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Saudi Arabia: Rice ‘price war’ at its peak

The months-long “price war” between major rice traders has reached its peak, informed business sources have claimed.

Mumbai: Raj Thackeray blames migrants for malaria rise

For Maharashtra Navnirman Sena chief Raj Thackeray any reason is good enough for migrants’ bashing, especially those from the North who eke out a living in the metropolis of Mumbai.

Tourism Authority Creates History

India has a sophisticated philosophical systems in its "Hindu" positions divided into six categories and three others namely Buddhism, Jainism, and the Charvaks which are considered against Hinduism’ six systems. These six are in addition to the 62 philosophical views at the time of the Buddha rejected by him.

Aishwarya, Rajnikanth launch music of ‘Enthiran’ in Malaysia

Bollywood heartthrob Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Tamil superstar Rajnikanth on Sunday launched the music of their forthcoming film 'Enthiran'in Kuala Lumpur amid a grand musical extravaganza.

Kumar Sangakkara : Number one test batsman in Sri Lanka

Sri Lankan captain Kumar Sangakkara replaced Virender Sehwag at the top of International Cricket Council (ICC) batting Test rankings. Sangakkara, who scored 219 and 42 not out against India in the second Test at Colombo, reclaimed the top spot after 2009. Sanga is a great product of Trinity College and in his school time he was a good student in the class room as well and won a prize at the prize day almost every year.

An Indian Official to Visit Sri Lanka to Assess the Progress of the Rehabilitation of the Internally Displaced

An Indian official of the External Affairs Ministry will visit Sri Lanka in a week to see for himself the progress of the rehabilitation works in the Tamil areas, Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram said on Sunday.

Kashmir: Cabinet panel under PM discusses worsening violence

Even as Kashmir Valley is witnessing a fresh spurt in violence, the Cabinet Committee on Security chaired by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh met on Sunday night in New Delhi to take stock of the situation.


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