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BPCL Kochi Refinery "Bottom Upgradation Project"
Announces $450 million more assistance for Afghanistan
Parliamentary panel views tapes
MPs to be questioned at next meeting
Border police officers attacked in China, 16 killed
Beijing: With only four days to go for the Olympic Games opening ceremony, China has reported its deadliest attack against security forces in recent memory. Around 8:00 a.m. on Monday, 16 policemen were killed and as many injured in the ...
BJP stage-managed MPs’ bribery scam, charge UPA allies
“Sting operation was mounted with an eye on elections”
Warship rescues merchant vessel
New Delhi: A merchant vessel in distress in high seas was rescued by a Navy warship in the Bay of Bengal and towed to safety to Port Blair. Responding to a request for help from m.v. Nazish on July 29, the Navy’s frontline ...
Bandh case: Tripathy tenders unconditional apology in court
High Court rejects Niketa’s plea to terminate pregnancy
No categorical medical opinion that child will be seriously handicapped
UPA fabricating evidence, says BJP
NEW DELHI: Bharatiya Janata Party general secretary Arun Jaitley on Monday charged United Progressive Alliance leaders with “fabricating evidence” in the cash-for-votes case. He also said that the reason why the alleged ...
Why the delay in filing response, court asks Karunanidhi, others
“Violation of court order against enforcing a bandh last year”
Two government advocates removed
CHENNAI: Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi on Monday ordered the removal of two government advocates in New Delhi, who had failed to file a counter in the Sethusamudram bandh contempt case in the Supreme Court. The Chief ...
2 killed in Jammu police firing
Amarnath Sangharsh Samiti extends bandh for five days
All-party meet likely
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh is likely to convene an all-party meeting soon to discuss the situation in Jammu in the wake of continuing protests over the Amarnath land transfer row. Top leaders of all parties will be invited ...
USA: the medal superpower
Athletics and swimming stars have dominated
A curious, but fascinating Test match
India won because it had the ability to lift itself when the game was in the balance
Anand retains crown
NEW DELHI: World champion Viswanathan Anand produced a masterly display to crush young challenger Norway’s Magnus Carlsen 3-1 to win the 13th Grenkeleasing rapid world chess championship at Mainz, Germany, on Sunday. In the ...
Solzhenitsyn is dead
The fierce Russian nationalist denounced West’s “hedonism”
Green chilli harvester coming
Technology that may have resonance for India, too
Innovative olive crop project in Rajasthan
New Delhi: Olive farming is expected to receive an impetus in India with the implementation of a pilot project involving the Rajasthan Government and an Israeli firm to cultivate on 250 hectares the plants that produce the fruits that yield ...
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