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Farooq Abdullah steps aside; Congress sends positive signals
Pakistan’s military leaders talk of peace
ISLAMABAD: In remarks seen as key to the de-escalation of the post-Mumbai military tensions in the region, Pakistan’s military leaders have stressed the need to “avoid conflict” and for the resumption of the peace dialogue ...
Hasina alliance set for landslide
Leading in over 150 of 299 seats; Jamaat chief Matiur Rahman Nizami loses
Kashmir results cut across communal fault lines
Sunday’s election results prove State’s political map is a complex mosaic of sub-regional zones of influence
Congress begins consultations
NEW DELHI: The Congress’ central leadership on Monday began consultations with the party’s Jammu and Kashmir leaders over government formation in the State, even as National Conference president Omar Abdullah arrived here to start ...
Second stimulus package in the next few days: Ahluwalia
This may include further cuts in key policy rates by the RBI
Three more independent directors quit Satyam
Promoters pledge shares with institutions
3G spectrum auction deferred
NEW DELHI: Following requests from some potential bidders, the government has decided to defer the much-awaited auction of 3G (third generation) spectrum by to January 30, 2009. According to sources in the Department of ...
Proposal to scrap power cut scheme
Dhoni stays on top, Yuvraj at six
Dubai: Team India skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni extended his stay at the top of the ICC ODI Rankings for the batsmen, which has his flamboyant teammate Yuvraj Singh at the No. 6 position. According to the latest chart issued on Monday, ...
Dinosaur fossil field in China may be the largest
Over 7,600 fossils have been discovered in Zhucheng City
A fulfilling year for ISRO
CHENNAI: The year 2008 was a golden year for the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) with successes in both launch vehicle and spacecraft technologies. Capping them was the impeccable launch of Chandrayaan-1, India’s first ...
Blanket of fog over Delhi
Flights and trains disrupted owing to poor visibility
Onges rejoice as a new member is born
Port Blair: Much to the cheer of Onges, an aboriginal tribe of Andaman and Nicobar Islands with only 92 members, a boy was born to the community at a hospital here, doctors said on Monday. “The infant, born on December 24 took the ...
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