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Ratan Tata promises to “preserve” brand identities
Dalmiya held, freed on bail
MUMBAI: The former chief of the Board of Control for Cricket in India, Jagmohan Dalmiya, was arrested here on Wednesday for allegedly misappropriating Rs. 2.90 crore of BCCI money. However, he was immediately released on bail on his executing ...
Foolproof security for Olympic torch
NEW DELHI: India has promised foolproof security for the passage of the Olympic torch through the country. “We will provide all possible arrangements to ensure that the Olympic torch travels through India peacefully,” National ...
Deal not at ‘now or never’ point: U.S.
Washington: The India-United States civilian nuclear deal has not reached the point of “now or never,” the White House said after External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee’s talks with President George Bush here. ...
Notify SIT in ten days: court
Gujarat has no objection to further probe; a fair approach, says Bench
Ford workforce selected Tata Motors as its choice
London: Trade unions representing the 16,000 Ford workforce in the U.K. have in principle selected Tata Motors as their “preferential choice” as a buyer in the background of “fair, sustained and smooth” relationship ...
South Africans make Indian bowlers toil
Smith and McKenzie forge century partnership; Amla stays on to frustrate Indians
‘It was a really nice wicket’
Chennai: Neil McKenzie, who made a solid 94 on the opening day, said on Wednesday, that he enjoyed batting on the Chennai wicket. “It was just about getting in there. The wicket had a lot more bounce for a sub-continent wicket. ...
Flat track — handicap and a possibility
The Indian bowlers failed to maintain a consistent line on day one
Pakistan hails Indian stand
Monty Panesar spins England to series win
Southee enlivens the day with a delightful cameo
“Fiscal space, not elections, led to loan waiver”
Lok Sabha poll due only in 2009; budgets are forgotten in a few months, says Chidambaram
Services chiefs to raise issue with Antony
NEW DELHI: The chiefs of the three services will raise the issue of improving the Sixth Pay Commission recommendations during their routine meeting with Defence Minister A.K. Antony. With discontent sweeping the ranks as well as officer ...
Infrastructure charges on buildings remain the same
Rates decided in 2007 to stay
Poll panel discusses Karnataka preparedness
New Delhi: The Election Commission on Wednesday held discussions with Karnataka Chief Secretary Sudhakar Rao, Director-General of Police, K.R. Srinivasan and Chief Electoral Officer- designate Vidya Shankar on the State’s preparedness to ...
Airport expansion plan under scanner
It will result in dislocation of 947 houses; High Court verdict on land acquisition soon
Business plan for Begumpet Airport
“Nuclear deal and weapons plan not connected”
NEW DELHI: National Security Adviser M.K. Narayanan said on Wednesday that the civilian nuclear agreement with the United States had “nothing to do with the strategic weapons programme.” Delivering the Air Chief Marshal P.C. ...
Dolphins woo their mates with weeds
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