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Government of Assam -Tender Notice
‘Lynching of youth unfortunate’
Be alert, Patil tells Deshmukh
NEW DELHI: Union Home Minister Shivraj Patil on Wednesday spoke to Maharashtra Chief Minister Vilasrao Deshmukh after a migrant worker was beaten to death in Mumbai. Mr. Patil suggested that the State administration remain alert lest ...
Anand is world champion
Indian genius defeats challenger Kramnik and retains title 6.5-4.5
170 people die in Pakistan quake
Magnitude-6.4 temblor struck a remote valley in Balochistan
Gayoom ousted after 30-year reign in Maldives
Male (PTI): After a record 30 years as the undisputed ruler of the Maldives, Maumoon Abdul Gayoom on Wednesday lost power to a former political prisoner in the first-ever democratic presidential polls in the island nation. Mohammed ...
Mayawati blames it on Centre, Maharashtra
LUCKNOW: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati has condemned Tuesday’s lynching of a labourer from the State by a gang allegedly associated with the Maharashtra Navnirman Sena at the Khapoli suburban railway station in Mumbai. In ...
Life returns to normal in Valley, Baramulla tense
Srinagar: Normal life remained paralysed in North Kashmir’s Baramulla as shops and business establishments in the town remained closed for the sixth consecutive day on Wednesday against the alleged high-handedness of security forces. ...
Telenor buys 60 % in Unitech arm for Rs. 6,120 crore
The Norwegian company will subscribe to fresh shares
Jayalalithaa permitted to move court with regard to threat letter
India in control after Gautam Gambhir century
Tendulkar and Laxman help consolidate after Sehwag and Dravid fall cheaply
“We will not hesitate to suspend trains in States lacking security”
Lalu Prasad seeks intervention of Manmohan, Sonia in Maharashtra
Chandrayaan’s orbit raised again
CHENNAI: With the fourth manoeuvre to raise the orbit of Chandrayaan-1 successful on Wednesday morning, Chandrayaan-1, India’s first spacecraft to the moon, is racing to reach two-thirds of the distance to the moon. The moon is about ...
No differences with Centre: Karunanidhi
CHENNAI: There is no place for difference of opinion with the Union Government in extending cooperation to bring about peace in Sri Lanka, Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi said on Wednesday. Reiterating the position of his government and of ...
LTTE breaches Colombo security
COLOMBO: An LTTE light-wing aircraft dropped two improvised bombs on the Kelanitissa power station, on the outskirts of Colombo, after dropping three bombs on a military camp in Mannar district, on Tuesday night. It is not clear if the ...
ATS: Malegaon blast suspects part of larger conspiracy
Police custody for Kulkarni, Upadhyay
Google, publishers reach pact
SAN FRANCISCO : Settling a legal battle, Google on Tuesday reached an agreement with book publishers and authors that clears the way for both sides to more easily profit from digital versions of printed books. The agreement, under which ...
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