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CEC’s assurance to minority community
No deadline for talks, says ElBaradei
NEW DELHI: International Atomic Energy Agency Director-General Mohammed ElBaradei said on Wednesday that there was no deadline for starting talks on an India-specific safeguards arrangement but pointed out that it was imperative for the ...
Court won’t interfere with U.P. Governor’s order
Relief for Chief Minister Mayawati in the multi-crore Taj Heritage Corridor project case
Shooting in Cleveland school
CLEVELAND: A gunman opened fire in a downtown Cleveland high school on Wednesday, and three young people were taken to hospital, the Mayor said. Mayor Frank Jackson said the school had been secured, although police were searching the ...
Apex court won’t interfere with U.P. Governor’s order
Relief for Mayawati in the Taj Corridor project case
Advani: snap polls certain early next year
“UPA government will not last its full term”
Congress, Left buying time: Venkaiah Naidu
“Endless meetings between the two unlikely to bear fruit”
S.R. Bommai passes away
Judgment in Bommai case a landmark
27 per cent OBC quota is fair and reasonable: Centre
“The quantum of reservation mandated under the Act is justified”
Surface chemistry pioneer
Gerhard Ertl, on his 71st birthday, wins chemistry Nobel
Tensions mount along Turkey-Iraq border
Ankara considering a full-scale offensive in northern Iraq
Indians brimming with confidence
Skipper winning the toss would like to take first strike
‘Just another match for me’
Vadodara: “It’s just another match for me, just another number,” he said. But then, the fifth Future Cup ODI here will be a special contest for Sachin Tendulkar. He will become the first Indian cricketer to figure in ...
COLOMBO: The fourth one-day international between Sri Lanka and England was always going to be a fight to the finish and when the home side lost its first three batsmen for 20 runs rustled together in 11 overs, Kumar Sangakkara was just the ...
Advocates to continue indefinite court boycott
CHENNAI: Not satisfied with Law Minister Durai Murugan’s assurance to striking advocates that penal action would be taken against the head constable who allegedly assaulted two advocates on October 1, the Madras High Court Advocates ...
Assembly session from October 17
CHENNAI: Five ordinances, including one providing reservation in education and employment to Backward Class Muslims and Christians, will be taken up by the Assembly during the monsoon session. Speaker R. Avudaiappan told reporters that ...
Protest against retail giants
MUMBAI: Over 20,000 people gathered at Azad Maidan here on Wednesday to protest against the entry of corporates and foreign chains such as Wal-Mart into retail trade in India. The protesters, who were also demanding the implementation of ...
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