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    India, Singapore sign economic pact
    Comprehensive accord to boost trade in goods and services; mutual legal assistance treaty too

    Tighten cyber security laws: Manmohan
    "Stray incidents must not be allowed to damage reputation of Indian professionals"

    Supreme Court moved on CET
    Common entrance test places poor students at a disadvantage: Government

    Extended budget session from today
    BANGALORE: The extended budget session of the State legislature is commencing here on Thursday at the most inconvenient hour for one of the two partners in the Government, the Janata Dal (Secular). The affairs of the party have come to the ...

    Now a "sacrificial lamb" for RSS?
    Move to help Advani keep his job as party chief and stay Leader of the Opposition

    TENNIS
    Federer and Hewitt in semifinals
    London: It was an unexpected invasion, less likely to succeed than the famous Spanish Armada that set sail to conquer these islands in the summer of 1588. But the latest Hispanic La Armada Grande manned by caramel-tanned, bandanna sporting ...

    Two bodies flushed out from tunnel at hydel project
    Naval divers to help in the rescue operation

    State seeks royalty on KG basin gas find
    Government keen on setting up gas grid; GAIL pushes for joint venture

    Rise in dengue cases causes concern
    Municipality to carry out mass cleaning programme

    Medicos call off stir `in protest'
    Decision comes after undertaking to court but APJUDA leaders breathe defiance

    Congress will take on CPI(M): Chennithala
    THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The KPCC president, Ramesh Chennithala, on Wednesday laid out his agenda by stating that the Congress would politically take on the CPI (M), which had launched a one-year programme of agitations to counter the development ...

    Meet on electoral rolls today
    Government to go by consensus on rectifying anomalies, says Chandy

    91 Indian women in race for Peace Nobel
    The largest number of Nobel Prize nominations, 157, has gone from South Asia Among nominees are Kiran Bedi, Nirmala Deshpande, Capt. Lakshmi Sehgal and Teesta Setalvad

    Modified order to cover only five schools
    Preparatory work on in the case of other schools: Police Commissioner

    Clear metro rail, Centre urged
    NEW DELHI: The Deputy Chief Minister, Siddaramaiah, on Wednesday urged the Centre to give approval for the Bangalore metro rail project at the earliest, considering that it is essential to meet the growing problem of pollution on account of the ...

    Learning karate from police sensei
    CHENNAI: An idle mind is the devil's workshop, goes the saying. In an attempt to keep them busy and help them pick up some useful skills, the police are enlisting youngsters aged 12-18 years in Mogappair for free karate classes. Over a year ...

    Seawater enters temporary shelters
    NAGERCOIL: : There was panic for a while in the temporary shelters at Rajakkamangalam Thuri, near here on Wednesday, as seawater entered some of them. According to official sources, owing to a rough weather, giant waves hit some of the coastal ...

    Flood alert
    AHMEDABAD/AKNOOR: A flood alert has been sounded in Gujarat and Jammu and Kashmir following continuous heavy rains over the past week. Over 25,000 people have been evacuated to safety in Gujarat, where the death toll in the rain has gone up to ...

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