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    Dengue death toll crosses 100
    6 deaths in Delhi on single day

    RTI cannot be privilege of a few: PM
    Receives citizens' memorandum demanding that no changes be made in the Act

    Insurgents observe black day in Tripura
    AGARTALA: Security was beefed up in Tripura on Sunday as insurgent groups, including the National Liberation Front of Tripura and the All-Tripura Tiger Force, observed a ``black day'' to protest the State's inclusion in Indian territory on ...

    A momentous birthday for President Kalam
    Rekindles spirit of tribal development

    Divisions over curbs
    China for prudent measures

    Supreme Court fiat to High Courts
    "Do not interfere with the functions of subordinate judges"

    "Wage board to be set up soon"
    KANPUR: : A new wage board for journalists and non-journalists working for newspapers and news agencies would be constituted soon, Union Minister of State for Labour and Employment Chandra Sekhar Sahu said on Sunday. Mr. Sahu told reporters ...

    CPI(M) charge against DMK
    "It unleashed violence during phase I"

    Second phase relatively peaceful
    CHENNAI: The second phase of local body elections in Chennai's suburbs on Sunday was relatively peaceful. After the violence that vitiated the first phase two days ago, the suburbs remained tense since morning. But to the relief of many, ...

    CRICKET
    India gets the better of England
    JAIPUR: It is not often that a team begins its chase in a one-day match even before the break. But England went through this ignominy of coming out to defend a target that was never going to make India's strong batting line-up fret at any stage. ...

    Kiwis suffer a big blow, Bond to miss match


    TENNIS
    Davydenko triumphs
    MOSCOW: Top seed Nikolay Davydenko beat Davis Cup teammate Marat Safin 6-4, 5-7, 6-4 in an all-Russian Kremlin Cup final on Sunday to complete a unique double for the host country. Earlier, in another all-Russian affair unseeded Anna ...

    FOOTBALL
    Chelsea pays a heavy price for Reading win
    LONDON: Chelsea lost two goalkeepers to head injuries in a 1-0 win over Reading in the English Premier League on Saturday. Petr Cech was carried off in the first minute after he collided with Reading's Stephen Hunt. Cech's replacement Carlo ...

    ATHLETICS
    Kenyans run away with glory
    NEW DELHI: Francis Kibiwott and Lineth Chepkirui made Kenya proud by winning the $150,000 Hutch Delhi half marathon men's and women's titles respectively at the Nehru Stadium here on Sunday. Kibiwott grabbed the lead early on from defending ...

    Church council lists out `offending clauses' in professional colleges Act
    THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Inter-Church Council for Education has written to Chief Minister V.S. Achuthanandan seeking deletion of the provisions in the Kerala Professional Colleges or Institutions (Prohibition of Capitation Fee, Regulation of ...

    Stranded Air India passengers return
    Upset over airline's response

    SEZ land acquisition controversy hots up
    Farmers vow to resist it with all their might

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