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India’s first moon mission cut short; a lot of data gained
‘Mission definitely over’
Bangalore: “The mission is definitely over. We have lost contact with the spacecraft,” Mayilsamy Annadurai, Project Director of the Chandrayaan-1, told PTI. He said the mission had almost completed its scientific ...
No succession plan as yet in the BJP
Advani to quit as Opposition leader sooner rather than later
26/11: Pakistan court again puts off proceedings
ISLAMABAD: An anti-terror court on Saturday once again put off proceedings against five suspects in Pakistani custody for their alleged involvement in the Mumbai attacks without framing charges against them. Judge Baqir Ali Rana of ...
Mangala oil field marks ‘beginning of a new era’: Manmohan Singh
Dedicates joint venture by Cairn Energy and ONGC to the nation
Two ULFA militants shot dead in Kamrup
RANGIYA (ASSAM): Two hardcore ULFA men were shot dead on Saturday in an encounter between the militants and a joint team of police and Army in Assam’s Kamrup district. Police said the joint team raided Naguparahills village on ...
AI may get additional equity infusion, soft loan
NEW DELHI: The government is learnt to have decided to infuse additional equity in Air India and also extend a soft loan to the cash-strapped national carrier to enable it to tide over the current financial crisis. A high-level ...
NSA: India doesn’t need another nuclear test
Says claims about ‘fizzle’ will increase international pressure on CTBT
Cash-for-vote sting not stage-managed: Kulkarni
New Delhi: In the wake of the accusation that senior BJP leader L.K. Advani and his aide Sudheendra Kulkarni were involved in the cash-for-vote sting operation, the latter on Saturday clarified that it was not ...
Deconstructing ‘Internet addiction’
“There will be a big problem if people replace real world with Internet”
Taking API revolution forward
BANGALORE: Sharing has never been this easy. Today your Internet surfing patterns are linked to your social networking profiles, and your social media applications are very much part of your online avatar. So when did blogs and social ...
Soothsayers arrested for poisoning children after predicting their death
Six otherwise healthy children died in Palaya Udayampatti since January 2008
Pay hike for teachers of government colleges
CHENNAI: The State government on Saturday announced hike in pay for teachers of universities, government colleges and government-aided colleges. The move will benefit 20,000 teachers and entail additional expenditure of Rs.557.49 crore ...
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