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NEW DELHI: Following the volcanic eruption in Iceland, west-bound flights from here continued to remain impacted on Saturday and the effects are expected to spill over to the next two days . Air India said in a statement that it had ...
17 injured in blasts outside Chinnasamy stadium
Two low-intensity IEDs go off before IPL match
Overseas passengers stranded in Mumbai
After volcanic ash grounds flights to Europe, the U.S. and Canada; 15 departures, nine arrivals cancelled
Security stepped up at Eden Gardens
Kolkata Following the blasts outside M. Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bangalore, security has been stepped up at the Ranji Stadium here, where an Indian Premier League match was scheduled for Saturday evening. The home team, Kolkata Knight ...
Koodankulam project by September
It is being implemented in phases: AEC Chairman
I-T summons to BCCI for details on IPL transactions
“Produce bidding documents of all eight franchises and details of auction of players”
C.K. Prahalad passes away
Washington DC: Coimbatore Krishnarao Prahalad, 68, Distinguished Professor in the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan, and a world authority on management thought, passed away on Friday in San Diego after a brief illness. He ...
Gujarat Governor returns compulsory voting bill
GANDHINAGAR: Gujarat Governor Kamla Beniwal has returned the compulsory voting bill passed by the Assembly during the winter session in December last year for re-consideration by the House. The Governor is believed to have raised ...
Prabakaran mother's name was on ‘Warning Circular' list
CHENNAI: The immigration authorities at the Chennai airport were surprised to see Parvathi, mother of slain LTTE leader Prabakaran, when she landed from Malaysia with a valid medical visa at the airport here on Friday night. The reason: ...
A master abstractionist
It was at a technology conference in 2004 that Carly Fiorina, then CEO of Hewlett-Packard, was delivering a keynote address. She was talking eloquently about HP's experiment at Kuppam, Andhra Pradesh, where the company was empowering villagers ...
Tharoor travails part of ‘ups and downs of politics'
NEW DELHI:The controversy surrounding Shashi Tharoor over the IPL issue may have hogged the headlines during Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's eight-day visit to the U.S. and Brazil, but Dr. Singh has refused to be drawn into a public discussion ...
As Rammohan begins probe, Naxals fire at security guards
RAIPUR: Naxals dressed in a CRPF uniform fired at the security guards of the former BSF Director-General, E.N. Rammohan, who started his probe into the April 6 massacre of 76 personnel by Maoists in Dantewada district. “As they ...
BRIC, IBSA nations not keen on Iran sanctions
India's willingness to question publicly U.S. line marks a slight shift in approach on the part of New Delhi
Salman Taseer for revival of India-Pakistan dialogue
LAHORE: The Governor of Punjab and influential Pakistan People's Party leader Salman Taseer has appealed to India to take a big-hearted approach and put the past behind by engaging in dialogue with Pakistan. Pointing out that the last ...
World takes benign view of India's rise, says Manmohan
New Delhi: Speaking to reporters at the end of an eight-day tour that saw him visit Washington and Brasilia for three major international summits, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said the current global environment favoured India but that the ...
Scientists assess GSLV failure
Bangalore: Space scientists met at the Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre (VSSC) in Thiruvananthapuram on Saturday to discuss the failure of GSLV D3, India's first launch vehicle to be powered by an indigenous cryogenic engine. Scientists have ...
Cartosat 2B leaves for Sriharikota
Ganguly stars in Knight Riders' runaway win
End of the road for Rajasthan Royals; Unadkat is Man-of-the-match for his three for 26
Do-or-die match for CSK
Kings XI aiming to sign off with a win
Two new swimming pools for public in two weeks
CHENNAI: Two swimming pools constructed at My Ladye's Garden Park behind the Lilly Pond complex, at a cost of Rs.1.39 crore, will be opened to public in two weeks. Deputy Chief Minister M.K.Stalin will inaugurate them. “The park ...
Mumbai Indians coasts to another win
Royal Challengers Bangalore fails to rise to the challenge
Increasing access to computing
Windows MultiPoint Server helps several students share a PC simultaneously
A website fuels Internet democracy debate
CHENNAI: Whistle-blowers and plain mischief-mongers, in equal measure, are divided on Wikileaks, which earlier this month published a classified U.S. military video of an Apache helicopter firing indiscriminately at civilians in Baghdad in ...
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