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"We are on the threshold of the Asian Century"
Ganguly back in team
CHENNAI: Former captain Sourav Ganguly has been recalled to the Indian Test squad for the tour of Pakistan beginning in January next. The left-hander was dropped for the final Test against Sri Lanka in Ahmedabad. The national selection ...
PM to visit tsunami-hit areas
He will review the rehabilitation work done over the year
All eyes on Rajnath
Party leaders gather at Rajnath's residence to congratulate him
Clubs can stage musical events: court
"Fee or royalty to the Phonographic Performance Limited could be decided later"
Killing of three Bodo students sparks violence
KOKRAJHAR: Angry protesters torched two trucks and damaged shops on Saturday in Assam's Kokrajhar district which observed a bandh against the killing of three Bodo students by Haryana policemen at Salakati railway station. A high-level inquiry ...
ONE YEAR LATER
The ghost of tsunami haunts them
Coastal communities fear that it will strike again.
Veteran actress Banumathi passes away
Chennai : Veteran actress P Banumathi died here on Saturday night, after a brief illness. Ms Banumathi, 81, is survived by one son. Three-time national award winner, Banumathi had acted in several Tamil, Telugu and Hindi films. ...
Air India to buy 68 Boeing aircraft
Empowered Group of Ministers wins concessions worth Rs. 1,000-crore in Rs. 38,000-crore deal
LTTE asked to ensure peace
We are helpless over the escalated violence, say the Tigers
Oommen Chandy fails to keep his promises
Rehabilitation package for Endosulfan victims did not materialise
Fog grounds a hundred flights, dozens of trains
One long nightmare for thousands at Delhi airport and railway stations
Police forward 18 suggestions to Government on security to women
Proposals can be `the other condition' the State can impose on the IT and ITES firms
The black Sunday still haunts her
VIJAYAWADA: : Time, they say, is a great healer. But does it really heal all wounds, especially of those who have lost their near and dear ones in one of the worst natural disasters of the world? Not at least for Noorjahan, who has spent the ...
IT parks to come up at Rushikonda
Government to set up Special Economic Zones for the purpose
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