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BPCL Kochi Refinery - "DHDS Catalyst"
Tender Notice - Govt. of Assam
Germany circulates text among group members
Breakthrough in Jammu shrine crisis
Government to allow temporary use of forest land for Amarnath pilgrims
Fear and uncertainty grip people of Kandhamal
Thousands of Christians are still hiding in forests; Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik visits Tikabali
Industrialist K.K. Birla passes away
Kolkata: Eminent industrialist K.K. Birla (90) passed away on Saturday morning at his Birla Park residence here after a brief illness, patiently borne. Born at Pilani in Rajasthan on November 11, 1918, K.K. Birla was the family ...
Narayanan says India nearer NSG goal
Says no to periodic review, ENR ban and mention of testing
A great loss to the country: Manmohan Singh
NEW DELHI: Vice-President M. Hamid Ansari, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, senior leaders and industry chambers on Saturday condoled the death of noted industrialist and veteran parliamentarian K.K. Birla. K.K. Birla (90) ...
Zardari has the edge in three-way presidential race
PML (N) dares him to step down from party office if elected
J&K situation not as bad as projected: NSA
No let-up in flood situation
20 killed as Army rescue boat capsizes; heavy rain adds to people’s woes
Advani for fast track courts to try politicians
NEW DELHI: Senior Bharatiya Janata Party leader and Leader of the Opposition in the Lok Sabha, L.K. Advani, on Saturday favoured the setting up of “fast track courts” to try cases of corruption pertaining to politicians and civil ...
The third dimension is set to enter our lives
Some surgeons are using such games machines to get a better view during ‘keyhole surgery’
Newspapers yet to resume in Kashmir
SRINAGAR: No newspaper has hit the stands and local as well as national news channels have gone off the air for the past six days in the Kashmir Valley. The government-run Doordarshan and Radio Kashmir are the only source of ...
Smartphones herald new PC revolution
San Jose (California): It is a tiny sliver of silicon just 12 mm across. Under the hood of a mobile phone, it can perform all the functions — access the Web; download audio and video at ‘3G’ broadband speeds; turn the device ...
Venus Williams sails through to fourth round
Srebotnik surprises Kuznetsova; Federer sweats it out against qualifier Alves
Dhoni led from the front in the Sri Lanka series
PDS to supply rice at Re. 1 a kg
CHENNAI: Rice distributed through Public Distribution System (PDS) will be available for Re. 1 a kg from September 15 to mark the birth centenary of former chief minister C.N. Annadurai. The current rate is Rs. 2 a kg. The decision was ...
Cabinet gives nod for second master plan
CHENNAI: The long-awaited second master plan for Chennai was approved by the Cabinet on Saturday. According to a government press release, it was decided to approve the plan as the proposals would benefit all sections of the city. ...
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