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She exhorts people to act in “unison” to achieve genuine democracy
‘Lobby working against me': Raja
‘It's institutional aberration that needs intervention'
A. Raja, Minister for Communications and Information Technology, speaks out
After Obama visit, India set to play ball with U.S. rivals
‘Wuhan trilateral allows us to do a bit of a repositioning exercise'
Congress offered to drop cases in return for tie-up in 2004: Mayawati
BJP filed “false cases” against me in Taj Heritage Corridor scam
Hillary: Pakistan used terror outfits against India
WASHINGTON: Pakistan has used terror outfits as a hedge against India, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has said, but she implied that things might not have changed completely. In an honest assessment of the situation in the ...
India welcomes Suu Kyi's release
Krishna hopes this will be the beginning of reconciliation in Myanmar
CPI(M) wants Raja dropped
NEW DELHI: The Communist Party of India (Marxist) on Saturday demanded that Prime Minister Manmohan Singh immediately drop Communications Minister A. Raja, in the light of “increasing evidence” against him in the 2G spectrum ...
Adarsh scam: Complaint filed against Sushilkumar Shinde
MUMBAI: After Ashok Chavan, it's now the turn of the former Chief Minister, Sushilkumar Shinde, to face trouble for “favours” to the Adarsh Society during his tenure from January 18, 2003 to October 31, 2004, according to a ...
Raja ignored my advice for auctioning spectrum: former Telecom Secretary
Sehwag, Gambhir put India on track
The host ends day two on 178 for two; Kiwis bowled out for 350
Mathur part of all decisions: Raja
CHENNAI: The former Telecom Secretary, D.S. Mathur, was part of all decisions on the 2G spectrum allocation, Union Telecom Minister A. Raja said on Saturday. “Mathur was part and parcel of all discussions and decisions. The note ...
New format for Board exams
The School Education Department has prepared the blueprint
Pakistan used terror outfits against India: Hillary
WASHINGTON: Pakistan has used terror outfits as a hedge against India, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said over the weekend, but she implied that things might not have changed completely. In an honest assessment of the situation ...
Qinan pushes Narang to second spot
Bindra fumbles, India misses team gold by one point
Indian eves dispatch Malaysia
Too easy for Koreans; Japan unconvincing in 4-1 win
Indian badminton teams lose; mixed luck for paddlers
GUANGZHOU: The Indian men's and women's badminton teams lost in the first round of the Asian Games here on Saturday. The women, spearheaded by Saina Nehwal who won her match, went down 2-3 to Indonesia while the men lost 1-3 to Chinese ...
Khaleda Zia vacates house after losing legal battle
DHAKA: The former Premier and opposition Bangladesh Nationalist Party chief, Khaleda Zia, on Saturday vacated her residence in the Dhaka Cantonment from where she led her party for over two decades. The Inter Services Public Relations ...
IPv6 task force units will be in place soon
Road map requires Internet Service Providers to get ready by December 2011
Social networking made easy
Poken accommodates growing contact details of people
“They dumped my school material and I was not able to attend exam”
Mumbai: Instead of a textbook, they hold a mop, when they should be working their pencils, they are busy rolling out beedis, and their shoulders meant for satchels are busy carrying the burden of bringing home the bacon. This becomes the lot ...
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