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Mubarak offer of forming new Cabinet fails to calm uprising
Spectrum delinked from licence
NEW DELHI: Scarce spectrum would not be offered free of cost and all operators would have to obtain radio waves through a market-driven process, Communications and Information Technology Minister Kapil Sibal said here on Saturday. He, however, ...
Setalvad seeks anticipatory bail
AHMEDABAD: Teesta Setalvad, general secretary of the Mumbai-based Citizens for Justice and Peace, has sought anticipatory bail from the Godhra fast track court in the Pandarwada skeleton case. The application, which was submitted on ...
CBI files FIR against 13 in Adarsh scam
Names four persons, refuses to divulge details
Indian students forced to wear radio tags
Washington: After being duped by a California-based university, scores of Indian students in the U.S. are now enduring the ignominy of wearing radio tags around their ankles so that authorities can keep track of their movements. The ...
FIR should name all those involved, says BJP leader
MUMBAI: The first information report of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) in the Adarsh Housing Cooperative Society scam should include all Ministers and officials involved in it, senior Bharatiya Janata Party leader Eknath Khadse said ...
Menon meets Obama, Donilon
Washington: National Security Adviser Shivshankar Menon met with his U.S. counterpart, Tom Donilon, and President Barack Obama joined the meeting, according to a White House statement. Describing the meetings as a “follow-up on the ...
Tags unwarranted, should be removed: MEA
NEW DELHI: The government on Saturday took exception to the use of monitors on a group of Indian students from an American university, shut down on suspicion of being a front for immigration fraud. The fixing of tags on the students is ...
U.S. MMRCA fighters “formidable best buys” for India
Ongoing tender process will help fill the dangerous hole in IAF's capabilities: CEIP report
Bryans derail ‘the Indian Express'
Paes & Bhupathi suffer their second defeat in the final at Melbourne after 1999
India-China classical music concert hosted in Singapore
SINGAPORE: An unusual concert of Indian and Chinese classical music was held in Singapore on Friday night, reverberating to the city-state's reputation as a host to diverse cultures. Starring with India's U. Srinivas with his mandolin ...
37 Indian fishermen released
Vadodara: The Pakistan Marine Security Agency (PMSA) has released all the 37 Indian fishermen, along with four seized boats, and sent them back to the Okha port in Gujarat. Released in two batches, the fishermen arrived at the port late ...
End family rule at Centre and in State: Gadkari
Chennai: Bharatiya Janata Party president Nitin Gadkari on Saturday called for the end of what he described as one-family rule both at the Centre and in Tamil Nadu. Mr. Gadkari dubbed the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) rule at the Centre a ...
Yeddyurappa will quit if found guilty, says Rajnath
Kozhikode: The former president of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Rajnath Singh, has said that Karnataka Chief Minister B.S. Yeddyurappa will be asked to resign if a prima facie case of corruption is found in the inquiries that have been ...
Panel to work out modalities for science city
CHENNAI: A high-powered committee would soon be formed to work out the modalities of setting up a mega science city complex in Chennai. The facility would be modelled after Tokyo Science City, Higher Education Secretary K.Ganesan ...
Herd of elephants camps at banana farm in Coimbatore
Human movement delays its return to the forest
Authentic critique of freedom struggle
‘Civil Disobedience: Two Freedom Struggles, One Life,' by L. C. Jain launched
Open alternative to Facebook
Its ‘decentralised' architecture liberates you from servers that store your data
A software to scout for online responses
Companies have started tapping ‘perception monitoring'
Military bands present a spectacular show
NEW DELHI: The festivities associated with the annual Republic Day celebration came to an end on Saturday evening, with the military bands presenting the spectacular ‘Beating Retreat' ceremony at the Vijay Chowk in the majestic ...
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