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Ten Sports relents after hectic parleys
NEW DELHI, MARCH 16. After threatening to black out today's India-Pakistan cricket match in Rawalpindi on its own platform and Doordarshan, and keeping Prasar Bharati guessing all night, Ten Sports bigwigs made a turnaround this morning and ...

Centre mulling over ordinance
NEW DELHI, MARCH 16.The Centre is considering promulgation of an Ordinance to ensure the telecast of the cricket matches between India and Pakistan in the event of the Dubai-based television channel, Ten Sports, deciding not to give live signals ...

Tendulkar's effort goes in vain
RAWALPINDI, MARCH 16. An imperious knock of 141 from Sachin Tendulkar went in vain, as India collapsed to lose the second one-dayer by 12 runs in the Samsung Series against Pakistan on Tuesday. India managed to score only 317 runs in 48.4 ...

BATTLEGROUND
The BJP's challenges in a traditional stronghold
The BJP's position in Gujarat may not be as comfortable as it looks. Over the years it has lost ground in Kutch-Saurashtra and and in the northern regions of the State. If the Congress can get its act together, there is no reason why it can't increas e its tally, writes Yogendra Yadav.

EC orders probe into PF forms issue
NEW DELHI, MARCH 16. The Election Commission has ordered a probe into the allegation by the Congress that the computerised Provident Fund forms for social security scheme for the unorganised sector carried the "lotus" symbol of the Bharatiya ...

Powell to talk to Musharraf on terrorist camps
NEW DELHI, MARCH 16.No decision has been taken by the United States on selling F-16 aircraft to Pakistan, the U.S. Secretary of State, Colin Powell, said today. He said he would speak to the Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, about taking ...

Crashlands
KHANVEL(SILVASA), MARCH 16.The senior Congress leaders, Ahmed Patel, Prithviraj Chouhan and Shailaja Kumari, had a narrow escape when their helicopter crashlanded at the Khanvel helipad in Dadra and Nagar Haveli today. However, another helicopter ...



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