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KABUL\NEW DELHI: Over 40 people, including four Indians, were killed when a suicide bomber rammed his bomb-laden car into the gates of the Indian Embassy in Kabul on Monday morning, diplomatic sources said. Over 140 people were ...
We will go to IAEA very soon: Manmohan
“Once we decide, the U.S. will have to fulfil its promises”
No meaning in another meeting, says Left
NEW DELHI: The four major Left parties on Monday reacted angrily to the Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s statement from Japan that the UPA government would move the International Atomic Energy Agency “very soon.” to seal the ...
Not afraid of facing Parliament: Manmohan
We’re too big a country to bow to any other country; foreign policy determined by national interest
PM hopes to persuade Left
SAPPORO: “I still hope to persuade the Left,” Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said while referring to efforts for finding a mutually satisfactory way out of the impasse over the India-U.S. nuclear deal. He was speaking ...
Ghulam Nabi Azad resigns
SRINAGAR: Ghulam Nabi Azad on Monday resigned as Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister after withdrawing his confidence motion at a special session of the Assembly. The State is set to be under Governor’s rule as no party is ready to ...
Nadal reigns after enthralling battle
Federer wilts in an exhausting slugfest with the unrelenting Spaniard
‘India will not agree to targets for cutting carbon emissions’
SAPPORO (JAPAN): Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has said emphatically that India would not accept any targets that may be set by international bodies reducing its carbon emissions. Speaking at a press conference onboard a special Air ...
Militants to prevent movement of villagers
Imphal : Two major insurgent organisations on Monday said they would prevent the movement of villagers of Heirok in Manipur’s Thoubal district outside their village since they had decided to join Special Police Officers (SPO) forces to ...
Ambanis indulge in shadow-boxing
RCom rebuffs RIL for conciliation talks
Second Indian diplomat to face violent death
Venkateswara Rao was considered an authority on the neighbouring countries
Quake in Andaman islands
New Delhi: An earthquake measuring 5 on the Richter scale shook parts of the Andaman islands on Monday. The tremor was felt around 3.30 p.m. and the epicentre was located at a latitude of 10.7 degrees North and a longitude of 91.6 ...
Thankgabalu appointed TNCC president
“Our efforts will be directed solely towards reviving the party”
India-Sri Lanka pact on prisoner swap soon
COLOMBO: India and Sri Lanka are in the process of finalising a bilateral agreement on exchange of prisoners of both countries. The envisaged pact is on the same lines as the India-Pakistan agreement on exchange of prisoners. A senior ...
Special notes to mark Olympics
BEIJING: The People’s Bank of China (PBOC) is to issue a commemorative bank note with a face value of 10 yuan ($1.46) from Tuesday to mark the Beijing Olympic Games. The PBOC said it would issue a total of 6 million such notes, ...
Final countdown for the Olympics begins
Beijing: In the haze of a muggy Beijing morning, groups of fresh-faced young volunteers in blue and white shorts rehearse in the large plaza at the Olympic Centre. Around them loom the spectacular stadia that have been specially constructed ...
Chinkara case: Atram quits Maharashtra Cabinet
MUMBAI: Accused of hunting a chinkara, the Maharashtra Minister of State for Transport and Tribal Development, Dharmaraobaba Atram, resigned from the State Cabinet on Monday. Mr. Atram had allegedly hunted a chinkara in Pune district. ...
South Africa mints Mandela birthday coin
JOHANNESBURG: South Africa launched a special coin on Monday as part of the celebrations for the 90th birthday of the former President, Nelson Mandela, which falls on July 18. ...
Indian freed from Pakistani jail returns
ATTARI: Indian national Ram Prakash, freed by Pakistan last week but sent back to jail for want of travel papers, returned to India on Monday after serving a 10-year jail ...
Cholesterol drugs for some eight-year-olds recommended
Paediatrics academy urges step to fight rising tide of heart disease in the very young population
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