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Cables reveal extent of U.S. interference, says CPI(M)
NEW DELHI: The Communist Party of India (Marxist) on Saturday said the cables from the U.S. embassy in India released by the WikiLeaks provide a revealing picture of India-U.S. relations and the extent of American interference in India's ...
Regupathi: I am not scared
CHENNAI: The former Madras High Court judge, R. Regupathi, on Saturday said he was neither scared nor confused in the context of media reports on his letter to the then Chief Justice of the court on an advocate's alleged attempt to influence ...
Arun Shourie: backdated probe shouldn't be used to delay investigation against Raja
Chennai: While there is nothing wrong in investigating 2G spectrum allocation from 2001 onwards, this exercise should not be used to delay the ongoing probe into the affairs of the former Union Communications Minister, A. Raja, according to ...
Gulf-bound passenger detained
Mumbai: The Mumbai police on Saturday detained one person at Chhatrapati Shivaji International airport after an anonymous caller alerted them about his alleged involvement in Varanasi blast. It could not be ascertained if the arrested person ...
Rahul alone should clarify: Venkaiah
Says “irresponsible” statement could weaken India's fight against terror
Russia looking to set up more nuclear plants
NEW DELHI: Russia, during the upcoming visit of President Medvedev, will also be looking for big business in the civil nuclear field, though there is trepidation over the impact of the Civil Nuclear Liability Act. Speaking journalists on ...
Cable faults probe methods
NEW DELHI: A U.S. cable disclosed by WikiLeaks said due to the weakness of the Indian forensic system, “terrorism investigations and court cases tend to rely upon confessions, many of which are obtained under duress if not beatings, ...
LibreOffice final version to be ready soon for download
Release Candidate of version 3.3 is on offer
In Coimbatore, new technology on trial to curb traffic violations
COIMBATORE: Coimbatore recently joined a band of Indian cities that use technology to reduce traffic violations and step up surveillance. Besides the cameras, optic fibre cables and hand-held devices, video analytics is sought to be used to ...
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