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The suicide of V. Mahadevan, husband of carnatic vocalist Nithyashree Mahadevan, on Thurday was a big shock to music lovers, at a time when the ‘Music Season’ is at its peak in the city. ...
In an attempt to prevent foreigners filling non-technical jobs, India has made it clear that they would be taken in only for highly-skilled work and provided they draw a salary of not less than $...
National Organisation for Tobacco Eradication (NOTE) India, the body working for tobacco eradication, on Tuesday wrote to actor Aishwarya Rai-Bachchan expressing concern over use of her images smo...
Madras might have become Chennai, but the old name lives on in checked cloth, curry powder and a colloquial lingo…
India\'s first air-conditioned double-decker train is expected to be launched on the Howrah-Dhanbad sector before the Diwali celebrations. While a few old double-decker coaches are still oper...
His methods, described in new detail to The Associated Press by a counterterrorism official and a second person briefed on the U.S. investigation, frustrated Western efforts to trace him through
A Right to Information (RTI) application seeking the names of owners of flats in the Chief Minister\'s quota for weaker sections has revealed that Maharashtra\'s new head Prithviraj Chavan owns a fl...
Going about his work nonchalantly at his office in Gachibowli, this techie probably beat search teams of various countries in finding a probable vital clue related to the missing Malaysian plane.
Pakistan on Friday came out in support of its ``all-weather friend’’ China by questioning the decision to award the Nobel Peace Prize 2010 to Liu Xiaobo ``for his long and non-vi...
Consular offices across India outline a growing trend of sharp practices resorted to by applicants
Goals of Indian Hindu nationalists were identical to Justiciar Knights, Anders Breivik claimed
There was drama at the Chennai Airport in the early hours of Sunday when a 30-year-old Japanese passenger was forced to get down from a flight as he created a ruckus, reportedly under the influence...
A girl student was beheaded on the campus of St. Xavier\'s College here by a person on Wednesday evening, police said. “Kusum Kumari (17) was beheaded with a sharp weapon by a you...
The fifth limited series production Tejas Light Combat Aircraft successfully completed its first flight near Bangalore on Friday.V.K. Saraswat, Scientific Adviser to Defence Minister, made...
Party condemns the Congress-led government for passing the National Food Security Act in haste
Air India got a new chairman-cum-managing director as the government on Friday formally notified the appointment of Rohit Nandan, a U.P. cadre IAS officer of 1982 batch, to head the ailing nationa...
Cable reveals the conditions brokered by a Pakistan court between him and the government for his freedom\'
Taking a strong exception to the comments by the U.S. State Department on handling of peaceful protests, India on Friday termed the remarks as “needless” and said freedoms of speech and
U.S. Embassy cables reflect family insider\'s ‘brutally frank\' assessment
A top British diplomat in September 2009 told a visiting American diplomat that China has “dumped” Pakistan in the Conference on Disarmament, according to a US cable leaked by whistleb...
It was with quiet resignation that Pakistan on Monday morning absorbed U.S. President Barrack Obama’s announcement that al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden had been killed in Abbottabad; a distr...
He has been transferred as Inspector General (Law and Order)
For every day these past seven months, Jashim Uddin has been tending the Georgia grass with attention that borders on obsession. The grass is growing, but against considerable odds: we...
Wary of political fallout, New Delhi asked Washington to stay quiet on shifting goalposts
Fascinating insights: 5,100 cables, six million words; what they\'re about & what\'s in store