewable energy
To offer equipment and project development solutions
New mining policy by next month
30 companies approach Ministry for gold exploration
Removal of statue sparks violence in Madurai
22 State-owned buses damaged in stone-throwing incidents in the district
Metro rail plan holds up work on flyovers
CHENNAI: Delay in implementation of the metro rail project is holding up work on three flyovers on Anna Salai, which are to be developed with World Bank assistance under the Tamil Nadu Urban Development Project III. The three facilities ...
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