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  • From the Print Edition
    Gujarat government rebuts report on Johri enquiry
    `IG, CID Crime submitted only one report, no interference'

    7-phase poll in U.P. justified: Gopalaswami
    Says it "ensured free and fair polls"

    HOCKEY
    Indian frontline fails to deliver
    Edward Ockenden's deflection sees Australia through

    CRICKET
    Rahul Dravid injured during practice
    Ailing V.V.S. Laxman exempted from attending camp

    CRICKET
    Contracts issue: BCCI panel to interact with players


    No cricket after retirement: Murali
    Colombo: Sri Lankan spin wizard Muttiah Muralitharan has said he will not be associated with the game in any form after leaving it as a player. "I am not thinking about it (staying on) because I have played this game since I was six or seven so ...

    INTERNATIONAL
    All eyes on today's French election
    Last-minute efforts to mobilise support

    Two educational trusts come under Income Tax scanner
    Documents relating to income and investments, cash seized

    Waiters, cooks will soon need licence to work
    Kitchen staff will be trained in personal hygiene and food storage

    Boom heard before crash
    Plane's wreckage yet to be spotted

    10 Sea Tiger cadres killed
    COLOMBO: The Sri Lankan navy on Saturday claimed to have killed 10 cadres of Sea Tigers and destroyed two of their craft in a battle off the Mullaittivu seas late on Friday. An army statement here said its naval patrol craft had detected a ...

    Shahbuddin convicted in murder case
    PATNA: A special court in Siwan on Saturday convicted the incarcerated Rashtriya Janata Dal MP Md. Shahbuddin in a case of kidnapping for murder. But the court acquitted him in two other cases relating to assault and a bomb blast ...

    `AIIMS Director Venugopal played provocative role in anti-quota stir'
    Charge by Thorat Committee in report submitted to Union Health Minister

    BBMPA on the anvil to meet infrastructure needs of Bangalore
    The Chief Minister vents his ire over official apathy

    Pinarayi Vijayan alleges conspiracy
    Controversy over death of infants at SAT Hospital in Thiruvananthapuram

    INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
    Linux computer shrunk to size of postage stamp
    BANGALORE: ``Honey, I've shrunk your Linux computer!'' It's now the size of a postage stamp. Yet, it has all the power of a full-sized board — complete with 32 megabytes of memory; 16 MB of storage and the interconnects needed to fuel ...

    Tirupur slums to be modernised
    TIRUPUR: Twenty-seven out of the total 87 slums in the dollar town of Tirupur, where more than a third of the population lives in sub-human conditions, will soon get better amenities at a cost of over Rs. 20 crore. The Centre approved a few ...

    Browsing on a park bench? This must be Pune
    City surges ahead in `unwiring' race, while other IT-savvy places just talk

    Congress legislators criticise YSR
    Shankar Rao, PJR flay Chief Minister for `neglect of party seniors'

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