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Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Barack Obama said today our relationship involves more bilateral collaboration than ever before.
PTI Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Barack Obama said today our relationship involves more bilateral collaboration than ever before.

Modi, Obama say it’s time to set a new agenda

The two leaders said that "today our partnership is robust, reliable and enduring, and it is expanding. »
Jayalalithaa's bail application and appeal against the Special Court order will be taken up at 10.30 a.m. on Wednesday morning. File photo: B. Jothi Ramalingam

Special sitting to hear Jayalalithaa’s bail plea tomorrow

The Karnataka High Court had adjourned the matter to October 6 on Tuesday morning. »

Opinion

Prime Minister Narendra Modi greets Indian Americans on his arrival at Andrews Air Force Base in Washington DC on Monday. Photo: PTI

Indian Muslims will fail al-Qaeda: Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that all terrorism in India is “exported” and are not “home-grown”, asserting it has “no borders”. Mr. Modi said this even as he rejected any distin... »

Rajapaksa orders release of Indian fishermen

Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa on Tuesday ordered the release of 76 Indian fishermen in Sri Lankan custody.The order, which officials at the Indian High Commission in Colombo confir... »

Hyderabad

Casual approach to casualities

Many accidents are due to poor road conditions and negligence of road users. The stretch where the accident occurred is known for its dangerous blind curves, yet no divider was laid on the road. There... »
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AIADMK activists led by Coimbatore Mayor P. Rajkumar observe a fast in Coimbatore on Monday. Photo: K. Ananthan

Mayor leads AIADMK protest in Coimbatore

Hundreds of AIADMK activists observed a fast at Gandhipuram here on Monday in protest against jailing their leader Jayalalithaa. Led by Coimbatore Mayor P. Rajkumar, over 3,000 party a... »
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As ‘Govindudu Andarivadele’ opens today, Ram Charan talks about working with Krishnavamsi, scathing reviews and seven years in the industry »

The Conviction of a Chief Minister

With the Special Court in Bangalore pronouncing AIADMK general secretary, Jayalalithaa, guilty in the disproportionate assets case, she becomes the first Indian Chief Minister in office to be convicted under the Prevention of Corruption Act. The historic verdict has unseated a popularly elected Chief Minister and will have a deep impact on the politics of Tamil Nadu, says Saptarshi Bhattacharya.Read more »

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