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Collector stands by report on encroachment
New Delhi: Notwithstanding the denial by Karnataka Chief Justice P.D. Dinakaran, the Collector of Tiruvallur in Tamil Nadu has reiterated his finding that the judge is in possession of a total of 199.53 acres of government land which he ...
Cyclone Phyan kills four in Maharashtra
Mumbai: Cyclone Phyan, which passed along the Mumbai and Konkan coasts, claimed four lives on Wednesday and caused massive damage to property in the coastal districts of Ratnagiri, Raigad, Sindhudurg, Thane and Palghar in ...
David Headley ‘sleeper cells’ in some States
New Delhi: In the backdrop of American terror suspect David Headley’s visits to India, the Union government on Wednesday warned Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, Uttarakhand and Maharashtra against terror attacks, particularly on military ...
AI posts Rs. 5,548.26-crore loss
CHENNAI: The Air India Board has approved the annual accounts for 2008-09, which showed a post-tax loss of Rs.5,548.26 crore. An official release said the accounts were considered by the Board here on Wednesday in the background of the ...
Shift in balance of power at grass roots in West Bengal
The ferocity and frequency of this jostling for political space have increased since the Trinamool’s rise
FBI gets two more months to file Headley indictment
WASHINGTON: Heeding the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s call to grant it some more time to probe a failed Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) terror plot in India, a U.S. court has given it another two months to file indictment against David Coleman ...
Rajiv Shah nominated to head USAID
Washington: U.S. President Barack Obama has nominated Indian-American Rajiv Shah to head the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID). The post of Administrator of the federal agency responsible for all non-military aid by the ...
Reality different from rhetoric on ties with China, says N. Ram
CHENNAI: The big picture on India-China relations is much brighter than the perceived tension in bilateral ties being orchestrated by a section of the media, analysts and former Defence officials, N. Ram, Editor-in-Chief of The ...
Scale of damage in Nilgiris huge, relief work apace
Udhagamandalam: Many parts of the Nilgiris continued to remain cut off on Wednesday due to landslips, although the rain has subsided and people have begun venturing out for essential items and supplies. Southern Railway has suspended train ...
Survey of 422 slums in city planned
CHENNAI: The Chennai Corporation will soon commission a study on the household and livelihood profile of 422 slums across the city. While it is to effectively implement the schemes funded under the Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal ...
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