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India contests Bush’s stand on fuel supply
Insists assurances in 123 pact legally binding

Nationalise Amarnath Yatra route: Rajnath
“Create a special area in the Valley for Kashmiri Pandits”

3 HuJI militants killed in Kishtwar
Jammu: In a pre-dawn operation on Friday, security forces shot dead three HuJI militants, believed to be behind the killing of four Border Roads Organisation (BRO) officers three months ago, in J&K’s Kishtwar district. Acting ...

2 killed in police firing in Kashmir
100 protesters, including JKLF chief Yasin Malik, injured

Discord over return of Singur land
Chief Minister expresses inability to make available more than 70 acres from within the project site

2 Lok Sabha MPs disqualified
NEW DELHI: The former Samajwadi Party leader, Jai Prakash, has been disqualified from the Lok Sabha for violating his party’s whip during the July 22 trust vote. The order disqualifying him from membership of the House under the Tenth ...

Manmohan-Zardari parleys expected to restart India- Pakistan peace process
ISLAMABAD: India and Pakistan are looking to the expected meeting between Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Pakistan’s new President Asif Ali Zardari on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly at New York later this month to ...

U.S. humiliating ‘Cuban Five’: envoy
NEW DELHI: Accusing the United States administration of “unjustly arresting and humiliating” five Cubans who were “working against terrorist attacks on their motherland,” Cuban Ambassador Miguel Angel Ramirez Ramos on ...

Our reactors will come with fuel and reprocessing rights, says France
Ready for “comprehensive nuclear cooperation” with India: Ambassador

Bihar seeks Rs. 8,922 crore additional aid
NEW DELHI: Reeling under the worst of floods in recent times, Bihar on Friday sought a Central assistance of Rs. 8,922 crore in addition to the Rs. 1000 crore received earlier and a Special Kosi Package for the rehabilitation of victims ...

Australia to bank on pacemen
Symonds left out; leg-spinner McGain gets the call-up

‘Anand sharper than Kramnik’
NEW DELHI: Noted chess trainer Elizbar Ubilava is optimistic of a “sharper” Viswanathan Anand coming out stronger in his upcoming World championship match against Russian challenger Vladimir Kramnik at Bonn next month. The ...

Symonds’s absence a relief for India

Railways pips Services to retain crown
Kuldeep Singh clinches gold in middleweight category; Manoj Kumar wins

Ration card not required for LPG connection, refill supply

Train ticket reservation at post office launched
KANCHEEPURAM: A computerised passenger ticket reservation counter at the Sriperumbudur post office, first of its kind in Southern Railway, was inaugurated by Union Minister of State for Railways R.Velu on Friday. Speaking on the ...

Free recipe book for school pupils
London: Every 11-year-old boy and girl in England will now be entitled to a free recipe book as England’s 11-year-olds are to take up their wooden spoons, tie aprons and come to the rescue of the English dinner table, too often these ...

Industrial growth recovers
NEW DELHI: Showing marked signs of recovery from the lows in the previous two months, industrial growth inched up to 7.1 per cent in July this year on account of an upswing mainly in two sectors — capital goods and consumer ...

Microchip turns 50
London: The microchip, an integrated circuit currently being used in almost all electronic gadgets and equipment, turned 50 on Friday. The first working microchip was displayed by Jack Kilby of Texas Instruments on September 12, 1958. ...

New questions over Rosenberg affair
The couple were executed in 1953 for espionage

Basu undergoes Holter monitor test
KOLKATA:There was no change in the clinical parameters of veteran Marxist leader Jyoti Basu who underwent a Holter monitor (electrocardiography) test on Friday. He will undergo another CT scan on Sunday and the reports will be tabled ...

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