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BPCL Global Tender - Ex-situ regeneration
CPN (UML) withdraws its support to the government
Conditional amnesty offered to LTTE cadres
Offer not applicable to top rung of the Tigers: Minister
No swine flu case: government
NEW DELHI: With a Hyderabad passenger too testing negative for influenza A(H1N1), the government asserted that the situation was under control and no case of the flu had been reported at any international airport in the country. ...
Attack on Army convoy: eight more arrested
Coimbatore: Eight persons, including a woman, were arrested by the police on Sunday in connection with the attack on the Army convoy at the Neelambur bypass road junction here on Saturday evening. Five persons were arrested late on ...
Eight supporters of militant outfits arrested
Jammu: The police have arrested eight suspected supporters of militant outfits in Poonch, Reasi and Doda district of Jammu and Kashmir. While probing the Surankote blast in Poonch district, which claimed the lives of five persons last ...
Alternatives to politics vs alternative politics
Election 2009 is a small but vital step towards turning our disenchantment with politicians into forging an alternative kind of politics, writes Yogendra Yadav.
“We will win all 10 seats in Haryana”
Military action looks likely in Swat district
ELECTIONS 2009 - TALKINGHEADS
“BJP-RLD will emerge as a winning combination”
Congress sees hope in BJP citadel
The Jhalawar Lok Sabha constituency, once considered a citadel of the Bharatiya Janata Party — thanks to the political clout of the Scindia family — is set for a keen contest between the sitting MP Dushyant Singh, son of former Chief ...
Kings XI clinches win off the last ball
Poor fielding does no good to Kolkata Knight Riders’ showing
Super Kings has the momentum
If Gilchrist and Gibbs click, Chargers might just race away with the game
Kallis sparkles for RCB
Johannesburg: After young paceman Dillon du Preez made the early inroads to peg Mumbai Indians back, the second-wicket pair of Jacques Kallis and Robin Uthappa powered Royal Challengers Bangalore, chasing 150, to a nine-wicket victory in the ...
Karunanidhi admitted to hospital
CHENNAI: Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi was admitted to a private hospital here on Sunday for treatment of fever. A release said that his condition was normal. All his election campaign meetings announced for Sunday and Monday have been ...
Withdraw bus fare cut: EC
5 PDK cadres held for ransacking DMK office
CHENNAI: Five functionaries of the Periyar Dravidar Kazhagam (PDK), including two women, were arrested in Royapettah on Sunday morning on charges of ransacking a Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) campaign office in the area and attacking police. ...
Journalists can aim for greater credibility: Shahani
CHENNAI: As an era of “falsehood and disinformation” comes to an end, marked by the current downturn, it could make it possible for journalists to aim for greater credibility by re-establishing the sacred duty of ...
India Inc paying millions on lobbying in United States
Firms, including RIL, paid close to $2,75,000 in first quarter of 2009
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