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We’ve put 2004 poll defeat behind us: Advani
Tamang is Indian Idol
NEW DELHI: Prashant Tamang, a constable from West Bengal, was crowned the Indian Idol on Sunday night after vanquishing his rival Amit Paul in a grand finale of the over two-month-long talent hunt. Mr. Tamang, 24, who hails from ...
Violence during CPI (Maoist) bandh
PATNA: At least two persons, including a policeman, were killed during a bandh sponsored by the Communist Party of India (Maoist) in Bihar, Jharkhand and Chhattisgarh on Sunday protesting against the arrest of its activists. More than a ...
Centre must take action against Vedanti: Baalu
CHENNAI: The Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam Parliamentary Party leader, T.R. Baalu, on Sunday urged the Centre to take immediate action against the former Bharatiya Janata Party MP, Ram Vilas Vedanti, for issuing a ‘fatwa’ against Tamil ...
BJP office in Chennai attacked
Stones thrown at office building, agitators want Centre to take action against Vedanti
Chief Minister’s appeal
CHENNAI: Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi has made it clear that the agitation against the comments made by former BJP MP Ram Vilas Vedanti was over on Sunday. He said that he had already instructed partymen not to continue the ...
Fukuda to succeed Abe
SINGAPORE: A seasoned lawmaker, Yasuo Fukuda (71), is poised to succeed Shinzo Abe, who is nearly 20 years younger, as Japan’s Prime Minister. Mr. Fukuda, son of a former Prime Minister, was on Sunday chosen president of the ...
Talks with IAEA soon, says Kakodkar
“Convincing the NSG members to have nuclear trade with India is going to be tough”
A dream final at the Wanderers
Injured Sehwag’s participation is doubtful
Rehan, Richa hog the limelight
Karnataka retains overall title with 411 points
Hearing loss number one disability: study
NEW DELHI: Hearing loss has become the number one disability in the world with loud music, recreational equipment and noisy workplaces causing one-third of all such cases, according to a new study. The study, which came ahead of World Deafness ...
Moore’s Law lives — but for how long?
SAN FRANSISCO: “They do this only to rock stars!” remarked a bemused Australian journalist, when Gordon Moore, Intel’s co-founder, former Chief Executive, and currently Chairman Emeritus, stepped into the Press area of the ...
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