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Earlier plan was to interact with all 140 members
Maoists kill 20 policemen
Landmine blast in Malkangiri district of Orissa is the second major attack
U.S. official to meet Iranian diplomat
DUBAI: A high-ranking American official is set to hold a face-to-face meeting with a senior Iranian diplomat over Tehran’s nuclear programme. This decision comes after Washington stonewalled direct involvement in talks. William ...
Yechury: it’s disinformation
Congress condemns ‘attempt to politicise’ Speaker’s office
Nuclear deal first, government later: Rahul
“Youth leaders of the Bharatiya Janata Party also favour the deal”
Survey: awareness lacking on Domestic Violence Act
Wide variation in number of cases registered in various States
Bandh hits life in Jammu
“Protests will continue till the land is restored to Shrine Board”
India defeats Pakistan, enters final
Diwakar Ram comes up with a sterling display for the home side
Congress is a sinking ship, says Karat
Appeals to ‘friends in UPA’ to jump off the ship and join the Left endeavour
Doping: the myths and reality
NEW DELHI: Quite a confusion is being created by officials, both in India and Pakistan, some unnamed, about the rules and regulations that govern anti-doping measures in the world of sports in the wake of the ‘positive’ returned by ...
“A million-dollar question”
New Delhi: “It is a million dollar question,” Lok Sabha Speaker Somnath Chatterjee said on Wednesday, when asked what he would do on July 22 when the government seeks the trust vote. “I stand by my earlier statement. ...
Afghan secret service alerted India on terror cell
NEW DELHI: Afghanistan’s secret service, the Riyast-e-Amniyat-i-Milli, provided precision intelligence on the jihadist cell which executed last week’s bombing of the Indian embassy in Kabul, highly placed government sources have ...
In China, U.S. facing epic moments
Phelps may become the most successful athlete in history
CSG to patrol with Navy, Coast Guard
Pipeline bursts, water goes waste
CHENNAI: Several hundred litres of drinking water literally went down the drain in Triplicane after a Chennai Metrowater pipeline burst in the area on Wednesday morning. The damage to the pipeline, on the junction of Dr. Besant ...
“Farmers’ concerns will be decisive at WTO”
Protection of agriculture from imports is non-negotiable: Kamal Nath
Cure for bird flu likely
New York: Researchers have taken a big step closer to a cure for the most common strain of avian influenza, or “bird flu,” the potential pandemic that has claimed more than 200 lives and infected nearly 400 people in 14 countries ...
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