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“Our understanding of Hyde Act is different”
4 TRS members quit Lok Sabha
NEW DELHI: Four members of the Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) submitted their resignations from the Lok Sabha on Monday in protest against the delay in the creation of a Telangana state. Following suit, TRS legislators will resign from the ...
“Hyde Act will hurt sovereignty”
Left parties disagree with UPA government’s stand
Can the Aussies bounce back at the Gabba?
India will be keen to finish things off in the second final
Nielsen unhappy with Aussie batsmen
India notches up another big win
Great Britain registers a facile victory over Russia
Aussies will come back hard
Tendulkar answered many questions with his knock at the SCG, writes Steve Waugh
Bammer battles past Morigami
Sunitha Rao loses in the final qualifying round
Things going from bad to worse
Convergence at IAEA: Congress
NEW DELHI: The Congress on Tuesday gave a clear indication that following the “convergence of views” in the India-specific safeguards agreement talks at the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) this weekend, the UPA ...
Kapil Sibal seeks area in seafront for national ocean technology institute
CHENNAI: Minister of State for Science and Technology and Ocean Development Kapil Sibal called on Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi at his Gopalapuram residence to seek a “large area in the seafront in Tamil Nadu to carry out research ...
Black Monday again for stock markets
Left committed to its position on nuclear deal: Yechury
NEW DELHI: Reiterating their opposition to the India-U.S. civilian nuclear cooperation agreement, the Left parties on Monday warned the UPA government, saying “they cannot support a government that can enter into such a deal with the ...
Focus on India’s new trillion-dollar economy
“But poor show in power sector, project slippages a worry”
Kashmir Singh freed, arriving today
ISLAMABAD: Kashmir Singh, the death row prisoner who spent 35 years in Lahore’s Kot Lakhpat jail, was released on Monday night following a presidential pardon and is expected to cross the Wagah border to India on Tuesday. Mr. Singh ...
PIL: how was Rs. 60,000-cr arrived at?
New Delhi: The budget proposal to waive farm loans to the tune of Rs. 60,000 crore has been challenged in the Supreme Court through a public interest litigation petition. Advocate Manohar Lal Sharma on Monday made a mention before a ...
CPI(M): no consensus on nuclear deal
“Hence the UPA government should not proceed further with the agreement”
Pranab: ties with China progressing
NEW DELHI: External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee said here on Monday that relations with China were progressing and had received an impetus with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s last month visit to Beijing. In the military sphere, ...
We’ll wipe out LTTE: Rajapaksa
COLOMBO: Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa has said until such time every inch of land is captured and the last terrorist is destroyed, his government will not cease its “liberation operations” against the LTTE. Meanwhile, the ...
Narayana Murthy to join HSBC board
LONDON: Global banking giant HSBC on Monday said Indian IT major Infosys’ Chief Mentor N. R. Narayana Murthy would join its board in May with an annual renumeration of 65,000 pounds (about Rs. 52 lakh). “Nagavara Ramarao ...
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