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Obama suffers setback as Republicans wrest House
G.O.P. increases strength in Senate too riding a wave of voter discontent

Nikki Haley elected Governor
Washington: Having gone from state legislature to Governor of South Carolina in a span of just six years, Nikki Randhawa Haley is being hailed as a rising star on the American political horizon. Daughter of Punjabi Sikh immigrants from ...

Obama takes responsibility
Washington: U.S. President Barack Obama on Tuesday took direct responsibility for the slow pace of economic recovery over which American voters were frustrated and handed out a stunning defeat for the Democrats in the mid-term ...

Ajmer Dargah blast bomb-maker held
JAIPUR: The Rajasthan Anti-Terror Squad has arrested the bomb-maker in the Ajmer Dargah blast case. He happens to be a main accused in the Vadodara Best Bakery carnage also. Harshad Bhai Solanki alias Munna alias Raj, belonging to the ...

Miscreants snatch arms from jawans
GUWAHATI: Miscreants snatched two AK-47 assault rifles and a carbine from a patrolling party of 19 India Reserve Battalion (IRBn) in the Rajgarh market area under the Tingkhong police station in upper Assam's Dibrugarh district on Wednesday ...

Policy of Chief Justice from outside State to continue
Review put on hold; Centre against selective changes in transfer policy; Kalifulla expected to take over as J&K Chief Justice

CWG: Gadkari points the finger at PMO

Adarsh case to be referred to Environment Ministry
Housing society claims it has all the “valid clearances”

Adarsh may add to Opposition ammunition in House
NEW DELHI: With the Opposition parties on the Right and Left of the political spectrum gearing themselves up to put the government on the mat on several issues of corruption — the latest being the Adarsh Housing Society scam in Mumbai ...

At last, nun deposes before court
She identifies four accused among 10 arrested in rape case

Deadline for re-verification of mobile phone subscribers extended
NEW DELHI: The Department of Telecommunications (DoT) on Wednesday extended till December 31, 2010 the deadline for the mobile phone operators to complete the re-verification of their subscribers. “The service providers approached ...

Mulayam revokes Azam Khan's expulsion
But Rampur MLA is in no hurry to return to the party

Cordial relations between union and management the key to success
Defining theme of The Hindu Employees' Union function

Ivanov to head India-Russia panel
Significant for defence sectors

Obama visit: IT industry optimistic

India will start as firm favourite
The Test holds interesting possibilities if Kiwis can combine as a unit

Kamala Harris wins California poll
Washington: Indian-American Kamala Harris on Wednesday won the election for Attorney-General of California. Ms. Harris will be the first woman to hold the office. Daughter of an Indian mother and African-American father, Ms. Harris is ...

Harry Potter adds to owls' woes
New Delhi: Indian Environment Minister Jairam Ramesh has blamed fans of Harry Potter for contributing to the decline of wild owls in the country as children seek to emulate the boy wizard by taking the birds as pets. The books and films ...

Octopus Paul II

Two arrested for abducting boy
CHENNAI: Two men who allegedly kidnapped R. Keerthivasan, 13, of Anna Nagar while he was returning home from school on Monday and released him after taking Rs.98.73 lakh in ransom were nabbed by the police on Wednesday. The ransom money was ...

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