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Father, son transferred money for activation of VOIP service
Resettle war-displaced Tamils by January 31: Rajapaksa
Curbs on movement of camp inmates to go from December 1
Mullaperiyar dam safe: Tamil Nadu
High priority to relations with U.S., says Manmohan
NEW DELHI: Prior to his departure for the first state visit under the Obama Administration, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Saturday said India attached high priority to its relations with the U.S. In a statement, Dr. Singh said India ...
Constitution Bench formed to hear State suit
Ansari asks India, China to be mutually sensitive
Parallelism in views expressed by both countries on several issues on world security
“Make attacks on journalists a non-bailable offence”
Mumbai: Following the attacks on IBN offices by the Shiv Sena, a delegation led by Rajdeep Sardesai, Editor-in-Chief of CNN-IBN; Nikhil Wagle, Editor of IBN-Lokmat; and Vijay Darda, Lokmat group Chairman, met Maharashtra Chief Minister Ashok ...
Boost to intelligence sharing, countering terror likely during Manmohan’s U.S. visit
Agreement likely on arrangements relating to the reprocessing of spent nuclear fuel
Brescia arrest driven by fears on terror infrastructure
NEW DELHI: For the best part of a year, Italian investigators watched patiently over a nondescript business in Brescia, hoping that two men who played a critical role in guiding the terrorists to their targets in Mumbai last November would one ...
MUMBAI TERROR: ONE YEAR AFTER
The Cafe moves on
Mumbai: Any given day, there could be a hundred curious feet stopping by Leopold Café on the Colaba Causeway in south Mumbai. In a year’s time since 26/11, thousands of eager fingers must have pointed to the cracks and bullet holes ...
Saudi envoy walks out over Jethmalani’s remarks
New Delhi: The former Union Law Minister and senior lawyer, Ram Jethmalani, caused a flutter at an international conference on terrorism here on Saturday by alleging that Wahabism was responsible for terrorism, provoking a walkout by Saudi ...
Geet Sethi scripts a great escape
Burden stuns former champion Misfud; Girish shocks Mohd. Shehab
Appalling lack of consistency in Indian bowling
Zaheer Khan was the best Indian bowler on view
Chinese monopoly in singles
LUCKNOW: On Saturday afternoon, former World and Olympic champion Kong Linghui pointed at the pre-quarterfinal results of the men’s singles and said, “the gulf between the Chinese and the rest of the players in the continent is ...
Internet registry becoming a reality
It will help to reduce cost, benefiting smaller customers
“Footpaths make all the difference”
CHENNAI: If today’s cities are a battleground between cars and people, then Enrique Penalosa is firmly on the side of those who prefer walking to wheels. “The single biggest difference between the infrastructure of an ...
Data Liberation — Life in the Cloud
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