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But he will continue as Chief Minister: CPI(M)
Stage set for fresh engagement with Pakistan
Six killed as under-construction bridge collapses in Delhi
Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit orders probe into incident
E. Sreedharan’s resignation not accepted
NEW DELHI: E. Sreedharan, Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) chief who tendered his resignation owning moral responsibility for the accident on the Central Secretariat-Badarpur line on Sunday, said his decision might perhaps cause a setback ...
Jyoti Basu hospitalised, condition stable
KOLKATA: Veteran leader of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) and former West Bengal Chief Minister Jyoti Basu was admitted to a city hospital here on Sunday after he lost consciousness for a while at his Salt Lake residence. ...
Pakistan, terrorism top Manmohan’s agenda
Indo-French pact has been tabled before French Senate
Baglihar power project on terror radar
This was revealed by the two Lashkar-e-Taiba militants arrested on Saturday in Kupwara
Gilani seeks all-party support
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Prime Minister Yusuf Raza Gilani has sought support from all political parties in the country ahead of his meeting with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh at Sharm-al-Shaikh, Egypt, later this week. Mr. Gilani called ...
Botched forensics undermined Shopian probe
Ill-trained and under-equipped doctors were conducting the autopsy when they came under a mob attack
Changes in Sri Lanka armed forces brass, Fonseka Chief of Defence Staff
Clear message that institutions and individuals have to function within the Constitution
Maratha Light Infantry set to thrill French public
Manmohan Singh will be the chief guest at the National Day celebrations on July 14
Maoists kill 30 police personnel in Chhattisgarh
Raipur: Thirty police personnel, including a Superintendent of Police, were killed on Sunday in three attacks by Maoists in Rajnandgaon, Chhattisgarh. Rajnandgaon SP Vinod Kumar Choubey was killed when he was leading forces for ...
Gujarat hooch tragedy: four cops suspended
AHMEDABAD/ANAND: Four policemen from Mahemdabad in Kheda district, from where the spurious brew was brought to Ahmedabad, were suspended on Sunday, the police said. Sub-inspectors B.R. Chauhan, B.R. Patni, assistant S.I. Jetha Chauhan ...
Manmohan has changed millions of lives: Time
New York: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s speeches may not be winning him followers, but his works do, and his actions have “changed tens of millions of lives for the better,” according to Time . ...
Increase in Three Gorges Project’s power output
YICHANG: The China Three Gorges Project Corporation (CTGPC) has confirmed that, despite a decrease in water inflow, it generated nearly five billion kilowatt/hour of electricity more in January-June period of this year than in the first half ...
Anderson and Panesar thwart Australia’s push for victory
Collingwood comes up with a determined innings
Webber clinches his maiden race win
Leads Red Bull to a 1-2 finish, with Sebastian Vettel finishing second
Nepal’s leaders unite on field
Play a football match to help a volleyball player who needs kidney transplant
‘Soleckshaw,’ a boon for rickshaw-pullers
Kolkata: Weary rickshaw-pullers will no longer have to toil to pedal the vehicle as scientists of the CSIR’s Central Mechanical Engineering Research Institute (CMERI) have developed a solar electric rickshaw. The ...
Women to join BSF combat duties by July-end
NEW DELHI: The first women battalion of about 1,000 personnel of the Border Security Force (BSF) will be inducted for combat duties by this month-end. The women, who are now undergoing training at the BSF establishment in Khatka, ...
Corporation to demerge three schools
CHENNAI: The Chennai Corporation has decided to demerge three schools in the city that were merged last month. The civic body merged 30 schools in June owing to lack of patronage. Schools in Jafferkhanpet of Zone 9, Gopalapuram of Zone ...
Durai Murugan divested of PWD portfolio
CHENNAI: Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi on Sunday took over the Public Works portfolio from Durai Murugan. A Raj Bhavan press release said the Governor had re-allocated the subjects Public Works, Irrigation, including Minor Irrigation, ...
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