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T. Sankara Rao, Advocate
Govt. of Assam Tender Notice
Scepticism over Pakistan’s action against terrorists
Indian Navy foils piracy bid
23 Somalis, Yemenis held after show of force on high seas in the Gulf of Aden
“I am waiting to see Pakistan keep its word”
Pranab hopes the banned outfits do not reappear with a new name, with a new signboard but with the same old faces
We will take care of the poor: Gehlot
JAIPUR: After five years, Ashok Gehlot took over the reins as Rajasthan Chief Minister on Saturday. Governor Shilendra Kumar Singh administered the oath of office and secrecy at a function on the grounds of the Raj Bhavan guest house in the ...
Protests, firing mar polling in Pulwama
Youth dies as police and CRPF open fire; voting in fifth phase of J&K Assembly elections put at 57 per cent
Mumbai police write to Centre on Ajmal’s plea
MUMBAI: The Mumbai police have written to the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) and the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) on the surviving terrorist of the Mumbai attacks, Mohammad Ajmal Amir Iman’s plea seeking contact with the Pakistan ...
Democratic forces should join hands in fight against terror: Manmohan
“Mumbai attacks an attempt to spread communal disharmony”
Speed up culling, Centre asks Assam
GUWAHATI: The Centre has asked the Assam government to speed up the ongoing culling operations in the State and strictly cordon off the affected areas to prevent spread of the bird flu outbreak. The State government on Saturday ...
Jehad Council in silent mode: report
Islamabad: The Pakistan-based United Jehad Council (UJC), a conglomerate of militant groups that are active in Kashmir, has “temporarily” dissolved itself, with its leaders going underground following the crackdown on the ...
England in a commanding position
Andrew Strauss and Paul Collingwood are the men of the moment
Indian boxers lose
NEW DELHI: The Indian boxers — Akhil Kumar, Jitender Kumar, A.L. Lakra and Dinesh Kumar — fell to superior rivals and settled for bronze medals in the International Boxing Association (AIBA) World Cup in Moscow on ...
‘Captaincy is a lot about having a passion for tactics’
Chennai: Mike Brearley is a qualified psychoanalyst. He is also among the game’s legendary captains. Brearley’s strategic skills and leadership qualities transformed England into a formidable force from the mid to late 70s. ...
Strauss has set a great example
Collingwood acknowledges his teammate’s determination
“He just fell on us as if to protect us from bullets”
For a change, Sitaram Sakhre decided to take the train to his native village … and that cost him his life
Few takers for Rs.100 water connection
CHENNAI: Chennai Metrowater’s Rs.100-domestic water connection scheme for lower income group households has met with a lukewarm response in the face of lack of awareness and apprehension among the beneficiaries of being assessed for ...
At climate change meet, rich-poor divide perceptible
POZNAN (POLAND): At the U.N. climate talks which finished in the early hours of Saturday, the divide between rich and poor nations was obvious in their differing views of what has been achieved here. “We have seen very good results ...
Accident victim taken to hospital in tricycle dies
PUDUCHERRY: Timely response from ambulance service providers in Puducherry could have saved a life on Saturday. A 45-year-old man was hit by the Villupuram–Puducherry train at a place between Chinnababusamudram and Puducherry, about 7 km ...
Honouring the brave men
NEW DELHI: Railway Minister Lalu Prasad on Saturday rolled out the red carpet to those railway personnel who thwarted the terrorist attack and saved hundreds of lives at the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, Mumbai, on November 26. The ...
M.S. Subbulakshmi’s music had universal appeal: Barnala
Book on MS authored by Gowri Ramnarayan released
A tale of two unarmed heroes
NEW DELHI: Armed with nothing but presence of mind and courage, two persons tackled terrorists at the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus on November 26. The railway announcer at the station, Vishnu Dattaram Zinde, and head constable of the ...
Miss Russia on top of the world
India’s Parvathy finishes first runner-up, Trinidad & Tobago’s Gabriel is second
Search for the elusive tiger continues
LUCKNOW: After searching in vain for the elusive male tiger for the last several days, forest officials have now pinned their hopes on an elephant to help them trap the animal. The male tiger had wandered into human habitat after he ...
LKG, UKG in government schools mooted
MADURAI: Senior field-level officials of the Department of Elementary Education have suggested to the State government the introduction of LKG and UKG in government schools. Officials from districts made this request to School Education ...
A full day’s uninterrupted browsing before you need to think of a battery recharge
Qualcomm’s Snapdragon solution powers new-era mobile computing devices
Katrina is Google’s most searched Bollywood name
Indian search terms in 2008 are a pointer to popular taste
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