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    Prices of fuel cut to check inflation
    Petrol, diesel cheaper by Rs. 2 and Re. 1 a litre

    Six U.P. Ministers resign
    LUCKNOW: Six Ministers of the Samajwadi Party Government in Uttar Pradesh resigned on Thursday, a day after the Supreme Court disqualified 13 MLAs of the Loktantrik Bahujan Dal, a breakaway faction of the Bahujan Samaj Party. Of the 13 MLAs, ...

    Sensational seizures deepen anxieties
    LTTE exploits Tamil Nadu links, operates deadly two-way traffic across the Palk Strait

    TENNIS
    Sania survives initial hiccups
    BANGALORE:

    CRICKET
    India has not settled on its cast


    NATIONAL GAMES
    A memorable day for Preeja Sreedharan
    GUWAHATI:

    NATIONAL GAMES
    Delhi bags tennis double


    28 accused found guilty in bus burning case
    3 committed serious offences; punishment to be specified today

    Doordarshan to telecast live Vizag ODI
    NEW DELHI: Doordarshan will telecast live the fourth and last match of the current India-Sri Lanka one-day cricket series to be played in Visakhapatnam on February 17. The public broadcaster got the right to do so following a Delhi High Court ...

    Two Hizbul militants killed
    JAMMU: : Two Hizb-ul Mujahideen militants, including a tehsil commander, were on Thursday gunned down in Gulabgarh area of Jammu and Kashmir's Udhampur district, defence sources said. In a joint operation, troops of the 59 Rashtriya Rifles ...

    Mumbai blasts: prosecution seeks death sentence for 44
    Those who face death sentence include three brothers of Tiger Memon

    Kerala challenges quashing of Coke ban
    Apex court admits SLP, no interim order

    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 ...

    Havens for frogs in peril
    Scientists seek to save them from killer fungus

    Inflation soars to 6.73 per cent
    NEW DELHI: Tight monetary policy and various fiscal checks notwithstanding, the point-to-point inflation soared to yet another new high of 6.73 per cent for the week ended February 3, putting the UPA Government in a spot with polling in two ...

    Centre for Science and Environment demands imposition of cess on diesel cars
    Seeks incentives for public transport buses that pollute less

    Mangalore-Abu Dhabi flight inaugurated
    MANGALORE: Air India Express, the low cost airline of Air India, started its Abu Dhabi-Muscat-Mangalore and Mangalore-Abu Dhabi-Muscat service from Thursday. With this, Mangalore is connected to two more locations in West Asia. The city had ...

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