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He is on course to win two-thirds of votes cast
EU proposes ‘Blue Card’ for Third World professionals
It will be on the lines of the U.S. ‘Green Card’ providing for work permits
Sachin show lights up Sydney
Rohit plays supporting role to perfection as India takes a 1-0 lead
Indian colts on top of the world
South Africa falls short by 12 runs in rain-affected final
All eyes will be on the Williams sisters
Players will have to grapple with new conditions, especially altitude
Team comes first: Tendulkar
Sydney: Sachin Tendulkar said India would take a lot of confidence from Sunday’s win going into the second final in Brisbane on Tuesday. He also stressed on team effort. Queried whether the shuffling of the younger batsmen in the ...
Davenport collects 55th career title
‘Lucky loser’ Stakhovsky takes trophy
All set for Class XII examination
24-hour police protection being given to question paper custodian centres
U.S. brought terrorism to the region: Ahmadinejad
The Iranian President on a key visit to Iraq aimed at laying the foundation for special ties
Boucher visit to focus on deal
New Delhi: U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Richard Boucher will undertake a two-day visit here from Tuesday during which the two sides are expected to review progress on implementation of the civil nuclear deal. Mr. Boucher, who is ...
Support for Hindraf’s ‘people power’ slogan
SINGAPORE: ‘Makkal Sakthi’ (‘People power’) slogan of the Hindu Rights Action Force has been adopted by two multiracial opposition parties in the run-up to the snap general election, slated for March 8, in ...
Zardari draws flak for statement on Kashmir issue
Separatists hoping that the struggle will go on without further support from Pakistan
Tussle over Ghising’s resignation
His supporters and opponents differ on where he should put in his papers
Yechury: free farmers from money-lenders
“Left parties forced the government to take pro-people actions”
Ready for early polls: Bardhan
Calls for political talks to bring Maoists into mainstream
Ahmadinejad in Iraq on landmark visit
DUBAI: Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad arrived in Baghdad on Sunday on a key visit that aims to lay the foundation for a special relationship between the neighbours. Mr. Ahmadinejad’s host, Iraqi President Jalal ...
Centre to spell out plans on nuclear deal today
New Delhi: Amid continued nudging by the U.S. to conclude the civilian nuclear deal at the earliest, the government is expected to spell out its plans on the issue on Monday in Parliament when External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee makes a ...
Storm foils murder bid
London: The FBI has revealed a plot to assassinate rock icon Sir Mick Jagger by a motorcycle gang called the Hells Angels, an attempt which was thwarted as the boat of the would-be killers got swamped in a storm. According to former FBI ...
A culture city to revive Confucianism
BEIJING: China plans to spend billions of dollars to build a culture symbolic project in the eastern province of Shandong, home to ancient Chinese philosopher Confucius, to revive traditional values, including Confucianism. Jiang ...
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