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    India offers to open three relief centres
    Pakistan quake victims can cross LoC during daylight hours

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    Academic first, novelist second: Eco
    CHENNAI: The enormous success of The Name of the Rose , the complex medieval murder mystery that is regarded as one of the modern masterpieces of fiction, is a "mystery" to its world-famous author. Suggesting that nobody can predict the ...

    Sonia asks Mufti to come for talks
    NEW DELHI: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mufti Mohammed Sayeed has been asked by Congress president Sonia Gandhi to come here for talks on Sunday on transfer of power in the State. This follows a core committee meeting held on Friday. ...

    New light on sudden heart attack
    Researchers say the shape of blood vessel could rupture plaque and cause death

    `Critical gaps' in rebuilding tsunami-hit village: study
    Rehabilitation made little impact on 10 Dalit families

    Hi-tech weaving parks to be ready in six months
    Minister inaugurates handloom exhibition

    Delhi shudders as onion alarm rings louder and louder
    NEW DELHI: Large-scale profiteering by wholesalers and retailers coupled with inability of the Delhi Government to provide sufficient quantities of quality onions at reasonable rates at its various outlets has led to a situation in the Capital ...

    Plan to prevent bird flu getting ready
    Tests conducted on 200 samples of domestic fowls give negative results

    Deve Gowda sees threat to government
    Narayana Murthy's resignation as BIAL Chairman being used as an issue, says former Prime Minister

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