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Steel, cement producers warned
60 % vote in Karnataka phase II
Bangalore: Polling in the second phase of elections for 66 seats of the Karnataka Assembly held in 10 districts on Friday was by and large peaceful. In the first phase on May 10, elections were conducted for 89 seats. The third phase, ...
Karunanidhi admitted to hospital
He is suffering from severe backache and neck pain; doctors have advised rest
Rajasthan begins crackdown on Bangladeshis staying illegally
Collectors instructed to verify migrant population in their districts
BRIC institutionalised; group vows to help change world
A platform to promote energy & food security, fight terrorism: Pranab
China backtracks on U.N. Council issue
YEKATERINBURG: China blocked Russia’s proposal to express support for India and Brazil’s U.N. Security Council bids in the joint communiqué adopted by the BRIC Foreign Ministers here on Friday. Chinese Foreign Minister ...
The largest democracy meets the world’s newest one
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh reaches Thimphu
Mumbai makes it a no-contest
A night to forget for the Knight Riders
Probe into Bihar link to blasts
PATNA: Central agencies are busy investigating the Bihar connection to the May 13 Jaipur blasts after they established that one of the air tickets found at the blast sites had been procured through internet from a cyber cafe in Muzaffarpur. ...
Kings XI Punjab will test Delhi Daredevils
With the pitch promising to be a belter, another high-scoring game likely
The teams will look to focus on the job at hand
Jaipur: Last Tuesday’s bomb blasts have thrown the DLF-IPL topper Rajasthan Royals’ preparations into disarray. Shane Warne’s team was scheduled to assemble here on Thursday for training and a net session after a long break ...
Solid reply by England openers
New Zealand makes 277 in the first innings
India, Bhutan to double target for power projects
Thimphu: Underlining India’s close economic and strategic relations with Bhutan, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Friday pledged to extend the Indian rail network into its northern neighbour. Dr. Singh made this commitment to his ...
Chennai to get parking meters shortly
CHENNAI: The city will soon have parking meters to regulate on-street parking. A pilot scheme has been proposed on a one-km stretch in Pondy Bazaar. The meters will be placed every 100 meters along parking lots. Vehicle owners have to ...
Take urgent steps to check price rise: Left
NEW DELHI: In the wake of inflation rate climbing to a new 44-month high, Left parties on Friday asked the government to take urgent measures as suggested by them, including banning of futures trading in essential items and action against ...
The mollycoddled cows
The ultimate in donations
Guwahati: The campaign for posthumous body and eye donations in Assam being run by the Ellora Vigyan Mancha, a voluntary organisation, for the past four years received a boost on Thursday when 51 persons including 25 women came forward to ...
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