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  • From the Print Edition
    12 killed in Colombo suicide attack
    Government blames Tigers for Fort Railway Station explosion

    Nuclear deal: India may face “isolation”
    Talks with IAEA still on, says Pranab

    6 killed in hotel building collapse
    Rescue operations in progress in Ahmedabad; death toll could go up

    Supporters of Raj Thackeray, Samajwadi Party clash
    Maharashtra Navnirman Sena’s tirade against North Indians take new turn

    ‘EC should be politically detached’
    NEW DELHI: Criticising the government’s proposal to create parity among the three members of the Election Commission, the Bharatiya Janata Party on Sunday sought to know from the Left parties whether they would “blindly support the ...

    “Congress dividing anti-Left vote”
    KOLKATA: While criticising Chief Minister, Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee, for his government’s “authoritarian rule” and “for committing atrocities on the people of the State,” Trinamool Congress Chief Mamata Banerjee ...

    Karat: Congress encouraging extremists in Tripura

    I don’t know who Raj Thackeray is: Jaya Bachchan
    MUMBAI: Even as Maharashtra Navnirman Sena leader Raj Thackeray continues his tirade against North Indians, film actor Jaya Bachchan claimed she did not know who Raj Thackeray was. Ms. Bachchan told reporters that she knew of no other ...

    NASA honours Columbia astronauts
    CAPE CANAVERAL (Florida): Space officials, schoolchildren and families of astronauts who died when the Columbia shuttle exploded while returning from space five years ago gathered to remember the seven crew members, including astronauts from ...

    FICCI survey: not much loss due to the underwater cable damage
    NEW DELHI: Last week’s underwater cable damage in the Mediterranean sea connecting India, its neighbours and some Gulf countries with Europe and the U.S. had no major impact on the Indian information technology and IT-enabled services ...

    Afghanistan seeks Bandhan’s expertise
    It ranks among the top 20 micro-finance organisations

    Lee thunderbolts rattle India
    Rain, however, has the final say; the teams share four points

    Lessons learnt from tour match

    This is the team I wanted: Dhoni
    Brisbane: India captain M.S. Dhoni said if the side was seeking to build a strong force for the 2011 World Cup, it needed to groom cricketers who had played sizable matches by then. He said, “I think this is the team that I ...

    Temple demolition: Malaysia apologises
    SINGAPORE: Malaysia on Sunday apologised for the demolition of a Hindu temple on the eve of Deepavali last year. This was widely believed to have been a major factor that sparked the current unrest among ethnic Indians. Describing the ...

    Tagore medallion theft: one held
    Dhaka: Security forces have arrested a man suspected to be an aide of the prime suspect in the theft in India of the Nobel Prize medallion of poet Rabindranath Tagore. The arrest could lead to solving the case, officials said on Sunday. ...

    Large taxpayers unit opened in Chennai
    CHENNAI: The large taxpayers unit in Chennai is expected to provide “a different kind of service of higher quality to the more important customers and clients of the [tax] department,” according to Finance Minister P. ...

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