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Chief Minister has massive majority. We are friends: Bhardwaj
Chandy sworn in as Kerala Chief Minister
Six leaders of UDF constituents take the oath
Theni to house neutrino observatory
Four Navy men killed as docking gate collapses
VISAKHAPATNAM: Four Naval personnel, including two officers, were killed when the docking gate collapsed in the ship-building centre inside the Naval Dockyard here on Wednesday morning. The docking gates are meant to intake sea water ...
It was a ‘genuine mistake:' Chidambaram
An oversight by Mumbai Police and a lapse on the part of the Intelligence Bureau
Gogoi sworn in
GUWAHATI: Tarun Gogoi was sworn in Assam Chief Minister for the third consecutive term on Wednesday. Governor Janaki Ballav Patnaik administered him the oath of office and secrecy at a brief function held at the Raj Bhavan here. Union ...
Killings, arms recovery raise questions about law & order
KOLKATA: Less than a week after the West Bengal Assembly election results were declared, the killing of six persons in incidents of post-poll violence and the regularity with which illegal firearms are being recovered from certain parts of the ...
Dawood Ibrahim's brother was not the target
Mumbai: Mumbai Police are now looking for at least one person who hired and provided weapons to two shooters who allegedly shot and killed Iqbal Kaskar's (wanted fugitive Dawood Ibrahim's brother) driver Arif Sayyed (44) on Tuesday night on ...
Rahul demands probe into Bhatta-Parsaul violence
“Poor farmers could not fathom why they were beaten up, their houses set afire”
Now, resentment brewing in Bhavnagar
AHMEDABAD: As the Gujarat unit of the “India Against Corruption” movement is preparing for the coming visit to Ahmedabad of social activistAnna Hazare and his supporters on May 26, resentment is brewing among the farmers in ...
“Colombo must initiate settlement to ease pressure”
NEW DELHI: India has advised Sri Lanka to take rapid steps domestically to ease international pressure emanating from a report on the conflict with the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) in which the government has nearly been accused of ...
2G case: Swamy wants his complaint heard separately
NEW DELHI: With the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) having objected to the clubbing of his private complaint with its case in the 2G spectrum allocation scam, Janata Party president Subramanian Swamy told the special court here on ...
Rajinikanth shifted to ICU
CHENNAI: Actor Rajinikanth, undergoing treatment at the Sri Ramachandra Medical Centre here, was shifted to the intensive care unit on Wednesday to improve his breathing pattern, according to hospital sources. The actor, who was admitted ...
JPC: quantify losses due to policy shift during NDA regime
NEW DELHI: The Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) that is probing the telecom policy from 1998-2009 on Wednesday directed the Secretary to the Department of Telecom Affairs to “quantify losses” incurred by the government on ...
IPL CARNIVAL 2011
Gilchrist and Marsh savage RCB
The pair sets a record stand in T20; Kings XI posts IPL-IV's highest total
KKR will press for play-off spot
NAVI MUMBAI: Kolkata Knight Riders' best IPL showing has coincided with the franchise's decision to look beyond Sourav Ganguly when building its team for the DLF-IPL-IV. As his former side takes on Pune Warriors India at the D.Y. Patil ...
IPL CARNIVAL 2011
No breaching Super Kings' castle
The Chennai team goes to the top of the table, books a place in the play-offs
Philip Roth wins Man Booker International Prize
LONDON: Philip Roth, one of America's most prolific and controversial novelists, was on Tuesday named winner of the £60,000 Man Booker International Prize awarded every two years for a body of work published either originally in English ...
Key portfolios for Singapore Indians
SINGAPORE: Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong on Wednesday announced a post-election Cabinet, assigning several key portfolios to leaders of the ethnic Indian minority and the Chinese majority. Reflecting the retirement of two ...
AIEEE results will not be stayed, orders court
NEW DELHI: The Delhi High Court on Wednesday refused to stay the announcement of the results of the All-India Engineering Entrance Examination (AIEEE) held on May 1 and then on May 11. However, the Court has made the results subject to a ...
India ranked 32nd on IMD list
New Delhi: India has been placed at the 32nd position, on the list of 59, in terms of world competitiveness by the International Institute for Management Development (IMD), the second best performer after China among the BRIC economies. ...
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