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    Mamata flings papers, resigns
    ``I was not allowed to speak''; Speaker rejects her resignation as MP

    Speaker pulls up Shivraj Patil
    NEW DELHI: The United Progressive Alliance Government faced a major embarrassment in the Lok Sabha on Thursday when Speaker Somnath Chatterjee admonished the Home Minister, Shivraj Patil, for his absence from the House when it was scheduled to ...

    60 legislators back Prakash as chief of Janata Dal (S) Legislature Party
    Deve Gowda rejects BJP's proposal, to stand by his commitment to Congress

    Report on Nanavati panel to be tabled
    NEW DELHI: :The Union Cabinet on Thursday approved the Action Taken Report on the recommendations of the Nanavati Commission, which probed the 1984 anti-Sikh riots. This paves the way for tabling the report in Parliament. The deadline for placing ...

    Jayalalithaa's pat for Dr. Shanta
    CHENNAI: If the Ramon Magsaysay award was an unforgettable honour for Dr. V. Shanta, then Chief Minister Jayalalithaa's greetings when she met her on Thursday was nearly as prestigious for the eminent oncologist. Congratulatory messages had ...

    Death for Manohar
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    Dam water level to be kept at 136 ft
    Thiruvanchoor, Achuthanandan, MLAs visit Mullaperiyar reservoir site

    Sania stuns Petrova
    NEW DELHI: Sania Mirza overpowered the ninth-ranked fourth seed, Nadia Petrova of Russia 6-2, 6-1 in 54 minutes to move into the third round of the Acura Classic WTA tennis tournament in San Diego. The victory, her second over a top-10 player, ...

    Vasan to continue as TNCC chief
    High command plays it safe, decides against a change in leadership

    Angling catching on in city
    HYDERABAD: They swear by the line, hook and sinker. Literally. Come weekend or holiday, they head for Durgam Cheruvu with their angling equipment to spend the day fishing. Well, not for fishing in troubled waters but for enjoying the peace and ...

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    A pleasure watching ageing gladiators
    Leaps in sports science have meant that bodies are being listened to more closely, writes Rohit Brijnath

    ALL IN THE GAME
    Playing five bowlers will benefit India
    Dravid will have to try a different combination in the coming encounters

    India took a calculated risk: Manmohan
    `Opening civilian nuclear energy sector to inspections is a risk worth taking'

    CPI(M) has nothing to fear over deal: Paloli
    THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Convener of the Left Democratic Front (LDF) Paloli Mohammed Kutty has said that neither the CPI(M) nor its State secretary Pinarayi Vijayan had anything to fear about the ongoing investigation into the SNC Lavalin ...

    Four naxalites killed in encounter
    WARANGAL: Four naxalites belonging to the Janashakti group were killed in an exchange of fire with the police at Addagutta forest in Venkatapur mandal here on Thursday morning. On a tip-off provided by the Ramakrishnapur villagers that a group ...

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