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  • From the Print Edition
    Violence continues to rock Balochistan
    Family, supporters take part in funeral prayers conducted in Quetta; four killed in bomb blast

    Ayodhya: Centre for consensus on bulletproof structure
    Court adjourns proceedings by six weeks

    Dailies, satellite TV improve reach
    FM leads radio's growth; Internet usage rises: NRS 2006

    Daily newspapers reach over 200 million people, says NRS 2006
    Growth of Internet usage slower than anticipated

    India asks Iran to honour obligations
    New Delhi clarifies position on NPT, gas pipeline

    Water being drained in Barmer
    Rescue efforts stepped up as rain lets up; death toll increases to 139

    CRICKET
    `My childhood dreams have come true'



    Damaging the spirit of the game
    There is a growing tendency to challenge the laws of the game, writes Makarand Waingankar

    TENNIS
    Compelling radicals of tennis
    King is a hard act to follow. So is Agassi, writes Rohit Brijnath

    BUSINESS
    India and EU considering CECA, says Kamal Nath
    Report to be tabled at the forthcoming Helsinki summit

    BSF, BDR considering Wagha-like retreat
    Shillong coordination meeting to discuss border management

    State to be included in ultra mega power projects scheme
    Union Minister seeks detailed proposal from State Government

    Demolition of TCS textiles building begins
    More illegal structures to be brought down

    BUSINESS
    Call for special courts to try cyber crimes
    Amendments to the IT Act to come up before Parliament

    10 new Ministers in Jammu & Kashmir Cabinet
    5 each from PDP, Congress; `3 more in Cabinet at appropriate time'

    Weatherman forecasts rainy days ahead
    Cumulative rainfall for the country during monsoon so far normal but distribution highly uneven

    Instant wedding albums soon
    Seven imaging products target both professional and `dummy' users

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