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Sharif calls off “long march,” promises to work with Zardari to strengthen democracy
“The fear barrier of state terrorism is broken”
But lawyers see many a slip between the cup and the lip
Third alternative gathers momentum, says Karat
NEW DELHI: Communist Party of India (Marxist) general secretary Prakash Karat said on Monday the party envisaged more realignment of political forces and its effort to forge a third alternative had gathered momentum. Taking a dig at ...
Neo-liberal policies will go: CPI(M)
Party will usher in pro-poor policies, and an independent foreign policy, says manifesto
BCCI bid to end IPL stalemate fails
NEW DELHI: The schedule for the second season of the Indian Premier League (IPL) Twenty20 cricket matches continues to remain grounded in uncertainty with the Union government maintaining on Monday that there were “limitations” to ...
Ban on Muthalik
MANGALORE: The Deputy Commissioner and District Magistrate of Dakshina Kannada, V. Ponnuraj, has issued an order banning the entry of Sri Ram Sene chief Pramod Hanumanthrao Muthalik into the district for one year from Monday. Mangalore is the ...
Stop ragging or face aid cut: court
Directions issued on the basis of Raghavan report to end menace have not been complied with
Sonia to launch campaign from Davangere
NEW DELHI: Come this weekend, and the Congress will hit the election campaign in right earnest. While the party is expected to unveil its manifesto next Sunday, Congress president Sonia Gandhi is scheduled to launch the campaign from ...
PM candidate only after results, says Jayalalithaa
“Focus on winning maximum seats”
Bonuses to AIG executives criticised
The insurer used more than $90 billion in federal aid to pay out foreign, domestic banks
India has the firepower to script a memorable Test series
Ishant, Zaheer hold the key on a wicket that has something in it for the seamers
Franklin offers a potent option for Kiwis
Hamilton: New Zealand’s latest design to retard India’s batting involves pitches with pace, bounce, and movement, and a bowler with a different angle of attack. It isn’t certain yet if the strip here will answer those ...
Sehwag enters top 10
Dubai: Virender Sehwag broke into the top 10 and Sachin Tendulkar returned to the top 20 in batsmen’s chart in the ICC ODI Player Rankings, while Yuvraj Singh rose to a career-best third place in the all-rounder’s table following ...
3 new bacteria species found
CHENNAI: Three new species of bacteria, which are not found on the earth and are highly resistant to ultraviolet radiation, have been discovered in the upper stratosphere (more than 15 km above the earth) by Indian scientists, according to ...
JD(S) Minister quits Kerala Cabinet
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Kerala Transport Minister Mathew T. Thomas, the Janata Dal (Secular) representative in the Left Democratic Front (LDF) Cabinet, resigned on Monday following denial of the Kozhikode Lok Sabha seat to the party. He ...
Litigants begin defending their cases
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