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Scotland Yard submits report
Scotland Yard report on assassination of Benazir Bhutto
The findings of a Scotland Yard inquiry into how Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto died after being attacked during a political rally in Rawalpindi were presented to the Government of Pakistan on Friday. The conclusions of the inquiry were outlined in a ...
PPP may press for international probe
‘But we do not reject the whole Scotland Yard report’
India seeks Amit’s deportation
Nepal to seek remand of kingpin in kidney racket for further investigations
New Delhi confident
NEW DELHI: India is confident that the kidney racket kingpin Amit Kumar would soon be handed over by Nepal, where he was arrested on Thursday. The CBI has taken up the matter with the Nepalese government through the Indian ...
Manmohan promises loan relief for farmers
Pravaranagar (Ahmednagar): Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said here on Friday that the government would soon come out with loan relief measures for farmers. “I am aware that farmers in many parts of the country are suffering under ...
Avalanches claim 17 more lives in Kashmir
Police rescue 32 people; Srinagar-Jammu National Highway remains blocked for sixth day
Rajeswar blames Centre for lack of development
Entire Opposition stalls Governor’s address; Uttar Pradesh House adjourned
PIL in apex court seeks arrest of Raj Thackeray
New Delhi: The Supreme Court will hear on February 22 a public interest litigation petition seeking a direction to the Maharashtra government to arrest Raj Thackeray, leader of Maharashtra Navanirman Sena (MNS), for allegedly fomenting ...
Congress targets Advani again
“Development of U.P. not possible without Centre’s help”
House adjourned after the Opposition sans BJP boycotts Governor’s address
Strategic ties with U.S. only at the cost of our support: Karat
Reminds PM of the fate of his counterparts in Japan, Australia
Taslima hopes India will renew her visa
“I still believe it is the safest refuge for a secular writer”
Irate farmers target Nitish
PATNA: Angry farmers on Friday threw stones at Chief Minister Nitish Kumar at Pilkhi village in Nalanda district, protesting against “meagre compensation” for fertile land acquired for the proposed Nalanda International ...
4 persons die of suspected anthrax
NEW DELHI: Four suspected anthrax deaths have been reported from Koraput district of Orissa while five persons are being treated for the disease in Nellore district of Andhra Pradesh. The Union Health and Family Welfare Ministry is ...
Decision on fuel price likely next week
BANGALORE: Union Minister for Petroleum and Natural Gas Murali Deora said here on Friday that a decision on the fuel price hike might be taken at a meeting of the Group of Ministers concerned in New Delhi next week. He was talking to ...
India’s ODI side on the right track
It is unwise to be thinking about the 2011 World Cup, writes Peter Roebuck
Sharp Bracken makes it a no-contest
Sri Lanka comes a cropper at the SCG; only Sangakkara puts up a fight
Bopanna, Istomin ensure parity
Paes faces a tough call on picking Bhupathi’s doubles partner
McGrane leads; erratic Indians lose their way
14 Indians make the cut; Jeev Milkha Singh succumbs, Ernie Els survives
Putin vows fitting reply to new threat from West
MOSCOW: Russia has returned to the world arena as a strong nation that can stand up for itself even as NATO is expanding and the United States is setting up new bases near Russian borders, President Vladimir Putin said. “A new ...
Archbishop in row over Sharia
Claims of heavy casualties in Sri Lanka
COLOMBO: The Sri Lanka military on Friday claimed to have made some territorial gains along the Forward Defence Lines (FDLs) in Mannar district amid reports of heavy fighting and casualties. The Sri Lanka Army (SLA) and the pro-LTTE ...
Inflation rate crosses 4 per cent-mark
Rising cereal prices pushed up the index
Caparo to build body structure for Tata Nano
CHENNAI: NRI industrialist Lord Swraj Paul-owned Caparo Group on Friday got a contract from the Tatas to build the body structure for the Rs. 1-lakh Tata Nano small car. Selected inner structural panels will be pressed and assembled by Caparo ...
IT, auto sectors get global recognition
Indian economy shows ability to adapt and remain competitive, says Kamal Nath
Final photo poll rolls by March 5
Call to address challenges of Indian judicial system
Need for rendering speedy justice: Judge
South Chennai rentals go through the roof
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