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  • IPL's revised clauses also unacceptable: Editors Guild New !
  • 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
    Talks with Pakistan to begin in May
    Conducive atmosphere prevails

    India, Africa to work together on U.N. seat
    We are not in race with China or any other country in engaging Africa: Manmohan

    Editors Guild rejects IPL’s revised terms
    CHENNAI: The Editors Guild of India has rejected the Indian Premier League’s revised terms and conditions for media accreditation to cover the forthcoming DLF-IPL Twenty20 matches. In a press release issued on Wednesday, K.S. ...

    INTERNATIONAL
    7 killed, many injured in Karachi violence
    A “conspiracy” against government, says PPP

    INTERNATIONAL
    Nepal goes to the polls today
    Completes preparations for historic Constituent Assembly election

    CRICKET
    Team India mulls over its options
    Injury concerns mount as Sreesanth joins Kumble as a doubtful starter

    CRICKET
    IPL coverage: Editors Guild of India’s reservations on revised terms
    CHENNAI: The Editors Guild of India has rejected the Indian Premier League’s revised terms and conditions for media accreditation to cover the forthcoming DLF-IPL Twenty20 matches. The Secretary General of the Guild, K.S. ...

    CRICKET
    Jayasuriya excited about playing with Tendulkar
    MUMBAI: Sanath Jayasuriya and Sachin Tendulkar make for a potent batting combination in any form of cricket. Twenty20 will see these two cricketing heavyweights showcase their expertise in the latest version of the game for Mumbai ...

    NEWSCAPE
    The fascination with ‘Awaara’
    London: The 1951 Raj Kapoor starrer Awaara , seen and enjoyed by a large number of people across the globe, can be a candidate for the title of the “most popular film of all times,” some British film experts have ...

    All unlicensed hoardings to go
    New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld a 2006 judgment of the Madras High Court directing the removal of all hoardings that are unauthorised or unlicensed, and that pose a hazard or obstruct visibility, erected in public and private ...

    Four Hizb commanders killed in J&K
    Jammu: Five Hizb-ul Mujahideen militants, including four top commanders, were killed by the police and 59 Rashtriya Rifles in Doda and Reasi districts on Wednesday, official sources said. The militants were identified as Mohmmad Shafi ...

    Proposal to bifurcate Chennai Police
    CHENNAI: A proposal to bifurcate the Chennai police commissionerate has been forwarded to the State government for approval, according to a senior police official. As the metro has been witnessing robust growth in the last two to three ...

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