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We are not soft on terror: Manmohan
“None involved in terror attacks will be spared”

Car bombs used in city
Guwahati: The Assam police have taken into custody three persons in connection with the serial blasts in the State. The cell-phone from which an SMS was sent in the name of the Islamic Security Force (Indian Mujahideen), owning responsibility ...

RBI cuts rates, assures more steps
MUMBAI: In a major move to inject an additional estimated Rs. 85,000 crore into the system, the Reserve Bank of India on Saturday cut key deposit requirements for banks by one percentage point and its short-term lending rate by 0.5 percentage ...

Bal Thackeray backs Sadhvi Pragya

Police verifying identity of Islamic Security Force
Unconfirmed reports of formation of an outfit by this name in 2000-2001

Fierce battle between Sri Lanka Navy, LTTE
Claims and counter-claims by both sides on casualties and other losses

NDA’s show of strength in Sonipat
Nitish Kumar conspicuous by absence, Shiv Sena leaders too didn’t turn up

India, Iran poised for rise in two-way investments

Every Indian should be proud of Chandrayaan, says Kalam
BANGALORE: Byalalu village near Bangalore had a high profile visitor on Saturday. The former President, A.P. J. Abdul Kalam, visited the Indian Deep Space Network and the giant antenna here and expressed his desire to see an Indian scientist ...

Clarke baulks India’s push for victory
Host’s inexplicable field placings and dropped catches add to its woes

‘We didn’t create enough opportunities’
India can still push for a victory, insists the coach

Film stars observe fast in Chennai
To express solidarity with Sri Lankan Tamils

Alonso pips Hamilton in final practice
SAO PAULO: Fernando Alonso was fastest in the final practice session before qualifying for the Brazilian Grand Prix on Saturday, edging championship leader Lewis Hamilton. Alonso clocked 1 minute, 12.141 seconds in his Renault at the ...

Consultant appointed for BRTS corridors in Chennai

Yasin Malik held
SRINAGAR: Protests rocked the Maisuma locality here on Saturday after news of the government slapping the Public Safety Act (PSA) on Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front chairman Yasin Malik spread. A group of youths took to the streets, ...

National cancer institute proposed in Chennai
CHENNAI: A Rs.800-crore National Cancer Institute will be set up in or around Chennai, Union Minister for Health and Family Welfare Anbumani Ramadoss announced on Saturday. 50 acres sought The State ...

Security beefed up at Agartala Airport
Agartala: Security was beefed up at the Agartala Airport following directives from the Airports Authority of India (AAI) and the Ministry of Civil Aviation, official sources said here on Saturday. The AAI has sought the help of the ...

Sadhvi Pragya, Upadhyay undergo polygraph test
MUMBAI: Sadhvi Pragya Singh Thakur and two other accused in the September 29 Malegaon blast underwent polygraph tests at the Kalina Forensic Science Laboratory here on Saturday. The Sadhvi, along with the former-army major Ramesh ...

Web avatar for two iconic kids story brands
Amar Chitra Katha and Chandamama now have online portals to cater for the new generation

Scientists to get share in revenue from innovations
NEW DELHI: A career in public funded scientific institutions is set to become attractive, with the Union Cabinet giving its nod for a Bill that will allow scientists there to have a share in the revenue generated by their ...

Match Ekalavya’s skill on your mobile!
Bangalore: Test your archery skill against Ekalavya. Aim an arrow at the clay image of Dronacharya. This is just one game for mobile phone owners created by Mumbai-based Nazara Technologies — all based on incidents in the Mahabharata, ...

Tapping scientific potential of students
Science City workshop physically challenged students

Marketing through ‘Tell a Friend’ widget
Hyderabad: As advertisers and marketing people know, their best efforts are nothing compared to satisfied customers spreading the message by word of mouth, about something they like. Pramati Technologies, a Hyderabad-based Internet ...

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