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Problem only with Hyde Act: Advani
Rameswaram linked to BG network
Indian Railways serve as a vital link for national integration: Sonia Gandhi
Ordnance depot fire continues
SRINAGAR: The fire at the Khundroo Ordnance Depot in south Kashmir continued to rage for the second day on Sunday, though the authorities claimed it had been controlled to a large extent. The area continues to be out of bounds for civilians. ...
England 56 for no loss
Chennai: Pursuing a daunting target of 500 in a minimum of 110 overs to level the series, England was 56 without loss at stumps on the fourth day of the third Test at The Oval. Openers Andrew Strauss (23) and Alastair Cook (27), who ...
6 more Hindi-speaking people killed
Guwahati: Six more people, four of them Hindi-speaking, were killed on Sunday in two incidents in central Assam’s Karbi Anglong district. Suspected militants of the Karbi Longri National Liberation Front and the United Liberation Front ...
Two inventors turn human thought into action
Signals tapped, to help physically challenged to speak, move
“If you feel I am guilty put me in jail”
My job is to be in front of the camera and work in films, says Amitabh
Pakistan frees Indian prisoners
New Delhi/Karachi: Over 148 Indian and Pakistani fishermen and 60 civilian prisoners, lodged in jails in the two countries, will be repatriated over the next two days. While Pakistan on Sunday freed 100 Indian fishermen and 35 ...
Flood toll mounts to 260 in Bihar
National highway in Khagaria is under two feet of water
Benazir admits to deal
Clearest statement yet on understanding with Musharraf
England faces an uphill task to square the series
Dravid plays it safe, decides not to enforce the follow-on; skilful knock by Sourav Ganguly
Djokovic upsets Nadal, meets Federer
Petrova to meet Ivanovic in the final at Carson as Sharapova pulls out of semifinals
Warm welcome for Indian youth team
Chennai: The Indian team, which won the World youth (under-16) chess Olympiad, was given a fitting reception when they returned home from Singapore on Sunday. “All our jokes about our team winning the gold became a reality at ...
Flood mitigation works to start next month
CHENNAI: The Public Works Department (PWD) will take up flood mitigation works in and around Chennai in September at a cost of Rs. 2.5 crore. Spadework on 11 works has begun and clearances will be given shortly. The department will ...
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