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    EC removes Punjab police chief
    Action follows Akali Dal's complaint

    Trilateral meet next month
    India, Russia, China discussions will be substantive now

    Sri Lankan Army claims more gains
    No word from the LTTE on the fall of Vaharai

    ODI feed: all options open
    NEW DELHI: With just hours to go for the start of the India-West Indies cricket series, public broadcaster Prasar Bharati on Saturday night said it was "exploring all options" to get the match feed from the rights holder Nimbus. "We are ...

    NEWS ANALYSIS
    The process of weakening LTTE
    COLOMBO: With the fall of Vaharai to the military and the effective blockade in Batticaloa, the LTTE has lost its claim to being the "sole representative" of Tamils in Sri Lanka. The process of weakening the Tigers, which began with the ...

    Hillary Clinton announces bid
    NEW YORK: Democratic Senator Hillary Clinton on Saturday took the first step toward a 2008 White House bid that could make her the first woman President of the United States, she announced on her website. ...

    ``Armed struggle has created only graveyards''
    ISLAMABAD: In significant remarks, the leader of the moderate faction of the Hurriyat, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, has called for an end to armed struggle to resolve the Kashmir issue as it has only created "more graveyards" and said the dialogue ...

    Ahmed scraps polls
    DHAKA: As the country's political future remained in limbo, President Iajuddin Ahmed on Saturday cancelled the now-deferred January 22 polls, a day after Bangladesh's new interim government decided to scrap the general elections. ``The ...

    Bollywood-style happy ending for Shilpa Shetty
    TV viewers vote to evict Jade Goody from Big Brother show

    When reality television turned unexpectedly serious
    Celebrity Big Brother hurts — until the channel bows to political and financial pressure

    Two killed in ULFA-triggered explosion
    The deceased and the injured were Hindi-speaking

    State Government urges Centre to rewrite Constitution afresh
    Seeks amendments to ensure that power to levy service tax is with States

    INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
    Now, pay bills from your mobile
    PayMate covers 8 out of 10 e-biz sites

    CRICKET
    It's Mission World Cup for both teams
    Tendulkar to bat in middle order; West Indies to give chance to youngsters

    CRICKET
    BCCI to stage domestic Twenty20
    CHENNAI: As expected, the BCCI's Technical Committee, which met here on Saturday, adopted the ICC's guidelines for staging a domestic Twenty20 tournament. "We've decided to play the domestic Twenty20 either in the last week of March or the ...

    A meaningless tournament
    Neither team wants a Wayne Rooney scenario, but who will be held responsible if it crops up? asks VIVIAN RICHARDS

    Green signal for `Reach-1' of metro rail
    Rs. 138.55-crore contract given to a Hyderabad-based company

    TENNIS
    Rafael Nadal gets past Stanislas Wawrinka
    Fernando Gonzalez beats Lleyton Hewitt to advance to the fourth round

    Rs.6,950-crore annual Plan for State
    State's Eleventh Five Year Plan outlay pegged at Rs.40,422 crore

    Long-awaited metro rail for city
    Cabinet clears Rs. 8,760-crore project; to be operational by March, 2009

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