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Third phase of Bihar polls today
Over 11.78 million voters expected to exercise their franchise

Pathak Inquiry Authority lacks adequate powers, says BJP
``It doesn't have the power to collect proof from outside India''

Third relief point opened on LoC
`Relief for better tomorrow' packets carried across

A good step for normalising ties, say civilians
Residents lined up on the banks of the Kishan Ganga to witness the "ceremony"

Centre committed to improving road network: Baalu
BHUBANESWAR: The United Progressive Alliance Government was committed to development of the road network so that the fruits of development reached all sections of the society Union Minister of Shipping, Road Transport and Highways, T.R. Baalu ...

Two killed in U.P. factory blast
GHAZIABAD (U.P.): : Two persons were killed and seven others injured on Saturday when an explosion took place in a steel factory here while scrap was being dumped into a furnace for melting, police said. The accident occurred at DVS Alloy and ...

Last of the gentle, erudite politicians
Mr. Dandavate was known for his incisive speeches laced with wit and humour

It looks easy but Priya Dutt doesn't want to take chances
I am sure to win, though I cannot predict the margin, says Sena's Sarpotdar

Indian farm research sector opened to U.S. companies
NEW DELHI: India on Saturday opened its public sector agriculture research sector to U.S. private companies enabling the private sector to "help identify research areas" that have the potential for "rapid commercialisation" with a view to ...

Money cannot buy this `free' computer
`iT' is the ideal device to empower the underprivileged people

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