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Area near Army, Air Force hq. bombed
Lawyers stage protests in Tamil Nadu
Vehicles set ablaze in Chennai, other places; tension again on High Court campus
Protect jobs, says Pranab
NEW DELHI: External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee, who holds charge of Finance, on Friday stressed the need to protect jobs and retain employees, even if it meant a cut in compensation, in view of the impact of the global economic ...
Pakistan deal adds to worry, says Antony
New Delhi: Defence Minister A.K. Antony on Friday said the truce between Pakistan and the Taliban added to India’s “worries.” “From 26/11 onwards, we are very much concerned about the security scenario. This new ...
Third alternative leaders demand prosecution of A.P. Chief Minister
They allege worst expression of crony capitalism, abuse of power and corruption
Joint probe into near-miss against global rules
Including parties implicated risks compromising its independence
Clarify on Kasuri’s statement: BJP
NEW DELHI: The BJP on Friday demanded that the government clarify on a statement made by the former Foreign Minister of Pakistan, Khurshid Mahmood Kasuri, that India and Pakistan were close to arriving at an agreement to resolve the Kashmir ...
CBI registers case in Satyam scam
NEW DELHI: Two days after taking over the probe, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Friday registered a case against Satyam’s founder B. Ramalinga Raju and others for their alleged involvement in the Rs. 7,136 crore fraud at ...
SBI freezes car loans at 10 % for one year
Slashes lending rate on farm loans to 8 per cent
Troops encircling last LTTE town: Army
COLOMBO: The Sri Lankan military on Friday claimed it was gradually encircling Puthukkudduyirppu, the last town under the control of the LTTE. Two days ago the military announced that area held by Tigers was about 100 sq. km. However, the ...
Dogged Windies denies England a win
The tail rises to the occasion with a spirited performance
India has the firepower to exploit the conditions
It will be a good tour if the weather doesn’t spoil the show, says Mahendra Singh Dhoni
Indian languages ‘endangered’: Unesco
New York: With 196 of its languages listed as endangered, India tops the Unesco’s list of countries having the maximum number of dialects on the verge of extinction. India is closely followed by the U.S. which stands to lose 192 ...
20 injured as protesters clash with police
SRINAGAR: At least 20 people were injured in clashes between the police and a group of people demanding the release of separatist leaders, including Hurriyat leader Shabir Ahmad Shah, here on Friday. Soon after Friday prayers, hundreds of ...
House witnesses acrimony over violence
Speaker orders eviction of members of the Opposition
Planned violence to destabilise DMK government: Karunanidhi
CHENNAI: Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi on Friday alleged that concerted attempts were being made to destabilise the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam government. Dedicating a grade separator at the Padi junction on the outskirts of the city ...
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