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    Kumaraswamy wins trust vote
    Tally is 138-66 after 14 hours of spirited debate; Dharam Singh insisted on division

    Chief Minister's father-in-law passes away
    BANGALORE: Karnataka Chief Minister H.D. Kumaraswamy got a sad news immediately after he won the vote of confidence in the Assembly. His father-in-law T.C.Sitaram (68), a retired district surgeon, passed away. Dr.Sitaram, a former ...

    France offers to take back toxic waste
    Inventory to be submitted to panel today

    Spotted deer find new pastures in Chennai
    CHENNAI: The Guindy National Park and the Indian Institute of Technology-Madras campus are not the only two places where you can see spotted deer roaming in Chennai. They are found in at least in a dozen more spots in the city and its ...

    TENNIS
    Sania shocks sixth-seeded Pennetta
    PARIS: After her average Australian Open campaign, Sania Mirza finally found her rhythm as the Indian tennis ace upset World No 16 and sixth seed Italian Flavia Pennetta 6-2, 7-6 (5) to storm into the second round of the $600,000 WTA Open Gaz de ...

    Jayalalithaa concedes several demands of government staff
    Benefits will cost the exchequer over Rs. 1,000 crore a year

    Grand spectacle unfolds at Shravanabelagola
    First Mahamastakabhisheka of the millennium to the monolithic statue leaves pilgrims spellbound

    Photo I-card must for polls
    2.07 crore voters in draft voters' list, says Tandon

    Government tightens phone-tapping norms
    These come in the wake of complaints by Amar Singh

    YSR meets Manmohan, takes up State issues
    Chief Minister seeks regulator to determine natural gas cost and Central policy on supporting FAB city projects

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