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US, India make big strides in wheat trade talks
May 30, 2007
India and the United States are getting closer to an agreement on
import standards, which could allow new US
US forces to control Kirkuk: White House
April 10, 2003
The seizure of the city by US-backed Kurds revived fears in Turkey of a wider Kurdish independence bid.
Fear refuses to go in Nandigram
November 17, 2007
Lush green paddy
and red flags are all that remains in the deserted villages. Shops are still closed.
Author Salman Rushdie receives knighthood
June 16, 2007
The internationally acclaimed author is awarded knighthood by Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II, who also honours 19 other NR ...
Nepal village's brides starve for lack of loos
April 28, 2007
Brides in this Nepalese village think they will embarrass their family if they went to the
in the day.
LTTE says air force will help claim statehood
April 26, 2007
The LTTE says air actions open up new possibilities in the military, political and diplomatic
, reports PK ...
India may buy around 370,000 tonnes of wheat
May 28, 2007
India is likely to buy around 370,000 tonne at about $263.50 per tonne, trade and government sources said on Monday.
ONGC to invest $5 billion in KG fields
October 18, 2007
The state-run firm on Wednesday submitted to the regulator Director General of Hydrocarbons an appraisal programme.
Indonesia mulls revoking oil exploration licences
May 29, 2007
Indonesia is considering revoking licences of oil companies that fail to start developing oil and gas
within 1 ...
Slump in wheat output threatens food security
June 13, 2007
production has come down from 76 million tonnes (MT) in 1999-2000 to 74 MT this year, reports Saikat Neogi.
Mother of all folk songs
March 8, 2004
In 85 years, Mariamma John has lived more than a lifetime. She has woven baskets, delivered babies, bathed infants and e ...
Congress suffers Jethmalani pangs, fields nominee
April 15, 2004
Congress has decided to field Akhilesh Das, a RS member, against Vajpayee from Lucknow.
Wheat trucks leave for famine affected Rajasthan districts
May 29, 2003
Rajasthan Chief Minister flagged off about 100
laden trucks sent by All India Youth Congress for people in drought ...
BJP fields Jhabak against Gehlot
November 12, 2003
Bharatiya Janata party has named Mahendra Jhabak as the party candidate from Sardarpura against Chief Minister Ashok Geh ...
Now, an A-List of the most successful Asians in Britain
December 25, 2003
Distinguishing itself from the Rich List, this A-List includes successful professionals from a plethora of
in the ...
Farah Khan to host Bigg Boss 8; Rahul Mahajan, Ajaz among 5 wild card entries
Frequent sex can reduce one's lifespan, says BJP MP from Bhopal
Censor Board not to remove any scenes from 'PK'
In pics: Anxious relatives await information on flight QZ8501
After comparing Obama to 'monkey', N Korea suffers new internet outage
Sony row: N Korea compares Obama to monkey
Black cobra's bite kills white tiger at Indore zoo, snake paralysed
Ugly review: A dark, gripping movie that is a must watch
Viral video: Gujarat cop in uniform dances with bar girl, gets suspended
Delhi: Friend hired juveniles for acid attack on doc
Bangalore blast: 1 dead, 1 injured in IED explosion at Church street
AirAsia plane QZ8501 goes missing, Indonesia halts search as night falls
One confirmed dead from burning ferry: Italian coastguard
IIT-D director resigns; Sachin denies wanting academy on campus
Pak Taliban says Army fooled and used youth in J-K
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