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Bush speaks to Manmohan, Zardari
Crawford: US President George W Bush on Wednesday spoke to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Pakistan B President Asif Ali Zardari and all the three leaders agreed to avoid any action that would "raise tensions" in the region. Mr. Bush ...
Anti-terror laws come into force
New Delhi: With President Pratibha Devisingh Patil giving her assent to the National Investigation Agency (NIA) Bill and the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Amendment Bill, the new anti-terror regime came into force on Wednesday, about a ...
Pakistan dismisses media reports on Lashkar role
Islamabad/ London: A news channel quoted the Prime Minister’s Office sources in Pakistan admitting to the involvement of the Lashkar-e-Taiba in the Mumbai attacks. But PMO spokesman Imran Gardezi was quick to rubbish the claim. ...
Petroleum price cut imminent
Levels that prevailed four years ago the target, says Murli Deora
India, Pakistan must resume talks: Omar
Their ties have a direct bearing on the situation in Jammu and Kashmir
‘No. 1 in One-Day Internationals by 2009-end and in Test cricket by 2010 is the dream’ exclusive
Chairman of selectors Srikkanth on India’s rise and the changing balance of power in world cricket
Ajmal booked under three more Acts
MUMBAI: The Mumbai police on Wednesday booked Mohammed Ajmal Amir Iman, the lone terrorist caught alive during last month’s terror strikes here, under three more Acts. “Ajmal has been booked under Customs Act, Foreigners ...
Government identifies 3 locations for NIT in Puducherry
Swapnika’s 21-day battle with life ends
Hundreds pay respects to her at MGM Hospital in Warangal
Six lakh LPG connections released
CHENNAI: The Union Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas has sanctioned release of six lakh new liquefied petroleum gas ((LPG) connections by oil marketing companies during 2008-09 under the State government’s ‘free gas connection ...
TIME TO CHANGE
The Earth needs to catch up
Jaina treasure trove in Mankulam village
Ruins of two Jaina prayer halls have been excavated
Mapping the world of birds
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Following in the footsteps of legendary ornithologist Salim Ali, who mapped Kerala’s bird population for the first time 75 years ago, the Kerala State Biodiversity Board and the Kerala Forest and Wildlife Department ...
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