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Experts to discuss Indian concerns about Chinese water projects
World big enough for India and China, says Wen Jiabao
Hua Hin, Thailand: India and China on Friday confounded the dire predictions being made of renewed rivalry and distrust by reaffirming their intention to work closely together on a wide range of issues and to not let differences over the border ...
No Asia without us, India reminds Asean, Japan
Manmohan and Hatoyama discuss East Asia Summit process and importance of evolving a transparent regional economic arrangement
Chavan, Hooda retained as Chief Ministers
NEW DELHI: Shortly past midnight on Saturday night, the Congress announced that incumbents Bhupinder Singh Hooda and Ashok Chavan would continue as Chief Ministers of Haryana and Maharashtra. The announcement came after a series of ...
“We’ll teach Maoists a lesson”
NEW DELHI / KOLKATA: West Bengal Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee emphasised on Saturday that his government would teach the Maoists “a lesson” and rejected a charge that the State had turned soft in releasing tribal people ...
Raja: spectrum allotments as per TRAI decision
UDHAGAMANDALAM: Union Communications Minister A. Raja said on Saturday the spectrum allotments were made as per the decision of the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India and in consultation with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. “The ...
Four-stage auction for 3G spectrum
NEW DELHI: The Department of Telecom has said 3G spectrum will be auctioned in four stages: invitation stage, pre-qualification, auction and grant of spectrum. It will hold a pre-bid conference on November 16. A mock auction will be conducted ...
‘By 2015 India will be ready for manned moon mission’
Guruvayur: K. Radhakrishnan, who has been appointed Chairman of the Indian Space Research Organisation, said on Saturday that by 2015 India would be ready for a manned moon mission. Work on Chandrayaan-II was progressing. Efforts would ...
President’s assent for House dissolution
NEW DELHI: President Pratibha Patil on Saturday approved the dissolution of the Jharkhand Assembly with effect from November 1. The Cabinet on Thursday approved the dissolution of the 81-member House, clearing the decks for holding ...
CJI moots all-India judicial service
It will be on the lines of Central civil services and form a cadre of judicial officers
Pakistan tells India: stop propaganda
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Saturday hit out at India for expressing what it called “self-serving” concern about the safety of its nuclear weapons. Responding to comments made by Indian Foreign Secretary Nirupama Rao about the ...
Challenge and opportunity for Congress-NCP
MUMBAI: After its poor showing in the Lok Sabha elections earlier this year, the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) did some smart regrouping in the Assembly polls. The party, which lost three seats in its bastion of Western Maharashtra ...
Pakistan Army captures key town
Hometown of Pakistani Taliban chief Hakimullah Mehsud
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An easy campaign through mobile marketing
CHENNAI: Technology plays an important role in promoting a brand or product these days. A new mobile marketing solution, from Impiger Technologies’s “EasyCampaign,” enables businesses to send offers and promotions over voice ...
Maruti Suzuki second quarter profit zooms
To invest Rs. 150 crore to raise capacity at Gurgaon
Australia starts with an advantage
CRICKET / Gambhir’s mixed returns in the last 10 games a source of worry
Thangkabalu downplays import of DMK rally plan
CHENNAI: Tamil Nadu Congress Committee president K.V. Thangkabalu on Saturday sought to play down the significance of the protest meeting proposed to be organised by the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam against Union Minister Jairam Ramesh on the ...
4 students of medical college held for ragging
Coimbatore: The city police on Friday night arrested and remanded to custody four students of the Coimbatore Medical College on charges of ragging and causing injuries to 14 junior students. ...
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