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India reiterates ‘legally binding’ nature of 123 pact’s provisions
First step to civil nuclear cooperation and trade with U.S., says Pranab

G7 vows to fight credit crunch
U.S. pleads for patience in crisis repair

Historic day as Kashmir is put on rail map
SRINAGAR: Amid a complete shutdown called by separatists, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Saturday flagged off the first ever train in the Kashmir Valley at the Nowgam station on the outskirts of Srinagar. In the first phase, it will ...

Pass resolution on Arunachal: Advani
PASSI GHAT (ARUNACHAL PRADESH): Against the backdrop of China’s claim on Arunachal Pradesh, BJP leader L.K. Advani on Saturday said Parliament should pass a resolution to emphasise that the State is an integral part of India and that ...

No deviation from agreed text in implementing 123, says India
Pranab, signing statement, links commercial deals to implementation of text

“No cause for worry”
Mumbai: Bollywood actor Amitabh Bachchan was on Saturday admitted to the Lilavati hospital here after he complained of abdominal pain due to suspected incisional hernia, giving anxious moments to millions of fans on his 66th birthday. ...

India ‘encourages’ U.S. nuclear cooperation with Pakistan
New York: In a statement that marks a significant shift in India’s public attitude towards the prospect of Pakistan entering into nuclear agreements with other countries, External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee said on Friday that he ...

Alcohol control policy soon
It will be largely recommendatory as prohibition is a State subject: Anbumani

Kerala awaits Sr. Alphonsa’s canonisation
Pope Benedict XVI to announce first woman saint from India today

Chandrayaan-1 gets ready for launch
SRIHARIKOTA: If all goes well, Chandrayaan-1 spacecraft, to be launched by the Polar Satellite Vehicle (PSLV-C11) on October 22 at 6.20 a.m. from the Sriharikota space port, will reach the lunar orbit on November 8, according to M.Y.S. ...

India attractive destination for investors: Ravi

‘Orissa situation under control’
More than 1,000 people arrested so far, say police

Rape of nun: three arrested in Kerala
BHUBANESWAR: Three more persons were arrested in Kerala on Saturday for alleged involvement in the case relating to the rape of a Catholic nun at K. Nuagaon in Kandhamal district of Orissa. (Four persons were arrested earlier.) According ...

Harbhajan Singh breathes defiance
India still 117 runs behind; Mitchell Johnson displays his wares

Saina given pride of place
C’wealth Youth Games begins today

Australia is marginally ahead: Dravid
Feels all three results are possible since it is a low and slow wicket

The communal divide in Dhule
DHULE: For a city once held up as an example of communal harmony, Dhule’s reputation lies in tatters. The riots that broke out on October 5 have virtually disrupted the place. Ten people died and over 200 were injured in the clashes that ...

Liang Wen-Chong hangs on to one-stroke lead
Jeev, Ashok Kumar carry Indian hopes; Randhawa fades away

Sophisticated police outpost inaugurated
CHENNAI: Commissioner of Police R. Sekar on Saturday inaugurated a sophisticated police outpost on Usman Road. It is equipped to receive footage from 15 closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras placed at various points in T. Nagar. The system ...

Letters reveal Einstein
The physicist’s missives to go under the hammer in London

Hang in there, iPod — ‘Gadget of the Year’
It’s time to open up and ask what consumers want, says Apple’s co-founder

Now, help upgrade maps and get paid for the effort!
Hyderabad: SatNav Technologies, a city-based leader in geographic information systems, has launched a ‘Citizen Mapper’ programme, in which customers or lay users can help to upgrade its maps of different cities across the country, ...

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