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Supporters go on the rampage in Maharashtra
India thrashes Australia
Dhoni wins Man of the Match award for aggressive captaincy and batting
17 killed in Imphal blast
Imphal: At least 17 people were killed and more than 30 injured on Tuesday night when unidentified militants exploded a bomb attached to a two-wheeler near a police commando complex in Imphal West district. Sources said the victims ...
Girl killed, another injured in grenade blast
Srinagar: A girl was killed and another injured in a grenade blast in Kupwara district on Tuesday, a police spokesman said. The Rabia Yousuf, 11, died on the spot when a grenade exploded at Bari Beri village of Sogam in north Kashmir in the ...
MNS workers go berserk, hundreds held
MUMBAI: A sense of fear prevailed in the city and most of the State after Maharashtra Navnirman Sena leader Raj Thackeray was arrested on Tuesday. While Chief Minister Vilasrao Deshmukh exhorted Mumbaikars and people in other parts of ...
Three advisories sent to Maharashtra: Patil
NEW DELHI: Under fire from the Opposition and allies for not doing enough to check violence against non-Maharashtrians in Mumbai, the Centre revealed that it had sent three advisories to the State government, the latest on Tuesday ...
Apples, honey cross LoC
SALAMABAD (URI): The much-awaited cross-LoC trade began on Tuesday with Jammu and Kashmir Governor N.N. Vohra flagging off a caravan of 13 trucks carrying goods on the Srinagar-Muzaffarabad road. At the Chakan Da Bagh crossing point on ...
Brahmayya was embodiment of humility, integrity: Murali
CHENNAI: A century after P. Brahmayya was born in a remote Andhra Pradesh village, his fellow chartered accountants and auditors — friends, colleagues and successors — gathered in Chennai on Tuesday to pay tribute to one of the ...
Katara expelled from Lok Sabha
Found guilty of trying to illegally take two persons abroad
India will wait till Japan is “ready” for nuclear cooperation
Ties with Tokyo will play a significant role in the emerging Asian security architecture, says Manmohan Singh
“LoC trade will lead to closer ties”
ISLAMABAD: The government of Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK) declared Tuesday as the Day of the Commerce Caravan to mark the inauguration of the first trade between the two sides of Kashmir since 1947. PoK Prime Minister Sardar Attique ...
Rain god may not be unkind to Chandrayaan
New Delhi: The rain god may not come in the way of India’s historic maiden unmanned moon mission Chandrayaan-I on Wednesday early morning. There was no cyclonic activity over Sriharikota, from where the spacecraft was to lift off ...
Displaced Tamils not neglected: Rajapaksa
“Wrong impression created in Tamil Nadu that they are not being looked after”
India crushes world champion Australia
Zaheer, Mishra help host complete biggest win in terms of runs
U.S. feminist movement undergoing generational shift, says Jodi Enda
The next battle is for equality in power, says the journalist
20 million more will be rendered jobless: UN
Focus on individuals and not institutions, says ILO
Ministry rejects Kerala demand for 24-hour traffic through park
Animals are already under threat due to speeding vehicles
Average annual consumption to determine higher power tariff
It does not apply if usage is above 600 units but less than 750 in two months
State gears to tackle rain-related problems
Chennai: Control rooms in the State Relief Commissioner’s Office and in all District Collectorates have been activated to respond to any emergencies during the monsoon. Chief Secretary K.S. Sripathi on Tuesday convened a meeting ...
Steps to tackle rain-related problems
Chennai: Control rooms in the State Relief Commissioner’s Office and in all Collectorates have been activated to respond to any emergencies during the monsoon. Chief Secretary K.S. Sripathi on Tuesday convened a meeting with the ...
Magnet as therapy
WASHINGTON: The U.S. government has approved the first non-invasive brain stimulator to treat depression — a device that beams magnetic pulses through the skull. If it sounds like science-fiction, well, those woodpecker-like ...
Marx is back
LONDON: With capitalism in crisis, Karl Marx has become fashionable again in the West. Das Kapital , his seminal work, is set to become a best-seller in Europe. In his native Germany, copies of Das Kapital ...
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