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Govt. of Assam Tender Notice
“We have so far acted with utmost restraint”
Pakistan jets take to the skies
ISLAMABAD: Fighter jets of the Pakistan Air Force thundered over the capital, Rawalpindi and Lahore all of Monday afternoon, heightening people’s fears that a war was about to break out any minute with India. A brief statement ...
Mayawati promises quota for poor among forward communities
Cautions partymen to be wary of both the Congress and the BJP
Antulay issue rocks Parliament
NEW DELHI: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Shiv Sena on Monday stepped up their protest against Union Minister for Minority Affairs A.R. Antulay, forcing repeated adjournments of both Houses of Parliament until the presiding officers ...
Pakistan receives Ajmal’s letter
Also read: India hands over Ajmal's letter Related Links: Pranab: denials won’t ...
World needs to do more, says Pranab
“India has successfully managed to convince other countries to pressure Pakistan”
India adopts nuanced approach
NEW DELHI: India has unveiled a nuanced approach in dealing with Pakistan after the Mumbai terror strikes. Sources say there is a feeling that the situation is different as compared to 2001-02 when tensions were high after the attack on ...
Insurance Bill seeks to hike FDI cap to 49 per cent from 26 per cent
With this, long-pending reforms in the insurance sector set in motion
CPI(M) leads protest against Insurance Bill
‘It will harm financial sector and import crisis into the country’
Clarify stand: BJP asks Centre
NEW DELHI: The Bharatiya Janata Party on Monday charged the Congress with trying to increase the limit of foreign direct investment (FDI) in the insurance sector from 26 per cent to 49 per cent afterit had opposed such a move by the previous ...
Repairs under way, Internet still hit
NEW DELHI: Internet services in the country remained severely affected on Monday even as repairs continued to three major undersea cables — SeaMeWe (SMW) 4, SMW 3 and Reliance Communications’ Flag – between Egypt and Italy in ...
Haneef hopes Clarke probe will vindicate him
Melbourne: Indian doctor Mohammed Haneef, who was wrongly charged in a botched terrorism case here, is hopeful that the enquiry report to be released this week will address “all the wrongs” done to him, his lawyers said on ...
Iraqi shoe-thrower was badly beaten in jail, says his brother
“A man dumped cold water on him and hit him with a thick cable”
I will do it again, says Muntader al-Zaidi
BAGHDAD: Muntader al-Zaidi, who threw his shoes at United States President George W. Bush, says he would do it again and that he was forced to write a letter of apology after being tortured in jail, the journalist’s brother ...
Toyota projects first-ever operating loss
Unlike previous years, the company gave no earnings forecast for the fiscal year ending March 2010
Gambhir holds fort, prevents collapse
England, bowled out for 302, concedes a first innings lead of 151
Off the field we are friends: Yuvraj
The southpaw holds forth on his on-field run-in with Pietersen
Azhagiri agrees to campaign for DMK in Thirumangalam
Postpones eye surgery, says he’s aiming at a hat-trick
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