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DMK government defends Mukherjee mission to Sri Lanka
Rajapaksa issues ultimatum
Asks the LTTE to release civilians in the war zone within 48 hours
ATS to interrogate Sri Ram Sene chief
Purohit purportedly mentioned the name of ‘Muthalik’
Congress not for pre-poll alliance at national level
NEW DELHI: The Congress will not go in for an alliance at the national level for the Lok Sabha election, and seat sharing arrangements with the allies will be limited to adjustments at the State-level. At a Congress Working Committee ...
Pakistan probe will decide next turn in ties with India
Reports about Pakistani investigators determining that the Mumbai attacks were planned elsewhere are not a good augury
Blast just a curtain-raiser: Muthalik
MANGALORE: In a speech made at Udupi on January 17 2009, Sri Ram Sene leader Pramod Muthalik warned, “The Malegaon [blast] incident is just a ‘Jhalak’ [curtain-raiser] for similar events in the future.” The ...
Immunity for new Satyam Board
This is to enable it to discharge its functions without any fear
SEBI will have to wait to examine Rajus
HYDERABAD: The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) will have to wait for some more time to examine the former Satyam chairman, B. Ramalinga Raju, and his brother, B. Rama Raju. The Andhra Pradesh High Court posted to Friday the ...
Red Cross rescues 226 sick and wounded people
COLOMBO: The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) on Thursday succeeded in transporting 226 sick and wounded patients from the LTTE territory to the Vavuniya hospital, amid claims by the military that it recovered from Mullaithivu ...
We have fulfilled our promise, says Deora
Petrol price cut by Rs.5 a litre, diesel by Rs.2
India expects Pakistan to act, says Pranab
New Delhi: Amid reports that Pakistan had found no evidence linking it to the Mumbai terror attacks, India on Thursday said it expected Islamabad to act on commitments. “We are expecting Pakistan to act,” External Affairs ...
Red-hot Federer sizzles against Roddick
Cool and collected Serena Williams halts Elena Dementieva’s winning streak
Bhupathi-Knowles win; Paes-Dlouhy lose
MELBOURNE: Mahesh Bhupathi earned a shot at his first Australian Open title by reaching the men’s doubles final with Mark Knowles while Leander Paes’s wait continues after losing his semifinal alongside Lukas Dlouhy here on ...
Making all the right moves
Dhoni has proved a hard nut to crack in the middle-order
Badrinath, Dravid score at will
RAJKOT: Amit Mishra may have got a sinking feeling when he stretched out at gully, then grassed a slash from Rahul Dravid. The India stalwart capitalised on it to come up with a stroke-filled 138 off 173 balls. S. Badrinath twisted the ...
Government willing to reduce quantum of power cut: Minister
If industries agree to the scheme of regional holidays
Fog hits 200 flights in Delhi airport
NEW DELHI: The schedule of around 200 domestic and international flights was affected on Thursday due to the dense fog that enveloped the Indira Gandhi International (IGI) airport here. At least 103 domestic and international flights ...
Cops, ULFA militants killed
Guwahati: Two policemen and a militant of United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA) were killed while a five-year-old boy was injured when security forces and ULFA exchanged fire at Buragaon village in upper Assam’s Sivasagar district on ...
Stanley records a first in liver transplant
CHENNAI: South India’s first successful liver transplant in the public sector was performed at the Government Stanley Hospital’s Centre for Surgical Gastroenterology and Liver Transplantation, here, on Thursday. The recipient, a ...
Swaminathan moots food security policy for Kerala
Says State should arrest decline in paddy cultivation
Yeddyurappa sees conspiracy
New delhi: Karnataka Chief Minister B.S. Yeddyurappa alleged here on Thursday that there was a big conspiracy behind the Mangalore pub incident. He said the issue was blown out of proportion by the Opposition and the media. “Law ...
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