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‘All efforts to ensure payment of salaries on time’
Police custody for Rajus
HYDERABAD: The former Satyam Computer Services chairman B. Ramalinga Raju, his brother Rama Raju and the former Chief Financial Officer of the company, Srinivas Vadlamani, will be in police custody for four days. A court ordered them to ...
A blot on corporate image: PM
Says Satyam scam shows how fraud in one company can inflict suffering on many
An isolated issue, says Pranab
KOLKATA: Describing the Satyam episode as an isolated issue, Union External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee said that while it had undoubtedly affected the securities market, it could not be taken as representative of the Indian ...
We’re committed to political solution, says Rajapaksa
But terrorism will be dealt with firmly and militarily, he tells Menon
Pakistan must cooperate fully with Mumbai probe, says France
‘It is not for us to say whether suspects should be extradited or not’
Pakistan promises fair probe
Manmohan asks Pakistan to disclose all facts
MUMBAI: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has called on Pakistani authorities to come out with a full and complete disclosure of all the facts surrounding the latest terror attack, without attempts at denial, diversion or ...
“LTTE using Tamils as shield in the war”
CHENNAI: Accusing the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eeelam of using the Tamils as a shield in the war against the Sri Lankan army, AIADMK general secretary Jayalalithaa rejected the argument that the outfit was the sole representative of the ...
Fuel dealers cut stock fearing price reduction
CHENNAI: Many petrol bunks in Chennai and its suburbs are frequently running out of stock with the dealers ordering less than required quantities in view of an imminent reduction in the petrol and diesel prices. Such incidents are ...
Sport is more than a numbers game
The true dimensions of athletic genius are not revealed in numbers and ranking points, writes Nirmal Shekar
Federer primes up for the Open
Paes-Lipsky stumble in final at Auckland
Bells peal for Cambridge
Church bells give synchronised salute
Nuns through YouTube
Madrid: For the 11 remaining “Barefoot Carmelite” nuns at the San Jose convent in Ecija, near the Spanish city of Seville, the future looked grim. No young novices had joined the convent for three years and, as is happening in ...
Library seeks £300,000 from book vandal
London: The British Library is claiming damages of more than £300,000 from an Iranian academic who was jailed for two years for stripping pages out of ancient books. Farhad Hakimzadeh, 60, used a scalpel to remove leaves from the ...
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