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  • From the Print Edition
    Nitish Kumar wins clear mandate in Bihar
    15-year Rashtriya Janata Dal reign comes to an end

    Left wins Thiruvananthapuram
    THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: : Dealing another blow to the Congress-led United Democratic Front in Kerala, the Left Democratic Front candidate on Tuesday romped home in the by-election to the Lok Sabha from the constituency that encompasses the State ...

    Narayan Rane romps home; Priya Dutt wins
    The Congress has now reduced the gap between it and NCP to just two seats

    Fate of abducted driver unknown
    NEW DELHI: The Taliban in Afghanistan has claimed that it has killed the kidnapped Border Roads Organisation (BRO) driver, Ramankutty Maniappan, Reuters news agency said in a report from Kandahar on Tuesday night. No confirmation ...

    SHOOTING FROM THE HIP
    Cricket can learn from American football
    Unfortunately the errors keep coming, bloopers that change the course of the contest

    CRICKET
    Rain washes out third One-dayer
    CHENNAI:

    Jayalalithaa seeks repatriation of 39 Tamil youth from UAE
    Describes their plight in letter to Manmohan Singh, asks him to intervene

    It pours disappointment in stadium
    CHENNAI: Cricket fans witnessed India and South Africa battle an evidently mightier opponent at the M.A.Chidambaram stadium on Tuesday. It was a complete victory for the rain that played spoilsport, disappointing several thousands of cricket ...

    Municipalities told not to act against State's interests
    Dharam Singh defends Government's action in superseding Belgaum City Corporation

    Resounding victory for LDF in bypoll
    Pannian Ravindran wins by 74,200 votes; poll debacle a lethal blow to both UDF and BJP

    Move to ensure better use of Passport Cells
    TIRUCHI: Perplexed by the poor public patronage of the District Passport Cells, opened in district headquarters to receive passport applications, officials of the Regional Passport Office are now making concerted efforts to encourage applicants ...

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