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Final phase of Gujarat elections on Sunday
Court to evolve PIL norms
We will consider questions referred to us by two-judge Bench: Chief Justice
Modi versus the rest in Gujarat
Gujarat election 2007 is tailor-made for the Congress. But Narendra Modihas whipped up a frenzy and is still a rage among people.
Sonia’s remark insults voters: Advani
Says the Congress poll campaign will contribute to the BJP’s victory
Sixteen killed as bus rams speeding train
Gate at manned rail crossing was open; State to bear all expenses for treatment of the injured
Central districts hold key to power
Sense of House should be taken: Bardhan
NEW DELHI: Reiterating its opposition to the civilian nuclear deal with the United States, the Communist Party of India (CPI) on Friday said the debate in Parliament on the agreement made it clear that the majority was against the pact. ...
2 Indians shot dead on U.S. varsity campus
Baton Rouge (Louisiana): Two Indian doctoral students were found shot dead in an apartment on the Louisiana State University campus on Thursday night. Police are searching for three suspects. Chandrasekhar Reddy Komma and Kiran Kumar ...
Continuance of alliance depends on DMK’s attitude: Ramadoss
“Veeraswami’s statements against me have no bearing on ties”
India not in the race for making ICBMs: Saraswat
“There is no doubt as far as capability is concerned”
Gurgaon school shooting: father of one of accused arrested
He claims gun used in the crime belongs to his neighbour
Climate change talks down to the wire
Kumble must change his outlook
It’s hard to get on top Down Under and an opportunity is not to be spurned, writesPeter Roebuck
A very tough, long tour ahead
On a personal note, it’s been a special series settling into being India captain, writes Anil Kumble
Sathish is Chennai’s Superstar
PANCHKULA: Icy winds swept the Tau Devi Lal Stadium here but Chennai Superstars warmed the hearts of their supporters with a show that lit up the venue even though the finish was anti-climatic. Superstars won by 93 runs and stormed into ...
Pankaj Advani is billiards champion
He played better and deserved to win: Shandilya
Purushothaman and Kruttika hog limelight
MUMBAI: T. Purushothaman and Kruttika Nadig shared the limelight for their exemplary showings against the top seeds in their respective sections of the Asian junior chess championship at the Goregaon Sports Club here on Friday. ...
Pakistan lawyers plan fresh agitation for deposed judges
Budget passed as JVP abstains
COLOMBO: The Mahinda Rajapaksa government heaved a sigh of relief on Friday as Parliament put its seal of approval to the third and final reading of the 2008 budget with 114 members voting in favour and 67 against. Though the outcome was ...
British ‘assurance’ on migrants issue
Ministers said to be sympathetic to Indian concerns; want issue solved
Hindraf to continue struggle
SINGAPORE: Malaysian Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi has accused the Hindu Rights Action Force of resorting to an act of “treachery,” but the group’s leader P. Waytha Moorty vowed to carry forward its ...
Pakistan slams Western campaign
ISLAMABAD: A day after President Pervez Musharraf strengthened his grip over the nuclear programme by removing ambiguities in the hierarchy of the National Command Authority, it met and took note of the “hostile campaign” in the ...
Gas availability to go up by 40 p.c.
International agency appointed to market NELP blocks, says Murli Deora
Gulf Finance to invest $10 b in Maharashtra
To set up Economic Development Zone
Gautier, Ebony form venture
NEW DELHI: French home furnishing retailer Gautier on Friday announced that it has tied up with domestic firm Ebony to form a joint venture to set up exclusive home decor stores with an initial investment of Rs. 120 crore over the next two ...
Robert Gates to visit India
New Delhi: Amid staunch Left opposition on strategic defence ties with the U.S., Defence Secretary Robert Gates is expected to visit India early next year. The visit comes at a time when India had floated tenders to acquire 126 ...
Adult mosquito density high in MKB Nagar
Chennai: The Chennai Corporation’s recent study of adult mosquito density has shown that MKB Nagar, Vyasarpadi, in north Chennai, is the most affected area. Adult mosquito density is calculated by trapping mosquitoes using a ...
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