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Largely peaceful exercise; rampant complaints of names missing from voters’ list
Keshubhai refuses to vote
AHMEDABAD: The former Gujarat Chief Minister and dissident BJP leader, Keshubhai Patel, refused to exercise his franchise in the Tuesday election. Mr. Patel, who had been seeking a change of guard in the State for the last three years, was in ...
NDTV exit poll shows Congress gains
Star News predicts BJP win in the State
Manmohan promises re-look into riot cases
AHMEDABAD: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has promised to take a “re-look” into the investigations into the 2002 communal riots-related cases if the Congress is voted to power in Gujarat. Talking to journalists here and in ...
EC defers decision
New Delhi: The Election Commission has postponed its decision on the replies sent by Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi, Congress president Sonia Gandhi, Congress leader Digvijay Singh and BJP leader V.K. Malhotra in response to the show ...
Gurgaon school student shot dead by classmates
GURGAON: In an incident reminiscent of American high-school shootings, two Class VIII students of a private school here reportedly shot dead their classmate on Tuesday afternoon. Both the accused have been detained by the police. The ...
Judges refer PIL on trafficking victims to larger Bench
Apparently, they take their cue from Monday’s verdict
“Post of Prime Minister is not in Advani’s horoscope”
NEW DELHI: Taking potshots at Monday’s Bhartiya Janata Party’s announcement, Rashtriya Janata Dal president and Railway Minister Lalu Prasad said the post of Prime Minister was not in L.K. Advani’s horoscope. Mr. ...
It is for parliamentary party to decide: Manmohan Singh
Vajpayee will play the role of ‘mukhiya’, says Rajnath Singh
Shimla: BJP president Rajnath Singh said on Tuesday that party veteran Atal Bihari Vajpayee would play the role of mukhiya (head of the family) of the party. His remark comes a day after senior leader L.K. Advani was anointed as its prime ...
Sonia denies charge of model code violation
Congress, however, did not make public contents of her reply
Yet another century by Misbah-ul-Haq
Ishant Sharma picks up five wickets to put India in the driver’s seat
Jayawardene, Vandort make merry
The host is 28 runs ahead with six wickets in hand; Tough day for England bowlers
BILLIARDS & SNOOKER
Asim stuns Devendra Joshi; Malkeet Singh surprises Vazirani
HYDERABAD: Md. Asim of Railways continued his impressive form as he shocked former National champion Devendra Joshi (PSPB) 410-254 in the senior billiards league of the Seaway Group-sponsored National billiards and snooker championship for ...
England to clash with Australia in final
France and Egypt come a cropper
Sethu project: court adjourns hearing on Swamy’s plea
Centre sought time as it was examining the expert committee’s report
IUML leaders want Taslima Nasreen deported
“She is guilty of writing against religion”
Trains to remote areas of Chhattisgarh
NEW DELHI: In an attempt to take development to the interior areas, the naxalite infested areas of Chhattisgarh will now have train facilities following a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed by the Railways, the Chhattisgarh government, ...
Nicky Boje questioned by Delhi police
NEW DELHI: The former South African cricketer, Nicky Boje, was questioned by the Crime Branch of the Delhi police at the Gazetted Officers’ Mess in Daryaganj here on Tuesday in connection with a match-fixing case in 2000. Mr. Boje ...
Consensus reached at climate change meet
Adaptation Fund and REDD designed to help developing countries deal with reduction of emission
Climate change could increase tensions
Indian subcontinent listed as a potential hotspot: report
Time frame sought for GHG emission control
Developing countries need financial support, says India
Algiers blasts kill at least 60
Worst of a series of bombings in the Algerian capital this year
N-arms in safe hands, says Pakistan
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan asserted its nuclear weapons were in safe hands on Tuesday as it test-fired a cruise missile called Hatf 7. This is third time this year that Pakistan has test fired the 700-km range missile, also called Babur, said ...
Hindraf leader arrested after bail
SINGAPORE: Hindu Rights Action Force (Hindraf) leader P. Uthayakumar was arrested, granted bail and rearrested under Malaysia’s Sedition Act on Tuesday, amid the continuing crackdown on opposition leaders and civil liberty ...
Sensex scales new peak at 20291
Hopes of U.S. rate cut trigger rally
GDP to grow at 8.5-9 p.c. : Montek
Efforts will be made to achieve more inclusive growth
Suzuki Motor to roll out global car from India
‘A-Star’ will be displayed at the New Delhi Auto Expo
9 held for selling gifted TV sets
CHENNAI: Nine persons were arrested on Tuesday for allegedly selling colour television sets distributed to poor families under a government scheme. They were arrested on charges of extortion and threatening the beneficiaries. The ...
Net kiosks in villages soon
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