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‘It can develop technologies to combat climate change’
UPA-Left meet: Pranab optimistic
NEW DELHI: With two days to go for a crucial meeting of the United Progressive Alliance-Left joint committee on the India-United States civilian nuclear deal, External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee on Saturday expressed the hope that ...
Islamabad blast targets foreigners
ISLAMABAD: A woman of Turkish origin was killed and 10 other people, including eight foreigners, were wounded in a bomb attack on an upmarket restaurant here on Saturday night. The Italian restaurant in the F-6 area was a favourite haunt ...
AI employees’ strike call declared illegal
NEW DELHI: A proposed strike by almost all sections of the Air India employees next Tuesday on various demands, including implementation of agreements relating to wages and cadre policy, has been declared illegal. After a meeting on ...
Gilchrist felt “like a cow” at IPL auction
New Delhi: Adam Gilchrist may have felt “like a cow” after being auctioned at the cash-rich Indian Premier League, but the just-retired Australian wicketkeeper-batsman says he does not mind being part of the “unique and ...
Mera SQL, dil mangey more!
Hyderabad: The laws of prudent economics say you cannot run a business by giving away your core product free. The laws of the Open Source software business say you can. In an earlier era when data base tools were part of the ...
High definition ‘anytime, anywhere’ TV is here
Indian engineers helped craft Monsoon Multimedia’s ‘Hava Titanium HD’
Hu Jintao re-elected Chinese President
Rising political star Xi Jinping appointed Vice-President; to oversee Olympic Games
New Zealand faces imposing target
Both teams sound confident of winning
Sania overcomes Savchuk
Sharapova breezes past Cohen-Aloro
The maths trail
Nobel laureates seek to win converts
No contest for Rajya Sabha seats
Only six valid nominations were filed for as many seats from the State
Link failure hits rail reservation at Anna Nagar
CHENNAI: The functioning of the recently opened railway ticket reservation office in Anna Nagar was affected by a link failure for nearly four hours from 1.30 p.m. on Saturday. The link was not restored till 5 p.m. Those who had come ...
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