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Tuesday, July 18, 2006
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No shifting of goal-post, President George Bush assures India
G8 Summit stands by India
"We are outraged by the barbaric terrorist acts and stand in solidarity"
Tsunami kills 86 in Indonesia
High waves lash shore after earthquake
World leaders head for Beirut as conflict spirals
Annan, Blair propose deployment of peace force in Lebanon
Pay salary to doctors for strike period: court
They are not entitled to salary beyond May 30
27 `Salva Judum' activists killed
Maoists kidnap 28 tribals in Chhattisgarh
It was a rare mixture of RDX, ammonium nitrate, fuel oil
Some "cross-border connection," local participation involved: police chief
BSF fires back at BDR along border
BALURGHAT: The Bangladesh Rifles on Monday fired at the Border Security Force at Laxminarayanpur in south Dinajpur district on the border. BSF sources said the BDR personnel fired at them first. They then retaliated firing two rounds. However, ...
First phase of counselling for MBBS/BDS ends
All 1,545 seats in State colleges allotted
Bird flu vaccine offers protection above 90%, immune response good
Bhopal laboratory is now studying the duration of protection
Test heads for draw after Strauss plays it safe
LONDON: Pakistan, invited to try and get 380 runs in 80 overs, made it clear the most the team wanted from the first Test at Lord's was a draw and in 45 overs to tea had scored just 151 for four. Matthew Hoggard snared the first two wickets and ...
Report on Tendulkar today
MUMBAI: The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is likely to receive a positive report, on Tuesday, on Sachin Tendulkar's fitness and availability for the limited over tri-series to be played Sri Lanka in mid-August. A senior ...
Time to use SWOT analysis, not swat it
It is a dominating Indian unit that one wants to watch, writes Makarand Waingankar
New Delhi to host 2011 World Cup final
New Delhi: The 2011 World Cup final will be held in Delhi, probably at a new stadium to be built by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). ``It was decided that Delhi will host the final, while the two semifinals will be shared ...
Supreme Court raps Centre for Delhi law
The law enacted by Parliament to put a moratorium on demolition and sealing of illegal premises is "wholly invalid, void... ."
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