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He is in the no-fire zone and cannot escape over the land route: Sarath Fonseka
New Delhi sending emissaries
NEW DELHI: India will despatch National Security Adviser M.K. Narayanan and Foreign Secretary Shiv Shankar Menon to Colombo on Friday to urge the Sri Lanka government to immediately stop hostilities in the conflict zone. The ...
55% vote in Phase II
Chawla happy poll was held “without any large incident”
U.N. appeals for funds to help Sri Lankan Tamils
Around 80,000 civilians who escaped the combat zone are being held in camps in Vavuniya
India monitoring situation with “deep concern”
New Delhi: External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee on Thursday said the government was monitoring with “deep concern and anxiety the evolving situation in Sri Lanka, in particular the conditions of Tamil civilians in the ...
Probe ordered into death of student
New Delhi: The Delhi government on Thursday ordered a probe into the death of a school girl after an asthma attack, following allegations of “negligence” on the part of the school authorities. The authorities of Modern ...
ELECTIONS 2009 - STATEWISE
A challenging electoral battle
The result in West Bengal could determine the fate of the Third Front and have a crucial bearing on the 2011 Assembly election, when the Left Front government will seek a public mandate for a record eighth term
No cakewalk for Pranab
Jangipur was just a speck on the country’s map until senior Congress leader Pranab Mukherjee won his first Lok Sabha seat in 2004, defeating Abul Hasnat Khan of the CPI (M). Since then, this predominantly rural and semi-urban ...
ELECTIONS 2009 - TALKINGHEADS
“If we don’t get the mandate, we will sit in the Opposition”
Strike impacts normal life in State
CHENNAI: Many shops and business establishments remained closed in Chennai and across the State, and buses remained off the roads because of the general strike called by the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam to protest the killing of Tamils in Sri ...
The demand for Statehood in north Bengal
Nepalis, Kamtapuris and Koch-Rajbangshis are asking for the creation of separate States
Voting moved at leisurely pace in Amethi
AMETHI: Voting in the sprawling Amethi parliamentary constituency that includes the three Assembly segments of Sultanpur district and two of Rae Bareli district moved at a leisurely pace on Thursday even as the wind appeared to favour the ...
Pakistan a mortal threat, says Hillary
In the wake of rapid Taliban advances
“Khan’s damage incalculable”
Washington: Pakistan’s nuclear scientist A.Q. Khan was the world’s greatest proliferator, said U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Thursday. “With respect to A.Q. Khan, there’s no doubt he is probably the ...
Yusuf Pathan is the hero for Rajasthan Royals
CAPE TOWN: Rajasthan Royals needed a Super Over to beat Kolkata Knight Riders at Cape Town here on Thursday after both teams played out a tie. Taking strike first, Kolkata’s Chris Gayle smacked 15 runs (three fours) off Kamran ...
Daredevils clinches a thriller
de Villiers notches up first century of season two
Kings XI hoping for better luck
It will clash with the inconsistent Royal Challengers
RIL net profit drops 22 %
Commissions large refinery and completes gas projects
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