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    Terror strikes Mumbai, over 147 killed
    Local trains targeted; explosions in first class compartments; 439 injured; commuters forced to walk

    `It felt like large stones were pelting down on the train roof'

    Manmohan condemns attacks, appeals for calm
    Lashkar hand suspected; objective is to raise communal violence

    Inhuman acts: President
    NEW DELHI: President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam has condemned the Mumbai serial blasts and grenade attacks in Srinagar on Tuesday. "Such inhuman acts are condemnable out rightly and persons responsible for this should be brought to book at the ...

    Mumbai will prevail: Deshmukh
    MUMBAI: Maharashtra Chief Minister Vilasrao Deshmukh said on Tuesday that the serial blasts that ripped through the suburban trains would not affect the routine functioning of the city. Schools and colleges would run as usual. ``Mumbai will ...

    FOOTBALL
    Rome comes alive in the heat of the night
    ROME: Italy's jubilant World Cup winners arrived back home with the coveted trophy on Monday amid a welter of excitement in Rome as fans prepared an emotional reception on the streets of the capital. The team's plane touched down at a ...

    FOOTBALL
    Materazzi admits to insulting Zidane
    Denies calling the French star a `terrorist'

    FOOTBALL
    Marcello Lippi: a master tactician
    BERLIN: The story about Marcello Lippi succeeding Sir Alex Ferguson at Old Trafford was slapped down as soon as it appeared last week, but its ring of authenticity was supplied by the belief that Ferguson rates Lippi above all other managers of ...

    FOCUS ON SAFETY
    This tool checks train wheels for a `flat' !
    Solution runs on LabView data logging system from National Instruments

    People come together to help victims
    ``A nightmarish experience to see bodies''

    Kasuri, Rice discuss India-Pakistan dialogue
    No discussion on Agni-III test

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