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    Narmada dam talks deadlocked
    Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi plans to go on 51-hour fast from today

    Jaish militants arrested for Srinagar blasts
    Night-long police operation

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    Team India signs off with a flourish
    Sreesanth bags 'Man of the Match'award, 'Yuvraj is 'Man of the Series'

    Dravid all praise for his boys
    INDORE: "It is always nice to end with a win, and the fact that we won the game convincingly chasing 289 was excellent. The spirit and the attitude the boys have shown has been the biggest plus. The way we fought back from the loss of the Mumbai ...

    Doubts over Geneva talks
    Violence and standoff over rebel sea passage cause uncertainty

    AIADMK will get majority: Jayalalithaa
    Chief Minister claims she has fulfilled promises made to the people

    Chennai police chief to be shifted
    Election Commission asks State Government to submit a panel of three names

    Delhi police pick up over dozen persons
    NEW DELHI: Even as normality returned to the Walled City area after two bomb explosions in the Jama Masjid complex on Friday, the Delhi police on Saturday picked up over a dozen people for questioning. However, no arrests have been made. Amid ...

    Kunhalikutty slams PDP, Jama-at support for LDF
    Says Jama-at has limited support base and PDP votes will split

    Controversy on Yellampalli snowballs
    Government seeks criminal action against Telugu Desam Party leaders

    Counterfeit notes thriving in city
    A sizeable quantity of notes is believed to have originated from the Gulf

    Over a dozen picked up for Jama Masjid blasts
    Security stepped up in and around the mosque as life returns to normal

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