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Senior leaders of the BJP and other constituents of the NDA witness function
Taslima can return to Kolkata, says Basu
“But Centre must ensure her security”
Curfew in Orissa towns after violence
BERHAMPUR: Curfew was imposed in four towns of Orissa’s Kandhamal district on Tuesday after violence which broke out on Monday escalated. A youth was killed, six churches were vandalised and two houses of a Minister were targeted in ...
India hopes to begin well at MCG
It’s probably going to be a bowler-friendly wicket, says Ponting
Ganguly is a class player, says Ponting
Melbourne: Ever aware of the benefit of the psychological edge, the Australian captain Ricky Ponting wondered aloud on Tuesday if Sourav Ganguly, set to play his 100th Test, would be more anxious than normal. “What happened with me ...
Looking ahead after a baptism by fire
NEW DELHI: His Test ‘debut’ was baptism by fire. With Billy Doctrove reporting ill, Amish Saheba, the third umpire, was rushed into a job he was ‘ill’ prepared for — to join Rudy Koertzen as the second on-field ...
India eyeing second spot in the Test rankings
Dubai: India will be eyeing the second spot in the LG ICC Test championship table as it prepares to take on Australia in the four-Test series starting on Wednesday. High after its 1-0 win over Pakistan, India is currently on equal ...
Mallya promises to consider Karun
New Delhi: Karun Chandhok’s fledgling Formula One career received a shot in the arm with Force India part-owner Vijay Mallya promising to consider the youngster for a test driver’s role, if not the race driver’s seat, in ...
Nod for 5 merchant power plants
Fair aims to attract 25 lakh visitors
CHENNAI: With only a week left for the inauguration of the ‘India Tourist and Industrial Fair – 2008,’ Island Grounds, the venue, is sporting a vibrant and pre-festive look. The 34th edition of one of the biggest fairs ...
Basu: Congress failed to tackle communalism
Kolkata: The Congress has failed to initiate any effective programme against communalism and imperialism and this will have to be taken up by the Left forces “as the Congress is dependent on the Left parties and the Left parties ...
Wiretap warning on U.P. bombings went in vain
Harkat operative held for strikes was under police surveillance weeks before attacks
Peace process being initiated in Orissa district
Berhampur: The trouble started in Brahmanigaon when two groups clashed over the erection of a decorative arch for Christmas on Monday morning. Country guns were used leading to injuries to two persons. Follwing this, the vehicle of ...
Ask the bees how to improve Internet servers!
New algorithm is based on ‘dance’ of foraging honeybees
Adivasi activist, 4 others nabbed in Assam
Dibrugarh (Assam): Five activists of the All-Adivasi National Liberation Army, including its self-styled area commander, were nabbed by the Army in upper Assam’s Tinsukia district on Tuesday. They were held from different places by the ...
Local villagers protest against Palnoo mosque siege
They say the mosque is damaged and allege atrocities by security forces; five photo journalists injured in “attack” by security forces
Curb agitation on land issue, says Pranab
‘Land is a crucial input for industrial development’
‘Nanotechnology can cut down air pollution’
New Delhi: Scientists have said the emerging field of nanotechnology could provide a solution to the soaring air pollution caused by automobile emissions worldwide. Research showed that nano-treatment of engines could cut down toxic ...
Parents in denial over children’s weight: study
12 tiger cubs born in Ranthambore park; relief for government
Sawai Madhopur (Rajasthan): The birth of 12 tiger cubs at the Ranthambore National Park in the past two years has come as a huge relief to the State government, facing criticism over the disappearance of striped cats from the Sariska ...
Diverted flight leaves for Delhi
Mumbai: A New Delhi-bound Air India flight IC 806, which left here on Tuesday and was diverted to Ahmedabad due to fog, has now left for the national capital, official sources said. The flight with nearly 100 passengers onboard ...
Etiquette questions over net access
“Airlines have to be sensitive to the fact that customers are (seated) close together”
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