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Panel on nuclear deal to meet again on Nov. 16
LTTE launches aerial attack on Anuradhapura air base
14 military personnel, 20 Tigers killed; four planes destroyed
Congress, PMO scotch rumours
NEW DELHI: The Prime Minister’s Office and the Congress on Monday denied as “absolutely baseless and unfounded” reports that Prime Minister Manmohan Singh threatened to resign during a meeting of the United Progressive ...
Separate quota for Backward Class Christians, Muslims in State
A “revolutionary day” in the history of social justice, says Karunanidhi
Jawan found dead in Army camp at Jammu
Jammu: A jawan on Monday allegedly committed suicide by hanging himself from a ceiling fan at a camp here. The 40-year-old havaldar, Bala Prasad of Signal Company, was found hanging in his room in the Bari Brahamana Army Camp, a defence ...
Road overbridge to be ready in 20 months
PUDUCHERRY: Work on a Rs.27-crore road overbridge (ROB) along the alignment of the Uppanar Drain (UD) canal will be completed in 20 months, according to Public Works Department officials. The ROB, first of its kind in the Union Territory ...
Ties with India have never been so good: Pakistan
“Unrealistic to expect quick results from peace process”
Sanjay Dutt back in Yerawada jail
4,340-page judgment copy given to the actor
‘India has a settled look’
The bowling is a bit of a concern, says Vengsarkar
It’s AICF’s turn to honour Anand
Al Nahyan, Dravid shower praise on the champion
Behind the Mona Lisa mystery
French inventor says scans show painting once featured eyebrows, eyelashes
Battle over a book
Los Angeles: “Tell me, why this nasty war?” asks a character in Leo Tolstoy’s War and Peace . Almost 140 years after the first publication of the epic novel, a nasty duel has broken out between rival ...
Honour for Abdul Kalam
He is awarded King Charles II medal by British Royal Society
Adasia 2007 showcases growth of the industry
Jeju Island: Jeju Island in South Korea, volcanic rocks and craters dotting its landscape, is host to the major advertising event of the year, Adasia 2007, that started on Monday. Now in its 50th year, Adasia has come back to South Korea ...
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