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NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Friday urged the international community to stay the course in Afghanistan and called upon the West to introduce a more open and friendly visa regime to enable greater people-to-people ...
Yeddyurappa will stay, Shobha may be dropped
Deal reached, Speaker to join Cabinet?
Manmohan clears elevation of 4 judges
New Delhi: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has cleared the elevation of the Chief Justices of four High Courts for appointment as judges of the Supreme Court. They are Justices Ananga Kumar Patnaik (Madhya Pradesh), Tirath Singh Thakur ...
Congress, NCP stake claim
Ashok Chavan to be sworn in as Chief Minister of Maharashtra today
State seeks higher PDS rice quota
Pakistan link to plot to attack NDC: Chidambaram
HYDERABAD: Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram on Friday said there was a Pakistan link to the terror plot to attack National Defence College (NDC) in New Delhi, which became known after the Federal Bureau of Investigation arrested Pakistan ...
2 killed as gunman goes berserk in Orlando
13 dead in Thursday’s Texas shooting
IBM announces analytics centre for Bangalore
The centre will provide support to clients anywhere in the world
Sir Arthur Cotton’s grandson to visit India
HYDERABAD: Robert Charles Cotton, grandson of Sir Arthur Cotton, is visiting Andhra Pradesh for 11 days from November 25. Sir Cotton is remembered by the people in the Godavari delta in Andhra Pradesh and in parts of Tamil Nadu and ...
End bull-killing ritual, Maneka urges Pretoria
Johannesburg: On behalf of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals Asia, Animal rights activist Maneka Gandhi appealed to South African President Jacob Zuma for an end to the centuries-old cultural rite in which a bull is killed ...
Kannur students win top honours in The Hindu Young World Quiz
Local favourites lose steam after promising start
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