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Global tender for supply of CR Coil
Global Tender for Stepless Capacity Control System of DDC1B Compressor
Two-state solution advocated to end Israel-Palestine conflict
President unveils pro-poor agenda
BPL families to get 25 kg of rice or wheat a month at Rs. 3 a kg
Government promises action on black money
New Delhi: Indirectly acknowledging Leader of the Opposition L.K. Advani’s major plank — black money, supposedly stashed away in Swiss banks — in the election campaign, President Pratibha Patil said: “My government is ...
Financial sector reforms on agenda
Steps to combat the slowdown by enhancing public investment in infrastructure
Focus on exports, housing, energy security in work plan
India wants U.S. to pull out travel advisory
NEW DELHI: India on Thursday said it would persuade the United States to withdraw its travel advisory, which claimed that India faced a “high threat” from terrorism and asked its citizens to be vigilant. “I don’t think ...
Pakistan may appeal against Saeed’s release
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has told India that it is assessing the Hafiz Saeed case with a view to filing an appeal against the Jamat-ud-Dawa leader’s release earlier this week. Foreign Secretary Salman Bashir conveyed this to Indian High ...
Suspected key Lashkar operative held
NEW DELHI: Mohammad Omar Madini, a suspected key Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) functionary operating from India and Nepal for the past several years, was arrested by the Special Cell of the Delhi police from near Qutb Minar in South Delhi on Thursday. ...
Security forces kill two militants in Manipur
IMPHAL: Two militants were gunned down by the police and Assam Rifles troopers in two separate incidents in Manipur early on Thursday. The Assam Rifles troopers surprised some militants at Nambisha in Ukhrul district bordering Myanmar. ...
3 Indian immigrants jailed
They created fake documents and sold them to illegal immigrants
New South Wales to meet Indian leaders
Melbourne: Amid growing attacks on Indian students in Australia, the New South Wales government has announced that it would meet leaders from the community on Friday to discuss the issue of safety. NSW Premier Nathan Rees said that he ...
Varsity staff ridiculed him
Melbourne: A former Melbourne University student from India has alleged that he was verbally abused by officials when he demanded basic amenities. Richard Harvey (38), who was studying at the Meridian International School ...
Double-decker AC coaches soon
NEW DELHI: In a major decision aimed at upgrading railway facilities, Railway Minister Mamata Banerjee has ordered designing, developing and manufacturing of AC double-decker coaches. Ms. Banerjee said both national and regional cuisine ...
Assam militants held in Bangalore
Bangalore: The Assam police have busted the hideout here of a militant group Dima Halam Daogah, popularly known as DHD (J), and arrested its ‘Commander-in-Chief’ Jewel Garlossa (36) and his two accomplices. Based on specific ...
Global food supply improving, says FAO
“International prices of most agricultural commodities have fallen in 2009”
One more swine flu case in Hyderabad
HYDERABAD: The number of persons who have tested positive for influenza A (H1N1) flu virus rose to three in Hyderabad and five in the country on Thursday. A 28-year-old software professional, who returned here after a month’s stay in ...
Indian art works on the block at Sotheby’s
London: A fine assortment of works by leading modern and contemporary Indian artists as well as rare Indian miniatures will go under the hammer at Sotheby’s annual sale of Indian art here on June 16. The 86 lots are expected to ...
Generous payout by U.S. for the displaced earns Holbrooke no friends in Pakistan
ISLAMABAD: U.S. Special Envoy Richard Holbrooke may have announced generous sums of money to help Pakistan deal with the humanitarian crisis of people displaced by the fighting in Swat, but that has not melted the butter in Pakistani mouths. ...
Brown fighting for political survival
LONDON: As Britons on Thursday cast their votes for elections to the European Parliament and local bodies, Prime Minister Gordon Brown was struggling to save his political career after one more high-profile Cabinet Minister — the ...
Safina to meet Kuznetsova in final
Upset win puts Paes and Dlouhy in summit clash
England meets the Netherlands in the opener
State seeks higher share of Central taxes
One dead in fire at railway parking lot
CHENNAI: A woman who was managing a nearby shop was killed in a major fire that broke out in a two-wheeler parking lot run by a contractor near the Vepampattu railway station, about 35 km from here, on Thursday. Hundreds of bicycles and ...
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