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“Perpetrators of Mumbai attack must face Indian justice”
Airbus ditches onto New York river
155 people on board rescued largely unhurt; hail the pilot after ‘Miracle on the Hudson’
Satyam board to meet today
NEW DELHI: The expanded board of crisis-ridden Satyam Computer Services is slated to meet in Hyderabad on Saturday to thrash out issues pertaining to fund raising to keep the IT major’s business running, as also the controversy over its ...
Court reserves orders on SEBI petition to meet Raju brothers
HYDERABAD: Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) officials will have to wait till January 19 to know whether they can record the statement of the former Satyam Chairman B. Ramalinga Raju and his brother B. Rama Raju, both of whom are ...
Pakistan briefs Indian envoy
“Both should go back to peace process”
Act faster on 26/11: Miliband
Islamabad: Stepping up pressure on Pakistan, Britain on Friday asked it to go “farther and faster” in taking action against those involved in the Mumbai attacks and root out terrorist infrastructure within the country. ...
Reducing inequality, inequity a challenge: Manmohan Singh
Envisages greater role for gram sabhas in this endeavour
India earlier made distinction between terror ‘fugitives’ and Pakistanis
Manmohan, Pranab and Menon had said the perpetrators should be handed over
Miliband’s ‘aggressive’ style upsets Delhi
New Delhi: It is unusual for the government to publicly criticise the views of a foreign dignitary on an official visit, especially before his trip to India is over. So when Ministry of External Affairs spokesman Vishnu Prakash issued a tartly ...
4 killed in ‘jallikattu,’ many injured
Tiruchi: Four persons were killed and over 275 sustained injuries in ‘jallikattu’ held in villages in Tiruchi and Pudukottai districts on Friday. Three persons were killed and 59 injured in Aavarankadu village in Tiruchi ...
Assad’s call to severe ties with Israel
Iran echoes call; Turkey wants Tel Aviv out of UN
Many new issues before Satyam board
Some banks may step in to extend loans
World Bank ranks Karnataka first, Kerala second
CHENNAI: The World Bank has developed a new Investment Climate Index to help identify the key challenges and bottlenecks to be overcome in attracting business investment. In a policy research working paper, World Bank analyst Guiseppe Iarossi ...
Police refuse to believe accounts of ‘key witness’
Mumbai: Anita Uddaiya, 47, has been throwing the Mumbai Crime Branch into a tizzy since a popular city tabloid reported her missing four days ago. Uddaiya is a resident of Machchimar Nagar in Cuffe Parade, a fishing colony along the coast ...
Mumbai clinches Ranji Trophy
Wins the tournament for a record 38th time in 75 editions
Airworthy, and also crashworthy
How modern aircraft are designed to survive landings on water
Lakhs turn up on Marina for Kaanum Pongal
CHENNAI: The city was on a sight-seeing spree on the occasion of Kaanum Pongal on Friday. The Marina beach alone saw nearly 10 lakh visitors from afternoon till night, according to police sources. Anna Square, Island Grounds, ...
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