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However, we are prepared to go it alone: Digvijay
UPA seals pact in Jharkhand
NEW DELHI: The Congress, the Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM) and the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) on Monday sealed a seat-sharing pact for the 14 Lok Sabha seats in Jharkhand. JMM general secretary Hem Lal Murmu said the arrangement was ...
26/11 trial to begin on March 23
Mumbai: From March 23, the Arthur Road jail, Mumbai, will witness the most famous trial on its premises till date. That day, the special sessions court set up at the jail will convene for the first hearing of the November 26, 2008 Mumbai ...
Jitters over Sharif’s call for ‘long march’
Interior Ministry head warns against creating a “1971-like situation”
Nation needs alternative policy approach: CPI(M)
NEW DELHI: The Communist Party of India (Marxist) on Monday said it was for non-Congress secular parties like the Samajwadi Party to decide with whom they would share the political platform. “We are appealing to all non-Congress ...
Menon begins dialogue with Obama team
Washington: Foreign Secretary Shivshankar Menon on Monday plunged into three days of hectic diplomacy focusing on taking the India-U.S. strategic relationship forward as the two nations began their first high-level interaction since Barack ...
Bidding process for Satyam Computer begins
Former Chief Justice or a Supreme Court judge to oversee
CBI gets 8-day custody of Satyam scam accused
HYDERABAD: Almost two months after the arrest of the former Satyam Computer Services Limited chairman, B. Ramalinga Raju, and the other accused in the company’s fraud, a court here on Monday granted to the Central Bureau of Investigation ...
Obama lifts curbs on stem cell research
"It is dangerous, profoundly wrong, and has no place in our society, or any society,"Obama said as he promised to enforce a strict regulations with regard to stem cell research in the country. Promising that his Administration will never ...
TRAI cuts domestic call termination charges
Telephone tariffs will be reduced further
Tamils issue will have impact on outcome of polls: Jayalalithaa
CHENNAI: AIADMK general secretary Jayalalithaa said on Monday that the Sri Lankan Tamils issue would have a “definite impact” on the forthcoming Lok Sabha polls, claiming all sections of the people in Tamil Nadu were greatly ...
BJD’s hunt on for numbers
BJP criticises Naveen Patnaik for committing ‘breach of trust’
We’ve every reason to be confident: Congress
NEW DELHI: The Congress on Monday smelt victory ahead of the 2009 Lok Sabha elections; stating that the decision of the Biju Janata Dal to break ranks with the Bharatiya Janata Party was an indication of the way the wind was ...
BJP campaign focussed on Advani
‘Strong leader, decisive government’ is the party slogan arrived at after feedback from surveys
“West Bengal alive to terror threat”
Steps taken for detection of terrorist movements, says Gopalkrishna Gandhi
Adviser to Rajnath
NEW DELHI: The former chief of the Swadeshi Jagran Manch, Murlidhar Rao, who was inducted into the Bharatiya Janata Party recently, will now be attached to party president Rajnath Singh as an adviser, according to a press release here on ...
Governor to the rescue in West Bengal
KOLKATA: In a rare move, West Bengal Governor Gopalkrishna Gandhi led the Assembly on Monday in singing the national anthem at the start of its budget session, following a failure in the audio system. It is customary that the anthem is ...
Batsmen calling the shots in one-dayers
Bouncy tracks and use of two white balls could make it an even game
More Americans give up religion, share of Christians falls
NEW YORK: A wide-ranging study on American religious life has found that the percentage of Christians has declined and more people say they have no religion at all. Fifteen per cent of respondents said they had no religion, an increase ...
TTD digitalises old inscriptions to upload on the Web
ASI involved to preserve inscriptions before gold plating work at Venkateswara temple
Vatican’s praise for washing machine
London: The Vatican’s official newspaper has said the washing machine has done more to “liberate” women than the contraceptive pill. In a long editorial marking International Women’s Day, ...
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