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Seven-member Board of Governors formed
Theme song launched for world classical Tamil meet
It encapsulates the contributions of Tamil culture and literature down the ages
I initially wondered how I was going to do it: A.R. Rahman
“We have kept the instruments to a minimum so that the words are clear”
Modi submits reply to show-cause notice
Mumbai: Lalit Modi's legal counsel Mehmood M. Abdi on Saturday submitted a 159-page reply to the show-cause notice served on the suspended IPL chairman by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on April 26. Mr. Modi spoke to BCCI ...
Shekhawat passes away aged 86
He often set the political agenda in Rajasthan for half a century
End of an era in Indian politics
JAIPUR: An era has ended in the politics of northern India with the passing away of the former Vice President, Bhairon Singh Shekhawat here on Saturday morning at the age of 86. Mr. Shekhawat, who strode the Rajasthan politics like a ...
100 injured in police action at Posco-India project site
Villagers on dharna at Balitutha teargassed, lathicharged
Left parties condemn use of force
NEW DELHI: The Left parties have condemned the firing and use of force by the police against those protesting land acquisition for the Posco project in Orissa. In a joint statement, the parties said 40 platoons of armed forces were ...
BJP squabbling holds Jharkhand decision hostage
During the long dialogue, JMM kept changing its “offer”
‘No move on minority reservation'
Logistical problems in implementing uniform reservation policy: Salman Khurshid
An economist with human welfare at heart
The year 2010 marks the birth centenary of the late Dr. B. Natarajan, an applied economist of rare distinction, whose economic predictions as well as policy prescriptions have greatly benefited the country, particularly Tamil Nadu. A socialist ...
Police made me sign at gunpoint, says slain tribal's nephew
BHUBANESWAR: A tribal youth, from Chandia in Orissa's Kalinganagar industrial area, on Saturday alleged that the police had assaulted him and obtained his signature at gunpoint on a plain paper, following the killing of his uncle in the May 12 ...
Atlantis lifts off into history
Begins its last mission to the International Space Station
Schoolgirl sails solo around the world
SYDNEY: Australian schoolgirl sailor Jessica Watson sailed into history on Saturday, becoming the youngest person to circumnavigate the globe solo, non-stop and without help. Ms. Watson (16) crossed the finish line at the entrance to ...
Mind your road rules, e-challans come chasing
Hyderabad experiment has become a role model for police in other cities
Tamil Nadu frames separate e-waste policy
Rifts remain in quake-hit Sichuan
Two years on, allegations of local-level corruption taint the successful reconstruction effort
Thai authorities vow to end protest
17 killed, 140 injured in two days of clashes
Indians see China as a land of economic opportunities: survey
But majority of Chinese look at India either as threat or as a far less developed nation
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