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Objection over ‘going to press’ about letter on suspensions
Customary gifts not dowry: court
No present will be deemed dowry unless given as a consideration
29.4-lakh birds culled so far
NEW DELHI: The Centre on Saturday said the State governments of Assam, Bihar, Jharkhand and Orissa had been advised to cull poultry birds up to 5 km from their border with West Bengal to prevent an outbreak of avian influenza. So far, ...
Deaths on board INS Jalashwa due to gas leakage, says Navy
Court of inquiry ordered; ship renovation hit by cost and time overruns
Another Internet cable damaged near Dubai; India is unaffected
NEW DELHI: After the snapping of two undersea cables off the Egyptian coast, another Internet cable, Falcon, owned by FLAG Telecom, has been damaged in the Middle East but Internet operations across India have remained unaffected. ...
A ‘desi’ edge to expected Microsoft-Yahoo ‘sangam’
Both players have strong Research and Development teams in India
India, Pakistan to discuss Siachen
CHENNAI: Defence Secretaries of India and Pakistan will meet in April in Pakistan to discuss the Siachen issue, according to Pakistan High Commissioner Shahib Malik. Pointing out that the two sides had come close to “discussing ...
Two boys injured as schoolmate shoots at them with airgun
A brilliant student, he was upset at being bullied
West Bengal set to complete culling
KOLKATA: With 29.4-lakh chickens already culled, West Bengal is set to complete its programme of culling 30-lakh chicken as part of an operation to combat avian influenza which had broken out in the State. West Bengal Animal Resources ...
Adulterated spirit wrought havoc on Raigad village
As liquor was banned, tribals took to denatured spirit
Greenish wicket awaits the Indians
Ponting, Hayden will have to pass the fitness test; Harbhajan likely to sit out
The way we came back was exceptional
Experience counts for a lot, especially when touring Australia, writes Anil Kumble
U.K. team to discuss immigration with India
LONDON: In an unprecedented move, Britain’s Immigration Minister Liam Byrne will travel to India next week to discuss with the government proposed changes to Britain’s immigration rules, including plans to increase the visa fee and ...
Port work will continue: Pakistan
India’s concerns can be addressed through dialogue, says Navy Chief
LTTE to blame: Rajapaksa
The blast a desperate act by the Tigers, says President
Nutrient-based fertilizer pricing formula from April
Regulatory authority for the sector planned
‘Include oil bonds for investment in PF trust’
NEW DELHI: Following the reluctance on the part of State Bank of India, the fund manager of Employee Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO), public sector oil marketing companies (OMCs) have demanded inclusion of oil bonds for investment in ...
IT’s raining ultrasmall personal computers
Entry level models from ACi and Asus add to customer choice
When money is the message
Bangalore: In an earlier, pre-Internet era, Marshall McLuhan warned: “The Medium is the Message.” Were he around today, the Canadian media pundit might be tempted say: “The Money is the Message” — thanks to the ...
Land acquisition for metro rail to be minimal
“Jayalalithaa came to Assembly to create trouble”
AIADMK MLAs came running towards Speaker: Karunanidhi
PMK for coordination panel in Puducherry
PUDUCHERRY: The Pattali Makkal Katchi (PMK), an alliance partner of the ruling Congress in Puducherry, on Saturday demanded the setting up of a coordination panel comprising the allies and evolving a common minimum programme for implementation ...
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