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    Court disqualifies 13 U.P. legislators
    Setback to Mulayam Singh Government

    I enjoy majority: Mulayam
    LUCKNOW: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mulayam Singh Yadav on Wednesday said his Government enjoyed majority in the Assembly despite the Supreme Court order. Mr. Yadav said he was ready to prove his majority on the floor of the House again when ...

    India, Russia, China agree cooperation holds the key
    ``U.N. an appropriate instrument for promoting a multi-polar world order''

    CRICKET
    Zaheer-inspired Indians draw level


    CRICKET
    Praise for Dhoni, Zaheer
    Rahul Dravid crosses the 10,000-run mark in ODIs

    TENNIS
    Error-prone Sania struggles past Sucha
    BANGALORE: Sania Mirza's matches are studies in tennis schizophrenia. The good and the bad remarkably balance each other. The squeaky clean winners are not without the most horrendous of errors. The psychological fragilities are not without ...

    NATIONAL GAMES
    Kerala's Arunjith sprints to a double
    GUWAHATI: It was a hard and frustrating day for the athletes. For the rain, which hit the city in all its fury on Wednesday, turned upside down the fourth day's proceedings of the athletic events of the 33rd National Games at the Indira Gandhi ...

    Cauvery: all-party meet on Monday
    It will be held under the chairmanship of Chief Minister

    Tributes to Rangarajan
    NEW DELHI: Defence Minister A.K.Antony has condoled the death of S. Rangarajan, Chairman of Kasturi and Sons Limited, proprietors of The Hindu group of publications. In a message to Ramesh Rangarajan, Director of The Hindu and ...

    Abdul Qayyum remanded
    MUMBAI: : Abdul Qayyum, who was arrested by the City crime branch on Tuesday, was produced before a special court which remanded him to police custody till February 28. Qayyum was charged under the Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act. He ...

    Ambareesh quits Ministry, Lok Sabha
    Move likely to strengthen Cauvery agitation

    Ministry issues show-cause to Nimbus
    For not sharing live feed of first two ODIs with Prasar Bharati

    Ban orders at Singur set aside
    High Court cites abuse of power

    83 p.c. vote in Manipur second phase Assembly poll
    Braving rain, people line up at booths; voting time extended

    Lawyers to boycott court proceedings today
    CHENNAI: Alleging high-handed behaviour by a senior officer of the Chennai police, Madras High Court advocates resolved to boycott court proceedings on Thursday. The extraordinary general body meeting of the Madras High Court Advocates ...

    Relief for CBSE students this year
    This is about a lakh more than last year

    Supreme Court shifts monkey business to Delhi High Court
    NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Wednesday put an end to longstanding "monkey business" by shifting the responsibility to the Delhi High Court to decide the fate of 300 monkeys kept by the Delhi Government after Madhya Pradesh turned down a plea ...

    J&K Legislative Council adopts the Shariat Bill
    Uniform application of Personal Law

    Drugs smuggled from India seized
    NEW DELHI: Belgian officials at Antwerp have seized around 1.2 tonnes of high-quality hashish being smuggled from Mumbai to Canada. The consignment, valued at Rs. 6 crore in the domestic market, was concealed in a container on board the ship ...

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