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Nation freed from terrorism: Rajapaksa
Parties vie to support Congress-led front
SP, BSP, RJD hand over letters to President; JD(S) too backs coalition
PM sought our support: SP
NEW DELHI: Within hours of arch rival Bahujan Samaj Party announcing its decision to support the United Progressive Alliance government, Samajwadi Party general secretary Amar Singh on Tuesday met President Pratibha Patil and handed over a ...
Police invoke CCA on JMM leader
Jamshedpur: The East Singhbhum district administration has slammed the Crime Control Act (CCA) on JMM leader Babbar Khan after he allegedly tampered electronic voting machines (EVMs) and assaulted the presiding officer during the April 23 ...
Third Front lacked credibility: CPI(M)
Mandate comes with onerous responsibilities, says Sonia
Manmohan makes out a case for a new work ethic
Army launches it from a rail mobile system
How they voted
$100-million aid to Pakistan
Washington: The U.S. on Tuesday announced a $100 million humanitarian aid to Pakistan to counter the appeal of the Taliban among the nearly two million civilians displaced by the military operations against the militants in the Swat Valley and ...
Outside support will help UPA in RS
NEW DELHI: The unconditional support by several secular parties to the United Progressive Alliance might not be required in the Lok Sabha but the offer would help the new government to avert the dangers of a narrow support base in the Rajya ...
26/11: college principal deposes
Mumbai: Leaving no stone unturned in the Mumbai terror attack case, the prosecution on Tuesday roped in an academic all the way from Hyderabad to depose before the Special Sessions Court. G. Radhakrishnan, principal of Arunodaya Degree College ...
No LTTE threat, says Navy Chief
ON BOARD INS AIRAVAT: There is no threat of infiltration or attacks against India by the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE), Navy Chief Sureesh Mehta said on Tuesday. Answering a question if the LTTE could resort to desperate ...
Rs. 500-crore aid package likely for Sri Lankan Tamils
Nuclear trade: France not to treat Pakistan on a par with India
NEW DELHI: Though Pakistan had requested cooperation in nuclear energy from France, there is no likelihood of that happening, said sources privy to the recent meeting between Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari and French President Nicolas ...
Reality check for Royals
Defending champion in a must-win battle against KKR
RCB keeps alive its chances
Kallis guides the side to its seventh win in 13 games
YSR’s second term as Chief Minister begins today
Supreme Court allows CBI plea in cheating case
New Delhi: Mere re-payment of loan under a settlement scheme cannot exempt the accused who had allegedly cheated the bank from criminal proceedings, the Supreme Court has held. A Bench of Justice Dalveer Bhandari and Justice H.S. Bedi ...
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