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Govt. of Assam Tender Notice
Antulay: my doubts now cleared
Nobody wants war: Manmohan
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Tuesday reiterated that India wanted Pakistan to dismantle the terror infrastructure and urged the international community to persuade Pakistan to put an end to terror. “Nobody wants ...
‘There are reasons for the loss of faith’
Maharashtra Chief Minister Ashok Chavan on the ‘multiple tasks’ and key issues before him
“Ajmal not on Pakistan database”
But NADRA covers only one-third of Pakistan’s population
Poll-eve terror strike averted
SRINAGAR: Police in Jammu and Kashmir have arrested three Pakistani nationals who, they say, were preparing to stage a large-scale fidayeen attack in the State’s winter capital, Jammu. A former Pakistan Army ...
Jammu arrests cast new light on Jaish-e-Mohammad networks
Terror group set up by man set free from Indian jail
No evidence against Haneef, says probe
High-powered inquiry presents report in Parliament
I feel relieved as I have been exonerated: Haneef
DUBAI: “I feel relieved as I have now been completely exonerated of the charges,” Dr. Haneef who has moved to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) told The Hindu on Tuesday. Dr. Haneef said he had no ...
Left parties protest passage of Bills without discussion
NEW DELHI: The Left parties on Tuesday staged vociferous protests inside and outside Parliament against the manner in which Bills were passed amid pandemonium. As members of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) stormed into the well of the ...
Insurance staff strike work against tabling of Bills
Protest amendment to LIC Act, Insurance Laws Bill
Antulay issue must be “allowed to rest”
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Tuesday said the Antulay matter should be “allowed to rest.” Dr. Singh was replying to queries of reporters outside the Parliament House on the controversy over ...
BJP to pursue Antulay issue
Advani says consensus disturbed by Minister’s remarks
‘No truth in different versions circulated on Karkare’s movement’
NEW DELHI: This is the text of the statement of Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram on the circumstances leading to the death of Hemant Karkare, head of Mumbai’s Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS), and other officers of the Mumbai ...
Parliament approves cyber crime Bill
NEW DELHI: Parliament on Tuesday passed the Information Technology (Amendment) Bill that provides for imprisonment, which could extend to life term, for those indulging in cyber terrorism and a jail term of up to five years for publishing or ...
India reclaims No. 2 spot with series win
Mohali Test ends in a drab draw; Gambhir, Yuvraj miss out on hundreds
Dhoni thanks England team
Mohali: Mahendra Singh Dhoni thanked the England team for returning for the Test series after the terror strikes in Mumbai. “I would like to thank the England team for coming and playing in India. They’ve proved that India is ...
Centre’s optimism in tackling impact of meltdown
Government hints at ‘aggressive’ easing of interest rates and ‘fast-tracking’ of pending reforms
Satyam barred from doing business with World Bank
WASHINGTON/NEW DELHI: The World Bank has barred India’s Satyam Computer from doing business with it for eight years on charges of data theft, a Bank official said on Tuesday. “The information is true... quotes about the ...
Breeder to clone bull-fighting stud
MADRID: The steam rising from the flanks of the 450 kg. bull known as Alcalde is a sign that one of bullfighting’s best-known studs is still healthy, despite his advanced age. At 16 years old, however, the sire of some of the ...
Awaiting the avian guests
Pigeon nests outside the Taj still unoccupied
NASA yet to spot toys used in test
NEW YORK: Sailors, fishermen and cruise passengers should be on the alert. If anybody spots a yellow rubber duck bobbing on the ocean waves, NASA would like to know. The U.S. space agency has yet to find any trace of 90 bathtub toys ...
Ex-Presidents to co-chair inauguration
Washington: The former U.S. Presidents — Jimmy Carter, George Bush and Bill Clinton are among more than a dozen honorary co-chairmen of President-elect Barack Obama’s inauguration. Among others on the list is Obama’s ...
No more new liquor shops: Karunanidhi
Interim injunction against ‘Ghajini’ release
CHENNAI: The Madras High Court on Tuesday granted interim injunction restraining the respondents in a civil suit from releasing the Aamir Khan-starrer ‘Ghajini.’ Justice P.R. Shivakumar granted the injunction, pending civil ...
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