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Parties issue whip as countdown starts
12 MPs did not attend meet convened by Mulayam Singh

Gowda to decide on vote
Bangalore: The Janata Dal (Secular), headed by the former Prime Minister, H.D. Deve Gowda, is all set to vote against the UPA government. It has three members in the Lok Sabha including the former Union Minister, M.P. Veerendra Kumar. ...

Shiv Shankar Menon briefs IAEA Board, NSG members
Vienna: Lobbying for the nuclear deal with the United States, India on Friday briefed the Board of Governors of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and members of the Nuclear Suppliers’ Group (NSG) on the safeguards agreement ...

Three top scientists caution on deal
NEW DELHI: Three of the country’s top nuclear scientists have said that once the nuclear deal is in place, India’s commercial nuclear interaction with other countries will be “firmly controlled” by Washington through ...

In U.P., Congress looks beyond July 22 vote
LUCKNOW: Having set its sights on the next Lok Sabha election, the Congress is looking beyond the July 22 trust vote in Parliament in its bid to strengthen the base in Uttar Pradesh. After roping in the Samajwadi Party chief Mulayam ...

India, Pakistan agree on Kashmir-specific CBMs
ISLAMABAD: Indian and Pakistani officials are said to have arrived at a “number of decisions” on new and existing Kashmir-specific confidence building measures, including a proposed triple-entry permit for cross-Line of Control ...

France offers India partnership to export submarines
NEW DELHI: France has offered India a partnership to export hi-tech submarines to third countries. “Our strategy is not only to be in India for developing products for India but to develop for others because we think that a submarine is ...

Positive news on positive list
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has allowed the import of compressed natural gas (CNG) buses from India under its trade policy for 2008-09. The import of CNG buses has been allowed along with that of 135 other items that have been added to the ...

Diwakar scripts golden finish
Korea squanders a 2-0 lead to lose in extra-time

India begins well
Kumble leads fine show by bowlers

Pakistan to import buses, books from India
Islamabad: Pakistan has allowed the import of CNG buses, books for academic and scientific research, diesel and fuel oil from India under its trade policy for 2008-2009 announced on Friday. It has also allowed the import of paddy ...

Pramila, Susmita book Beijing berths
First time three Indian heptathletes qualify

‘Power holiday’ to be enforced from Monday
CHENNAI: Acknowledging that the State is suffering from power shortage of 1,000 megawatt (MW), Electricity Minister Arcot N. Veeraswami on Friday announced that the scheme of “power holiday” will come into force from ...

Energy scenario bleak as country faces sharp decline in power generation
South and Northeast India hit by poor monsoon and lack of water in dams

England bowled out for 203
Vaughan ‘catch’ controversy flares

CB CID to probe phone tapping case
CHENNAI: The Crime Branch CID police will investigate the phone tapping controversy that involves leakage of a transcript of conversation between two top officials in the State to a section of the media. Home Secretary S. Malathi on ...

Telugu Desam, TRS coming together?
HYDERABAD: When the United Progressive Alliance government seeks a trust vote in the Lok Sabha on July 22, the Andhra Pradesh rivals, Telugu Desam Party and Telangana Rashtra Samithi, will in all likelihood find themselves on the same side ...

Kamal Nath briefs WTO chief
NEW DELHI: Ahead of the five-day crucial mini-Ministerial meeting of the World Trade Organisation (WTO) in Geneva from July 21, Union Commerce and Industry Minister Kamal Nath on Friday met WTO Director General Pascal Lamy and highlighted ...

Mandela celebrates at 90
He speaks out for the world’s poor from his village home

Sensex scores handsome gains
Refinery, bank shares evoke buying interest

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