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Some of the trails point to involvement of foreigners: Malik
Make nations pay for abetting in terror: Pranab
NEW DELHI: India on Monday called upon the international community to ensure that countries that abet in terrorism are made to “pay a heavy price.” “Countries that do not follow zero tolerance to terrorism must be made ...
Probe extended to cover Maytas
NEW DELHI: The Central government on Monday directed the Serious Fraud Investigation Office (SFIO) to extend the scope of its ongoing probe into the affairs of Satyam Computer Services to Maytas Properties and Maytas Infrastructure also. This ...
Orders on SEBI’s plea deferred
Hyderabad: Orders on SEBI’s application to record the statements of the former Satyam chairman, Ramalinga Raju, and his brother Rama Raju were postponed by the Sixth Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate D. Ramakrishna, to January 22. ...
Obama calls for a new spirit of national sacrifice
WASHINGTON: Under the watchful eye of Abraham Lincoln, hundreds of thousands gave a rapturous welcome on Sunday to U.S. President-elect Barack Obama at a star-studded concert which rocked the heart of a wintry Washington on Sunday. Mr. ...
I’m not responsible for Raju’s rise: YSR
“Projection given by Naidu helped him get good business”
Satyam Board entrusts cash transactions to core group
Company may not face a major funds crunch, say sources
No bailout: Kamal Nath
NEW DELHI: Commerce and Industry Minister Kamal Nath on Monday said no bailout plan was being mooted by the government for Satyam Computer Services. “There was never a bailout plan. It is up to the company and its board to look at ...
Gun battle in Delhi; robbery plan foiled
Four arrested following encounter with police, five others flee
‘Asia Literary Review glories in eclecticism’
The Winter 2008 issue features an interview of Aravind Adiga
Jharkhand under President’s rule
NEW DELHI: Jharkhand on Monday was brought under President’s rule and the State Assembly kept under suspended animation. President Pratibha Devisingh Patil signed the proclamation after the Union Cabinet approved the ...
Rwanda: joint struggle needed by India, Africa to get U.N. seat
NEW DELHI: President of Rwanda Paul Kagame has called upon Africa and India to jointly carry out a struggle to gain membership in the United Nations Security Council (UNSC). “As the history of both suggests, nothing comes for ...
Indicate when Pranab will go to Sri Lanka: Karunanidhi
“DMK could lose power for the third time for the cause of Tamils”
Federer starts pursuit of 14th Grand Slam
Sania gets past Domachowska, meets 10th seed Petrova in the second round
Fortune favours Surya Shekhar Ganguly
The Indian triumphs with a marginally favourable tie-break score
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