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HAPPY AYUDHA POOJA

Our office will remain closed today on account of Ayudha Pooja and there will be no edition dated 02nd October 2006. The News Updates of The Hindu will resume on Monday morning.

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  • From the Print Edition
    ISI hand in 7/11 Mumbai blasts, say police
    Blasts on trains planned, executed through LeT, Jaish; many militants received training in Pakistan

    Diversionary tactics, says Pakistan
    Such allegations will have negative impact on bilateral ties: Islamabad

    Paper size and print area reduction
    With effect from the issue of October 3, 2006, the format of The Hindu will migrate to the National Industry Standard Size. That is to say, as a consequence of web width (physical paper size) reduction, the print area will be reduced from ...

    Manmohan retraces Mahatma's journey
    "I am awed and humbled to be at the spot where an ordinary young lawyer was transformed into a legend"

    Pressure cookers were used in Mumbai train blasts: police
    Packed with RDX and ammonium nitrate, they were taken in carry bags to Churchgate station

    ``Cheema has set up IED centre''
    LeT uses explosives experts to train militants

    Manmohan leaves for South Africa
    His itinerary includes meeting with President Thabo Mbeki

    INTERVIEW
    "Medical progress must be measured by how we treat the least of our brethren"
    Dr. Abraham Verghese, best-selling author ofMy Own Countryand Director of the Center for Medical Humanities and Ethics, University of Texas, was in India to participate in a two-day conference on clinical ethics. Excerpts from an interview with C.K. Meena:

    INTERNATIONAL
    16 LTTE cadres killed in encounter at Pillumale post
    LTTE claims that the STF carried out an ambush in Batticaloa

    Woman leader in French race
    Presidential candidate combines family values with civic duty

    State-specific rehabilitation package for farmers: Minister
    It includes schemes for irrigation and watershed development

    CRICKET
    Chance for hopefuls to catch the eye
    Chennai: Sourav Ganguly alighted from the lift and strode down to the hotel lobby. He soon flashed a friendly smile while his eyes picked out the tastefully arranged kolu dolls. "Is the Durga Puja happening here too?" he asked. The former ...

    F-1 RACING
    Perfect setting for a riveting race
    The track layout in Shanghai is a demanding mix of straights, turns and hairpins, writes Narain Karthikeyan

    Elephants take centre stage
    Three of the 12 taking part in the `Jumboo Savari' are celebrities of sorts

    INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
    Intel to introduce four-in-one PC chips
    They will offer a 70 p.c. improvement in performance over dual core equivalents

    Listen to Net radio on your mobile phone
    General Packet Radio works on GSM or CDMA

    4.76 lakh candidates in the fray
    8,400 nominations rejected; over hundred applications still under scrutiny

    Priests roped in to check chikungunya
    Over 1,200 temples, 600 mosques and 450 churches to be covered

    Jairam Ramesh moots infrastructure corporation for north-east region
    Asks Manipur Government to hand over NH 39 to BRO

    BUSINESS
    UWB to operate as IDBI from Oct. 3
    Central Government sanctions amalgamation of the banks

    LKB, Centurion Bank of Punjab merger proposal put to vote
    The voting results will be announced on October 3

    Package inadequate: Achuthanandan
    Government to submit a project to the Centre seeking assistance for Idukki, Alappuzha

    No takers for 6,200 engineering seats
    They will now go back to private college managements

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