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Left assails Congress on nuclear deal, price rise
Launches campaign to explain opposition to pact with U.S.

Karat: Speaker’s office above controversy
“Any decision will be taken by the Speaker himself”

Mukesh meets Manmohan
New Delhi: Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) chief Mukesh Ambani on Monday met Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and a host of senior government functionaries and told them that demands for levy of windfall tax was bad economics. Mr. ...

Final hearing in September on foreign origin issue


IAEA Board meet put off
MUMBAI: A crucial meeting of the Board of Governors of the International Atomic Energy Agency to build a consensus on India-specific safeguards accord has been postponed from July 28 and is likely to be held on August 1, IAEA sources said. ...

U.S. Congressional clock ticks away; uncertainty over lame duck session
WASHINGTON: The decision of the Manmohan Singh government to give a final push to the civil nuclear deal comes at a time when the calendar for the 110th U.S. Congress is almost over. There is a very small window for the lawmakers here to take ...

Road map of process and procedure
WASHINGTON: Assuming that the Indian government completes the two stages — a country-specific agreement with the International Atomic Energy Agency and exemption from the Nuclear Suppliers Group — and President George Bush submits ...

CRICKET
The debate over Dhoni’s withdrawal
Dhoni’s honesty and courage have to be appreciated, writes Makarand Waingankar

Karat sees the need for a “Third Force”
NEW DELHI: Communist Party of India (Marxist) general secretary Prakash Karat said here on Monday that besides the Congress and the BJP there was a need for a “Third Force.” The Left parties would rally together all secular and ...

Oil companies told not to open new retail outlets
Ministry cites losses on account of under-recoveries

TENNIS
Santoro stops Prakash
The Indian jumps a 100 places

CRICKET
Packed schedule taking its toll on the players
Chennai: The traditional gaps between seasons and series are almost non-existent these days. On the contrary, the breaks in cricketing careers are increasingly visible. Cricket now has three formats, Tests, ODIs and Twenty20, with the ...

CRICKET
Kumble confident of India’s chances
CHENNAI: Anil Kumble was quietly confident of his side’s chances in Sri Lanka, saying on Monday that India had the potential to win the three-Test cricket series. “As a Test team we have done exceptionally well in the last ...

HOCKEY
Diwakar stars in India’s emphatic victory
Pakistan defeats Bangladesh; Korea blanks Oman

CRICKET
Mohammad Asif tests positive; uncertainty looms over ban


Shanmugam panel submits report on phone tapping


Beach tennis court work stopped
CHENNAI: Work on the tennis courts close to the shore on Elliot’s Beach was stopped on Monday by Chennai Corporation officials. After The Hindu highlighted the development of tennis courts in violation of ...

Miss Universe 2008 from Venezuela
Miss USA takes a fall for second straight year

New life for Mattancherry museum
Royal portraits from the 19th century in Kochi get a better deal thanks to ASI’s efforts

Five Asiatic black bear rehabilitated
NEW DELHI: The Centre for Bear Rehabilitation and Conservation (CBRC) has released another batch of five bear ( Ursus thibetanus ) into the Pakke Tiger Reserve in Arunachal Pradesh. The bear, hand-reared at the CBRC, ...

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