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India launches heaviest commercial space mission ever

Heralding a new era, India on Friday night launched its heaviest commercial space mission ever with its polar rocket successfully putting five British satellites into the intended orbit after a......

PHOTOS: How the British press heralded the royal birth

The world's press that had camped outside St Mary's Hospital in London’s Paddington for days in anticipation, on Tuesday, finally announced that Prince William's wife Kate Middleton gave......

In 2013, earth is headed for MAJOR havoc

2013 is being heralded as the year that might see catastrophic events wreaking havoc with our planet, say scientists. They fear a huge solar flare is due to erupt in 2013. It is expected to......

Pix: The Maha Kumbh mela commences

Braving the winter chill, thousands of devotees on Thursday took a holy dip in the Ganga in Haridwar heralding the start of the three-month-long Maha Kumbh, considered the largest religious......

Kite runners, this Sankranti

Uday Kuckian/ brings you glimpses Of Makar Sankranti, the kite-flying festival. As winter fades and the sun's warmth begins, India celebrates one of its oldest and most important......

Now, get SMS alerts free of cost!

Heralding a sign of times to come, a mobile solutions provider has begun delivering SMS alerts free-of-cost to cellular users across the country. Other companies are expected to follow suit,......

Japan pushes freight corridors

A new phase in Indo-Japanese relations was heralded with an agreement between visiting Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. Japan urged India to consider a......

Google IPO: Local impact seen minimal

Can the $2.7 billion initial public offering by Google herald a global turnaround for technology stocks or at least for Internet stocks?After all even renowned stock market investor Warren Buffet -......

No fireworks for markets; All eyes on Bihar

Ahead of the festival of lights, markets missed out on the Diwali dazzle, as the uncertainty surrounding two major events — Bihar exit poll outcome and US Fed comment indicating an interest......

We have the news media that we deserve

Many people share the concern about powerful business houses like Reliance buying into media, openly or in surrogate fashion, and the possible consequences, says TN Ninan. The Gandhis are fighting......

Meet the 10-year-old Indian star in Chicago

Brilliant Indian boy star Akash Chopra of the musical The Jungle Book, currently playing in Chicago, is being applauded for his rare talent. Arthur J Pais reports. He looks so cute and adorable as......

Pamela Anderson sets new Playboy record

Get your low down on what's happening in the world of Hollywood, right here! Pamela Anderson has graced the cover of Playboy for the 13th time. The former Baywatch babe graced the cover by......

Muralitharan may retire in 2007

Sri Lanka spinner Muttiah Muralitharan hinted he may retire next year, Australia's Herald-Sun newspaper reported on Friday.The newspaper quoted the 33-year-old Muralitharan saying the impending......

Australia mourns Thorpe's disqualification

"He's sunk," Melbourne's Sunday Herald Sun newspaper declared on its front page following Ian Thorpe's shock disqualification from the 400 metres freestyle at the Olympic trials. Olympic champion......

Tomic spurns Tennis Australia olive branch

Bernard Tomic not ready to mend fences with Tennis Australia. Photograph: Suzanne Plunkett/Reuters Bernard Tomic's rift with Tennis Australia looks unlikely to end any time soon after the......

'Get out', world media tells Blatter!

FIFA was plunged into crisis on Wednesday, two days before Sepp Blatter stands for re-election for a fifth term, when Swiss police arrested seven officials in Zurich at the request of United States......

Prem Panicker: A stutter no more, in a modest chase

'When Dhoni walked in, India needed 105 to win with 32 overs to play. The situation called for calm, nerveless, ice-cold execution without necessitating any adrenalin-fueled impestuosities -- the......
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Tea Before Supper

:07 AM First name Surname Receiver's email Email 0 NEWDELHI: When Australia and New Zealand players step out at the Adelaide Oval in the... ...
City to get 2,260 new bus shelters

The Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation (BMTC) is planning to construct as many as 2,260 shelters across the City in the next few months.... ...
Sparkly Sweater Sightings

The joys of winter in North India... Now the west may well have all that sappy poetry about the first signs of spring — all those frolicking... ...
Big boys play at night

The first ever day-night Test may just be the change Test cricket desperately needs Hamish Rutherford of New Zealand with the pink ball. Photo:... ...
KonaRed Announces Coffee Sales Update and Plans to Launch Two New Groundbreaking Products for its Branded Kona Coffee Line

From the Wires - The two new products will contain Kona and Premium Columbian whole bean coffee blended with Hawaiian Coffeeberry®. By adding the... ...

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