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PowerPoint presentation spells out modus operandi of terrorists
7 killed, 55 injured in two Assam bomb blasts
Police suspect that it is the handiwork of ULFA
RIL bids for world’s third largest chemical firm
MUMBAI: Reliance Industries Ltd (RIL) has confirmed its interest in bidding for the U.S.-based company LyondellBasell, the third largest independent chemical company in the world. If it succeeds, this will be the largest ever global ...
TNEB limited registration today
India linking climate change commitments to energy security
Washington: With Indian negotiators working overtime with their American counterparts to have an agreement on arrangements for fuel reprocessing, ready for signing by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and U.S. President Barack Obama on Tuesday, ...
Karat opposes strategic ties with U.S.
NEW DELHI: The Communist Party of India (Marxist) on Sunday warned the United Progressive Alliance government against allying with the U.S.-led NATO forces in Afghanistan and promised to launch joint struggles with its counterparts in the ...
BJP not against minorities: Advani
NEW DELHI: Leader of the Opposition in the Lok Sabha L.K. Advani on Sunday said that the notion that the BJP was anti-minorities and anti-Christian was a “motivated propaganda.” Participating in a function to mark the ...
MUMBAI TERROR: ONE YEAR AFTER
Proceedings still in pre-trial stage in Pakistan
Framing of charges against seven suspects still awaited
Champions Challenge: confident Indian team leaves for Argentina
Chief Coach Jose Brasa rubbishes reports of ‘revolt’ in the side as lies
A sporting wicket needed at Green Park
It would not suit India’s interest to leave everything to the last Test
Pankaj Advani knocked out by Brabin
Meenal Thakur and Chitra Magimairaj fail to get going
Bag carrying jewellery stolen at bus terminus
This is the second bag-lifting case in the last four days at Koyambedu terminus
Taslima hopeful of returning to Kolkata
KOLKATA: Controversial Bangladeshi writer Taslima Nasreen has said from Paris that although she cannot see herself return to her homeland in the near future, she is still hopeful of returning to Kolkata – her “second ...
Ponmudy, coordinator in dam case
CHENNAI: Higher Education Minister K. Ponmudy has been given the responsibility of coordinating with legal experts, senior advocates and others on behalf of the State government in the Mullaperiyar dam case, which has been referred to a ...
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