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Alleged IISc attacker details role of Lashkar
Buddhia’s former coach shot dead
BHUBANESWAR: Biranchi Das, the former coach of child marathoner Buddhia Singh, was shot dead by three unidentified persons in front of his judo training centre here on Sunday evening. Mr. Das, who was believed to have received two ...
50 buildings face demolition in Chennai
CHENNAI: Demolition notices have been served with respect to about 50 unauthorisedly built multi-storied and special buildings within the Chennai Metropolitan Area. Stop-work notices have been issued in the case of about 60 per cent of ...
Maoists move towards majority in Nepal
They have won 75 of 135 seats declared; other parties far behind
Fierce fighting in Sri Lanka kills 79 LTTE cadres, 13 soldiers
Pro-LTTE TamilNet puts the death toll of soldiers at 30
Bangalore police may question Sabeel
Bangalore: The Bangalore police are likely to question Sabeel Ahmed, who will be deported to India from the United Kingdom after he pleaded guilty to withholding information about his brother Kafeel’s plot to blow up the Glasgow airport. ...
Incentives for scientists
To retain star CSIR performers
The Indians have the last laugh
The South Africans collapse like a pack of cards; Harbhajan, Sehwag strike
‘We’ve played some terrific cricket ’
Kanpur: South Africa’s captain Graeme Smith said the insufficient first-innings total and India’s lead were responsible for his side’s eight-wicket loss in the Kanpur Test. “When you are playing on such a wicket, the ...
Credit should go to the bowlers: Dhoni
KANPUR: Indian captain M.S. Dhoni praised his bowlers for the side’s eight-wicket win over South Africa in the third Test here. “Most of the time, we got wickets just after enforcing bowling changes. The appreciation and the ...
“High oil prices unjustified”
Chidambaram seeks overhaul of regulatory mechanisms
Japan wins both reverse singles
Delightful day for the fans as Bhupathi and Paes play singles
Intel unveils microchips, smallest & biggest at once
Tiny Atom processor to fuel handy Net devices
Trevor Immelman sure and steady
Snedeker two shots adrift of leader, Woods lying fifth; Jeev in joint 23rd spot
Home for the aged, behind bars
Terror victim’s kin resent ‘official apathy’
Varanasi: The family of M.P. Singh, the Border Roads Organisation engineer killed on Saturday in the Taliban suicide bombing in Afghanistan, has expressed anger over the alleged indifference of the authorities. Uma Devi, wife of Singh, ...
70,000 more students take IIT exams
“The maths paper had significantly more complex questions”
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