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Rains stay away as China scripts Olympian magic with technology
U.S. circulates draft amendment to NSG guidelines
“More or less to India’s satisfaction”
All-party delegation visiting Jammu today
BJP nominates Arun Jaitley as team member
Games get off to a cracking start
Athens silver medallist Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore proudly carries the National flag
OLYMPICS - SHOOTING
Indians hoping for a good beginning
Sandhu looks eager for the challenge after completing three rounds of training
OLYMPICS - BOXING
Indians ready to take on the challenge
BEIJING: The Indian boxers are attempting to make history. The good thing is that they believe that it’s easy. Akhil Kumar and Vijender have been in so much focus in the media in the build-up to the Beijing Games that it looks that ...
Famed Indian middle-order found wanting again
Prasad opens up the top-order and Mendis stamps his authority with another five-wicket haul
Notice to Asaram ashram for land norm violations
INDORE: The district administration on Friday issued notice to the Asaram Bapu Ashram for its alleged violation of land allotment norms. It has been embroiled in a controversy over the death of two students. District Magistrate Rakesh ...
Secretariat building plan modified
CHENNAI: Further modifications have been made to the Tamil Nadu Assembly complex design. Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi reviewed the Assembly design drawings and a decision was taken to reduce the height of the Secretariat building ...
Samiti threatens to boycott talks
JAMMU: The Shri Amarnath Sangarsh Samiti (SASS), that is spearheading the protests over the Amarnath land transfer controversy, said on Friday it would not meet the 17-member delegation led by Home Minister Shivraj Patil if National Conference ...
Assistance for metro rail project cleared
Rangarajan quits as EAC chief
NEW DELHI: Ahead of the release of India’s economic outlook projections by the Prime Minister’s Economic Advisory Council (EAC), its chairman C. Rangarajan on Friday stepped down from the post. He is to be nominated to the Rajya ...
Convict ‘shortage’ in Singapore
SINGAPORE: Singapore has stopped the construction of two prisons partly because the city state’s aging population is not producing enough criminals, its prisons director said. Ng Joo Hee said work on two of the four prisons of the ...
Fugitive back with puppies
She who manacled a Mormon now has her pit bull cloned
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