• Relief in DMK camp over Kanimozhi court hearing
    DMK Member of Parliament Kanimozhi and her husband Aravindan arrive at a special court in New Delhi on Saturday, May 7, in connection with the 2G scam. (PTI Photo) CHENNAI, May 7 (Agencies): Tamil Nadu's r
  • A Tibetan’s memories of a Chinese prison
    DHARAMSHALA, May 7 (TNN): Lukar Jam has a bump on his wrist. His right shoulder is higher than his left, and hurts often too. These, however, are not the only evidence he has from the five years spent in a Chin
  • ‘Lancet’ neglects neglected diseases of India
    MUMBAI, May 7 (TNN): The battle between the Indian medical fraternity and the world's reputed medical journal, The Lancet, continues unabated.It began in August 2010 when the Lancet named the latest superbug af
  • Pak warns India against any Osama-type operation
    Islamabad, May 5 (Agencies): Pakistan on Thursday warned India against any Abbottabad-like operation, saying any such “misadventure” would lead to a “terrible catastrophe.” The fear in P
  • 2G scam: SC says no immunity for anyone irrespective of might
    New Delhi, May 5 (Agencies): The Supreme Court today expressed displeasure over the tardy pace of probe by the Income Tax department into the tax evasion cases linked to 2G spectrum case, saying it wanted ̶
  • VIPs put pressure on chopper pilots: Parliamentary panel
    NEW DELHI, May 5 (AGENCIES): A Parliamentary Standing Committee on Transport, Tourism and Culture has expressed concern over instances of take off, landing of helicopters in low visibility, bad weather and even
  • Essar becomes first Indian co to supply plates for warships
    NEW Delhi, may 5 (PTI): Essar Steel on Thursday said it has become the first Indian producer of steel plates approved by the government for supply to the Indian Navy for building strategic war ships. “Ess
  • Baba Ramdev to do Hazare, to launch ‘Satyagraha’
    MUMBAI, May 4 (PTI): Yoga guru Baba Ramdev on Wednesday said he would undertake a fast unto death in New Delhi on June 4 to demand recovery of black money deposited by Indians in Swiss banks, disclosure of acco
  • ‘Indo-Pakistan dialogue won’t change course’
    NEW Delhi, May 4 (PTI): India today said “momentous” killing of Al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden in Pakistan will not change the discourse of Indo-Pak dialogue but made it clear that use of terrorism
  • ‘Post Osama, Dawood is now world’s 2nd most wanted man’
    London, May 4 (PTI): India’s most wanted criminal Dawood Ibrahim, an accused in the 1993 Mumbai terror attacks, has emerged as the world’s second most wanted man, next only to a Mexican drug lord, a
  • Air India pilots’ strike continues
    NEW DELHI, May 3 (PTI): Air India on Tuesday announced 'no work, no pay' principle will be implemented to counter the pilots' strike that continued to disrupt its flights for the seventh day, as the Delhi high
  • Anti-Naxal ops: Over 2000 retired Armymen to train CRPF
    New Delhi, May 3 (PTI): The government has decided to recruit more than 2000 retired Army personnel to help the CRPF gain expertise in crippling IEDs and hidden landmines while undertaking anti-Naxal operations
  • ‘Pakistan has lot to explain on Osama’
    Kuala Lumpur, May 3 (PTI): Pakistan, which had denied knowledge of Osama bin Laden's whereabouts, had a lot to explain in the aftermath of the killing of the dreaded terrorist on its soil, External Affairs Mini
  • School on ‘Naga Dal’ inaugurated
    Dimapur, May 2 (MExN): The Peren Block ATMA sponsored the programme for inauguration of the Farm School on “Naga Dal” at Lemangki Peren Kipeuzang which was graced by Khrienuo C. Metha, Deputy Commis
  • I am not a Chinese spy in India: Karmapa
    New Delhi, May 2 (PTI): Karmapa Ugyen Thinley Dorje, head of the Kagyu school of Tibetan Buddhism, on Monday rubbished allegations that he was a Chinese spy and expressed readiness to make clarification to any
  • End of the Fourth Afghan War: New Delhi
    A sales person stands in his shop as a TV news reports the killing of Osama bin Laden in Mumbai, May 2. Osama bin Laden, the mastermind behind the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks that killed thousands of people,
  • Nagaland import livestock products worth Rs. 221.97 crore
    Kohima | May 1 : Nagaland produces 56% of the total requirement worth Rs. 637.71 crores leaving a shortfall of 43.44% as per the Sample Survey Report of 2009-10. Out of this shortfall, the state imported animal
  • GE to introduce 660, 800 MW steam turbines
    NEW Delhi, May 1 (PTI): Looking to strengthen its presence in the fast-growing power sector, General Electric will introduce 660 and 800 MW supercritical steam turbines in India this year. With India targeting
  • E-hospital launched
    Mumbai, May 1 (PTI):  At a time when US President Mr Barack Obama has urged his citizens not to opt for “cheap treatment” in India, two Indian doctors have made it possible for anyone in need a
  • Work without fear or favour: PM tells CBI
    Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, center, looks on along with Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) Director Amar Pratap Singh, right, and Home Minister P. Chidambaram, left, during the inauguration of a new CBI h