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Are Lakhvi, Zarar Shah included?
Big win for ruling alliance in Sri Lanka
Interim budget may give relief to exporters
NEW DELHI: With the global economic meltdown in the background and the Lok Sabha elections approaching, the UPA government will present its interim budget on Monday amid indications it will showcase its programmes in rural development, housing ...
“SP won’t oppose Pawar for PM if need be”
NEW DELHI: As the Lok Sabha elections draw near, political activities are hotting up with discussions being held on possible alliances, post-poll scenarios and prime ministerial aspirations. Even as the Samajwadi Party and the Congress, ...
Industry hopes to see package
Believes budget will have features that will benefit all sections of society
BJP will build temple: Advani
“Mandir issue” once helped party catapult to power
Karat: third front will form government
CHANDIGARH: Communist Party of India (Marxist) general Secretary Prakash Karat said on Sunday that a “non- BJP and non-Congress dispensation” would assume power at the Centre after the Lok Sabha polls. Addressing a ...
Death toll in hepatitis outbreak rises to 16
Ahmedabad: The Sabarkantha district health department has filed cases against seven doctors for negligence of duty after the death toll in hepatitis infection cases rose to 16 with most of them being reported from Modasa taluk here, a top ...
“Prabakaran still holed up in Wanni”
LTTE chief’s elder son is leading the operations?
Murray beats Nadal to win title
Paes & Dlouhy lose title match; Bopanna & Nieminen in SAP final
Hancock to cut album with Anoushka, Zakir
New Delhi: Legendary jazz pianist Herbie Hancock will record an album with sitarist Anoushka Shankar and tabla player Zakir Hussain this month. “The record is a global collaborative project about peace and what can be achieved in ...
Accident survivors heave a sigh of relief
CHENNAI: When the special train arrived on platform no. 6 at Chennai Central railway station on Sunday morning, the sense of relief was evident on the face of the 450 passengers who survived the derailment of the Howrah-Chennai Central ...
4 injured as roller coaster wagon goes off rails
CHENNAI: Four persons, including a woman, were injured when the wagon of a roller coaster they were riding, fell off its rails at the Tourism and Trade Fair on the Island Grounds here on Sunday evening. One of the victims suffered head ...
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