Online edition of India's National Newspaper
Wednesday, March 26, 2008
ePaper | Mobile/PDA Version

Clasic Farm

Breaking News and Updates
Front Page
• Tamil Nadu
• Andhra Pradesh
• Karnataka
• Kerala
• New Delhi
• Other States
• Cartoons

Today's Headlines

RSS Feeds

In Focus
Photo Gallery
Events 2007

Literary Review
Open Page
Metro Plus
Education Plus
Book Review
Friday Review
Cinema Plus
Young World
Property Plus

SE Diary

Retail Plus

Yesterday's Issue


Group Sites
The Hindu
The Hindu ePaper
Business Line
Business Line ePaper


  • Statement of Asma Jahangir, Special Rapporteur, freedom of religion or belief, UN Human Rights Council HTML PDF New !
  • Pakistan: Six-point Murree Declaration - Full Text New !
  • Report of the Expert Group on Agricultural Indebtedness | Summary | Highligh ts (doc) New !
  • India and China: A shared vision for the 21st Century | Manmohan Singh's address at Economic, Trade and Investment Summit | Documents signed on January 14, 2008. | Summary of MOUs signed on January 14, 2008. | A Harmony of Civilizations
  • MRTS: Time Table - Excel | Word | Pass Tariff (pdf)
  • India-US 123 Agreement: Full Text (pdf) | Manmohan statement in Lok Sabha | CPI (M) Polit Bureau statement | CPI (M) Central Committee resolution
  • Nobel Laureate Stiglitz's lecture (MP3)
  • Readers' Editor, The Hindu: Terms of Reference | The Guardian's column | Ian Mayes lec ture | More
  • From the Print Edition
    Probe afresh 14 Gujarat cases: court
    Task given to five-member SIT

    India will await political consensus on civilian nuclear deal: Pranab
    “Government trying to work out a meeting ground with the Left parties”

    Dalai Lama repeats threat to quit
    Says he always respected the Chinese people and Chinese communism

    Goa to hand over Scarlette case to CBI
    Panaji: Goa Chief Minister Digamber Kamat on Monday said his government was willing to hand over British teenager Scarlette Eden Keeling’s death case to the Central Bureau of Investigation. Mr. Kamat made the announcement on the ...

    Sharif, Zardari skip Gillani swearing-in
    Senior U.S. officials hold discussions with Musharraf, ruling party leaders

    Police officer shot dead with his own gun
    NEW DELHI: A day after the murder of the Delhi police’s ‘encounter specialist,’ Rajbir Singh, in neighbouring Gurgaon on Monday night, police said it was a fallout of a dispute with Vijay Bhardwaj, his friend for two decades, ...

    Heavy fighting in Basra
    DUBAI: The Iraqi government’s decision to establish its hold over the oil city of Basra dominated by Shia armed militias has sparked heavy fighting there. Government forces backed by American surveillance aircraft have been targeting ...

    Keen contest on the cards
    Steyn could trouble the Indian batsmen

    Kumble’s game plan

    Anil Kumble’s moment of glory
    Kumble is a role model and relishes challenges, says Pawar

    Puducherry aims at 100% literacy
    New hi-tech scheme on precision farming planned: Lt. Governor

    Pranab, Bush discuss nuclear agreement
    Washington: External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee on Monday met United States President George W. Bush at the White House and discussed the whole gamut of bilateral ties, including the civilian nuclear deal. The 35-minute meeting, ...

    It would be great to start with a win
    The team spirit is good, writesAnil Kumble

    Manmohan greets Gillani
    Hopes India-Pakistan ties will become the “best ever”

    Ticket vending machines at rail stations
    The facility will serve suburban commuters at 191 stations

    Terror infrastructure in Pakistan intact: Ministry
    Outfits are well organised: status paper

    Not part of any military bloc, says Antony
    HYDERABAD: Defence Minister A.K. Antony on Tuesday asserted that India had only defence cooperation with friendly countries and was not part of any military bloc or pact. Asked about the Left concern over military ties with the United ...

    Wageboard report in a month
    Kochi: The Wageboard for Journalists and Non-Journalists will submit its report on interim relief to the Union government within a month, board Chairman Justice K. Narayana Kurup said on Tuesday. This assurance was given by Mr. Justice ...

    ‘Snakes and ladders’ to hone maths skills
    Board games help children get used to numbers: researchers

    Sensex on a comeback trail
    Realty sector lead the rally followed by the much-sought after banking stocks

    Sharks can warn of storms, says study
    London: Forget Jaws . Sharks can save lives too by giving early warning of storms. Researchers in Britain carried out a study and found that the fearsome predators can sense minute changes in air pressure — a ...

    Other Stories

    Read Today's supplements: Metro Plus | Opportunities |

    Send: Comments to:
    Letters to the Editor to: with full postal address

    The Hindu Shopping
    Music & Dance
    India 60
    The Hindu Mobile
    Digital Sportstar
    Digital Frontline
    Sportstar Subscribe
    Image Gallery

    Front Page

    The Hindu E-paper

    News: ePaper | Front Page | National | Tamil Nadu | Andhra Pradesh | Karnataka | Kerala | New Delhi | Other States | International | Opinion | Business | Sport | Miscellaneous | Today's Headlines | Features: Magazine | Literary Review | Metro Plus | Open Page | Education Plus | Book Review | Business | SciTech | Friday Review | Cinema Plus | Young World | Property Plus | Quest |
    Retail Plus | Classifieds | Jobs | Obituary | Updates: Breaking News |

    The Hindu Group: Home | About Us | Copyright | Archives | Contacts | Subscription
    Group Sites: The Hindu | The Hindu ePaper | Business Line | Business Line ePaper | Sportstar | Frontline | Publications | eBooks | Images | Home |

    Copyright 2008, The Hindu. Republication or redissemination of the contents of this screen are expressly prohibited without the written consent of The Hindu