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Arrested duo allegedly got U.S. visas for 100 people
Legislators meet Zardari
No U.S. pressure to avoid confrontation with Musharraf: PPP spokesman
Over 80% vote in Tripura
Exercise peaceful, women turn out in strength
Action sought against tobacco, liquor firms
NEW DELHI: Union Health and Family Welfare Minister Anbumani Ramadoss has asked the Information and Broadcasting Ministry to take action against tobacco and liquor companies indulging in “surrogate” advertising in print, electronic ...
President: time for crusade against scourge of court arrears
We cannot allow a situation where common man takes law into his own hands
Left will retain power: Manik Sarkar
Guwahati: Tripura Chief Minister Manik Sarkar said the Left Front would retain power with more support and the Congress would be further isolated in the State after the Assembly elections. Mr. Sarkar, who is seeking re-election from the ...
A useful back button to the future
‘Hooeey’ handles personal browsing data across multiple machines
Missing link in digital home entertainment
Pinnacle’s video transfer device launched in India
Australia keen to retain the edge
Sreesanth amd Sehwag likely to be in the playing eleven
New deep-sea port coming up
CHENNAI: A new deep-sea port will come up on the East Coast under the public private partnership model, Union Minister of Shipping, Road Transport, and Highways T.R. Baalu said here on Saturday. “The exact location of the ...
‘Carnatic and Hindustani classical music act as unifying forces’
NEW DELHI: “Music transcends all barriers of language and geography, satisfying mind, body and soul. Both Carnatic and Hindustani classical music are among the several unifying forces in our country which is blessed with rich and diverse ...
As urban-rural gap stands out, school education can’t be neglected: Ram
“High dropout due to lack of quality and absence of amenities in rural schools”
Corporation removing overhead cables
CHENNAI: Several metres of overhead cable was removed along the Nungambakkam High Road on Saturday as the deadline for transferring cable to the underground duct constructed alongside the road expired on Friday. The truncated cables of ...
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