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Nanavati at variance with Banerjee report
Action against terror promised
Manmohan, Zardari agree to work for early and full normalisation of ties
Berman resolution invokes Hyde Act
NEW DELHI: The United States House of Representatives Foreign Affairs Committee did finally schedule a resolution on the India-U.S. civil nuclear cooperation, strongly invoking the provisions of the Henry J. Hyde Act, with a rider that the ...
Significant excerpts from Berman’s resolution
Here are some relevant excerpts from the House Resolution introduced by Howard Berman, Chairman of the House of Representatives Foreign Affairs Committee, and referred by the Committee for floor action: TITLE I — APPROVAL OF ...
Muslim mob attacked train: Nanavati Commission
GANDHINAGAR: The Nanavati-Mehta judicial inquiry commission has based its conclusion that the Godhra train carnage was a “pre-planned conspiracy” on the recorded evidence of over 100 witnesses, who claimed to having heard a crowd ...
U.S. House all set to discuss bill
NEW DELHI: The United States House of Representatives Foreign Affairs Committee resolution on the India-U.S. civil nuclear cooperation for consideration of the House of Representatives is scheduled to be discussed on Thursday (Friday in ...
Prayer houses damaged, houses burnt
PHULBANI (Orissa): Attacks on members of the Christian community and protests against police action continued in the riot-hit Kandhamal district of Orissa for the third day on Thursday. Renewed violence against Christians was reported ...
Nuclear deal: Left, BSP, JD(S) stage protests
Senate panel’s stand exposes Manmohan’s claim on 123 pact: Karat
NEW YORK DIARY
Stopped in their tracks
New York: At most of the times New York City remains self-absorbed in its metropolitan urbanity. More so when the United Nations General Assembly is in session. Over the years the city has learnt to ignore, with that air of superior ...
Manmohan should apologise for misleading people: CPI
NEW DELHI: The Communist Party of India on Thursday accused the United Progressive Alliance government of “misleading” Parliament and the people of India on the nuclear deal with the U.S. and said Prime Minister Manmohan Singh should ...
India bans dairy products from China
NEW DELHI: India has imposed a three-month ban on import of dairy products from China following reports that its children have died after consuming toxic milk products. “The import from China of dairy products including milk and ...
Menon refuses to comment on riders
NEW YORK: Even as Prime Minister Manmohan Singh headed for Washington for a working dinner” with President George Bush on Thursday (early Friday morning in India), the Indian officials were nervously watching the fate of the 123 Agreement in the ...
“Forces trying to derail peace process”
India, Pakistan agree to begin cross-LoC trade from October 21, 2008
Chances slim, still Buddhadeb asks Tatas not to leave Singur
KOLKATA: The West Bengal government appears gradually reconciling itself to the eventuality of Tata Motors pulling out of Singur. The Cabinet, in a last-ditch effort on Thursday, appealed to the company not to withdraw from Singur and ...
Playing in India a big challenge: Watson
The Australian all-rounder is determined to do his best
Bank services hit for second day
NEW DELHI: Banking operations remained affected across the country on Thursday, the second day of the strike by employees to press wage-related demands. The government said the issues were being negotiated between the Indian Banks Association ...
Rest of India bowlers call the shots
Munaf Patel picks up four wickets as Delhi is shot out for 177
India ‘A’ has the psychological edge
Adhiban punishes a reckless Kore for title
Becomes the youngest winner of the championship
“Nalini’s release will be as per rules”
Chief Minister’s decision after obtaining Advisory Board’s recommendations
Building at T. Nagar demolished partly
Chennai: A portion of the unauthorised construction at Jayachandran Textiles on Usman road, T.Nagar, has been demolished by the Chennai Corporation. The second floor of the unauthorised building was partly demolished. The other floors ...
Waves of clean power from Portugal
The first commercial-scale wave power station now goes on stream
Wedding bells for HIV+ couple
Tiruchi-based organisation provides the meeting point
Brazil halts Amazon road work
BRASILIA: Brazil has temporarily halted the paving of an Amazon road while it demarcates 13 nearby conservation areas to discourage illegal logging. Environment Minister Carlos Minc said the government would not assign construction ...
Virtual pet toy goes colour
TOKYO: The egg-shaped Tamagotchi virtual pet is going colour. The portable toy from Japan, which shows a graphic image of a cartoonish animal on a tiny screen, has been a hit worldwide. The revamped Tamagotchi will have a liquid colour ...
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