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Karnataka Assembly Secretary serves notice on 11 MLAs
Pranab pushes claim for Security Council seat
Quashes notion that outsourcing has affected the U.S.
Peace Nobel for Chinese activist
Chinese government terms it a ‘blasphemy'
Death stalks Dantewada
CHINTAGUPHA (CHHATTISGARH): The soldiers who inspect all that passes through the barbed wire barricades at their checkpoint here have spotted villagers bearing a tragic and unlikely burden. “Bodies,” said Chintagupha Town ...
Maoists ponder over losses
Focus now is on protecting their fighters, more offensives
Spectrum: court seeks Centre's response to CAG report
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Friday sought the Union government's response to the Comptroller and Auditor-General (CAG) report that said the 2G spectrum allocation had caused the national exchequer a loss of Rs.1,39,652 crore and a ...
Maoists kill 3 jawans; two schoolboys die in attack
RAIPUR: Two schoolboys, two civilians and three jawans of the Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) force were killed in a firefight between the ITBP and armed cadres of the Communist Party of India (Maoist) on the Maharashtra-Chhattisgarh border ...
Opposition keeps off J&K Assembly
SRINAGAR: In an unprecedented development, the Jammu and Kashmir Assembly on Friday conducted its proceedings without the Opposition for the second consecutive day. Eleven members of the Bharatiya Janata Party and three of the National ...
Court: evidence substantial, no bail to Amit Shah
AHMEDABAD: The Special CBI Court on Friday rejected the bail application of the former Gujarat Minister of State for Home, Amit Shah, holding that there was substantial evidence against him in the Sohrabuddin-Kausar Bi murder ...
Life term till death for cab driver
He raped and murdered BPO employee; no death sentence as it is not the ‘ rarest of rare' cases
Harvard recruits Indian architect
Washington: Adding to the ever-growing list of Indians appointed to influential positions in the United States, Rahul Mehrotra, an architect from Mumbai, has been recruited by Harvard University as Professor of Urban Design and ...
$1-billion innovation fund mooted for inclusive growth
SINGAPORE: A $1-billion fund to facilitate innovations for inclusive economic growth in India has been proposed. The proposal, yet to be approved by the Centre, was agreed to at a recent meeting of the National Innovation Council , ...
GASPS AND SCREAMS
When a pirate quelled mutiny
Pranab rules out cap on FDI
Centre trying to ensure growth while reducing inflationary pressure
IMF warns countries against currency wars
Nations need to work harder to build economic cooperation
COMMONWEALTH GAMES 2010
Amazing display by Alka and Anita
Wrest the 59kg and 67kg golds upsetting their Canadian opponents
Kavita claims 10,000m bronze
Country's first CWG individual track medal from a woman
Can resilient India conjure up another win?
Laxman’s fitness still a concern; Ponting’s men are capable of bouncing back
Letika Saran's appointment as DGP set aside
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