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“No difference in negotiating positions”
Manmohan-Wen Jiabao meeting ‘very important’
BEIJING: China on Wednesday confirmed that Premier Wen Jiabao will hold meetings with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in Thailand this week when the two leaders attend the ASEAN summit. Chinese Assistant Foreign Minister Hu Zhengyue said ...
Government gas pricing policy must prevail over private MoU: Salve
Justice Raveendran suggests that RIL and RNRL go for arbitration or mediation
22 killed in train smash near Mathura
Mewar Express bears the brunt, Goa Express drivers suspended
26/11: Pakistan judge, counsel at loggerheads
ISLAMABAD: Hopes that the trial of seven suspects arrested by Pakistani authorities in the Mumbai attacks case would begin soon have receded, with the judge and defence counsel at loggerheads and both appealing that the case be transferred to ...
No stay of dam survey for now
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Wednesday declined to entertain an application by Tamil Nadu challenging the permission granted by the Central government to Kerala to conduct a survey and investigation in the Periyar Tiger Reserve area for the ...
DMK plans protest meeting
CHENNAI: The ruling Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) will hold a “massive public meeting” in Madurai on November 1 to condemn the manner in which a Union Minister of State [Jairam Ramesh] conducted himself on the Mullaperiyar dam ...
Trinidad could be dangerous
Cobras will hope for an improved performance
Three injured as CRPF personnel open fire
GUWAHATI: A girl and two youths were injured when CRPF personnel opened fire at a vehicle of alleged kidnappers near Sonapur on the city outskirts on Wednesday. The police said they were acting on an alert to stop the vehicle. All ...
Barcelona and Liverpool suffer defeats
Inter held 2-2 by Kiev; Arsenal draws at Alkmaar as no home team manages a win
Multi-level parking project delayed
CHENNAI: The Chennai Corporation has for the third time invited bids for the construction and operation of a multi-level parking facility for cars and two wheelers at the Broadway bus station. The project, which has been in the offing ...
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