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Each victim may get Rs. 7 lakh
"Colombo studying Indian Panchayat model"
Rajapaksa inaugurates first Asian Mayors' conference in Dehra Dun
Surging oil prices erode growth, says Chidambaram
Oil producers exploiting consumer nations
Pakistan "eagerly awaiting" visit by Manmohan Singh
It will give us an opportunity to resolve issues, says Foreign Minister Khurshid Kasuri
Kemp, Hall script South Africa's comeback
CAPE TOWN: South Africa staged a jailbreak at Newlands. Justin Kemp and Andrew Hall orchestrated a remarkable comeback, and then the pacemen choked the Indians. India lacked killer instinct on the field. The host was reeling at 76 for six, and ...
Collingwood, Pietersen keep battle alive
Collingwood's bravado cost him a centuryStrauss was once again done in by the hook shotPonting did not field because of a bad back
India books berth to Perth
HYDERABAD: Buoyed by a dozen aces, five games won at love on service, and one while wresting his opponent's, Rohan Bopanna enabled victory against Chinese Taipei in the Asian Hopman Cup final and India's passage to Perth for the grand finale. ...
Patience must not be mistaken for weakness: Karunanidhi
"No intention to adopt a confrontationist approach towards Kerala Government"
Security in banks far from satisfactory
CHENNAI: Security in banks in Triplicane district, which has one of the highest concentration of bank branches in the city, is far from satisfactory, a police study has found. An analysis of the questionnaire circulated among bankers in the ...
Prithvi trial put off due to technical snags
CHENNAI: An almost simultaneous launch of two Prithvi missiles, with one intercepting the other in mid-flight and destroying it, which should have taken place off the Orissa coast on Sunday, has been postponed due to technical snags, according ...
Rajnath Singh re-elected BJP chief
Says campaign for Uttar Pradesh elections would be launched on December 24
State to urge managements to use buses to transport schoolchildren
Private transport, particularly mini-vans and autorickshaws, proving to be risky Private transport, particularly mini-vans and autorickshaws, proving to be risky
G.O. 610 to be implemented in toto
Chief Minister Rajasekhara Reddy announces sops for Government employees
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