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“No room should be given for violence on both sides as polls are approaching in Karnataka”
It’s a magnanimous gesture, says Krishna
BANGALORE: Political parties in Karnataka are happy with Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi’s statement that talks will be held on the Hogenakkal drinking water project after the Assembly elections in this State. While some ...
IISc. attack: four more named
Bangalore: The Bangalore police have stepped up efforts to trace the Pakistani militant, Abu Hamza, who allegedly carried out the attack on the Indian Institute of Science (IISc.) on December 28, 2005, and four others who were connected with ...
Political situation favourable to BJP: Jaitley
BANGALORE: The Bharatiya Janata Party on Saturday claimed that the present political situation in the country was conducive to its interests and hostile to the United Progressive Alliance. Addressing a meeting of prominent State BJP ...
Deora to visit Pakistan for talks on pipeline deal
NEW DELHI: In what could be described as a major breakthrough for the $7.4-billion Iran-Pakistan-India peace pipeline talks, Union Petroleum and Natural Gas Minister, Murli Deora is going on a two-day visit to Islamabad on April 23. The ...
Sarabjit’s could be a case of mistaken identity: Burney
Chandigarh: The case of Indian prisoner Sarabjit Singh, who is on a death row in a Pakistani jail for his alleged involvement in 1990 serial blasts in Lahore and Multan, appears to be one of mistaken identity, former Pakistani minister and ...
Subramania Bharati’s Letters: a treasure trove
The Letters to the Editor the great Tamil poet contributed to The Hindu between 1904 and 1916 have a remarkable range
South Africa registers an innings victory
Though Ganguly, Dhoni dig in, India capitulates in three days against a sustained attack
Hang my PC on the wall!
Versatile made-in-India design lets you use PC as tabletop — or wall hanging
Webcams with muscle
Bangalore: Webcams — those still-cum-video cameras that one stuck on top of the PC monitor — have always been poor cousins of dedicated digital cameras. One spent as little money on them as possible — and increasingly ...
Revive Kamaraj rule: Sonia
KARAIKUDI: Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Saturday gave a call to the cadres to strengthen the party to revive the “golden era of Kamaraj rule” in Tamil Nadu. Addressing a farmers and women’s rally organised by the ...
Graduating students told to address social issues
“They should focus on historically disadvantaged people”
Database on road network being developed
CHENNAI: The Highways department is developing a comprehensive Road Management System (RMS) that would include a ‘Road Asset Information Database’ of the core road network and a computerised Pavement Management System (PMS) to ...
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