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South Africa on brink of great escape
July 14, 2008
t hundreds from Graeme Smith and opener Neil McKenzie give SA hope of forcing what would be a remarkable draw agai ...
Irregularities in dope test: Asif
September 8, 2008
The disgraced pacer said he would prove his innocence by pointing out to the IPL Drugs Tribunal the procedural irre ...
Bopara wins Young Cricketer of the Year award
September 16, 2008
Ravi Bopara was named as the Young Cricketer of the Year for 2008 by the British-based Cricket Writers' Club at an award ...
Phoenix touches, tastes Martian water
August 1, 2008
NASA's Phoenix Mars Lander identify water in a soil
. The lander's robotic arm delivers the
to an instrumen ...
7 killed as helicopters collide over Arizona
June 30, 2008
At least seven people were killed and three critically injured on Sunday when two medical helicopters collided over Flag ...
Saddam remains could be identified: Scientist
April 10, 2003
of his DNA or dental records, it would be difficult but not impossible to confirm the Iraqi leader's de ...
World Bank lauds Orissa’s progress
May 20, 2008
A world Bank report, which was released in Bhubaneswar has commended the state’s transformation from a “seriously laggin ...
No hair, no passport
June 27, 2008
If you are bald and in Britain, beware. Chances are you might be refused a passport. It happened to
Down, a bald fat ...
Manmohan Singh was a loner at Oxford, says former teacher
May 21, 2004
He was very quiet, not the sort who make great politic
s," said Dr
Little, Manmohan Singh's supervisor at the Oxfo ...
BAE Systems names new chief executive
June 27, 2008
BAE Systems, the British aerospace company making military equipment, says that its chief operating officer
King wil ...
'Nepal parties must get their act together'
September 21, 2007
Special Representative of the UN Secretary General to Nepal requests all parties to recommit themselves to the path of p ...
Former rights envoy named UN Nepal mission chief
February 9, 2007
Martin, who was earlier the Nepal representative of UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, will head the UN Mission ...
Urban price index on track, rural one languishes
June 1, 2008
The rural index is stuck because of lack of manpower at the National
Survey Organisation (NSSO), which would do t ...
When you need more than one head
February 24, 2008
Parents discourage group study while students have finished their revision and want to spend time discussing doubts and ...
Test to gauge education policies
September 11, 2006
In an effort to assess the effectiveness of the school education policy, the government is planning to set up a system t ...
AirAsia's brash CEO Tony Fernandes now searches for right words
2014: A win-win year for sports fans
Manipur skeletons: Govt must speak for the dead people
200 crore in India in just 9 days
You thought 2014 was a good year for Hollywood? 2015 could be even better
Black cobra's bite kills white tiger at Indore zoo, snake paralysed
Sony row: N Korea compares Obama to monkey
Viral video: Gujarat cop in uniform dances with bar girl, gets suspended
Bangalore blast: One killed, one injured at Church Street
AirAsia flight QZ8501 with 162 on board goes missing, search ops halted for the day
Indonesia says missing AirAsia plane could be at 'bottom of sea'
Pak court suspends 26/11 attack mastermind Lakhvi's detention
PK fire spreads; Hindu radicals cry for ban, vandalise theatres
Bangalore blast similar to those in Chennai, Pune: sources
Govt clears ordinance to ease land acquisitions
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