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Differences remain on testing, fuel guarantees
Death for 3 AIADMK men in Dharmapuri bus burning case
They have committed the murder in an inhuman way only for political career: judge
Irfan Pathan likely to get a game
VISAKHAPATNAM: The new ACA-VDCA stadium is situated on the outskirts of this coastal city behind a cluster of hillocks, past giant hoardings featuring sartorially-challenged matinee idols and a little way off the dusty National Highway that ...
Morning dew could be a factor
Zaheer's omission from the team definitely acted as a wake-up call, writes Tom Moody
Sania Mirza finally runs out of steam
BANGALORE: In sport, the only certainties are the uncertainties. In tennis, the sheer suddenness of momentum shifts and steep dips in mental fortitude are hard to comprehend, let alone digest. After playing a scorcher of a tie-break in the first ...
Veerdhaval Khade signs off in style
GUWAHATI: He began in style and ended with a flourish. Veerdhaval Khade of Maharashtra opened the swimming competition of the 33rd National Games by winning the first gold medal. And on the final day he brought the curtains down on a week of ...
Third judge orders re-poll in 98 wards
Justice Misra passes strictures against State Election Commissioner
CPI(M) opposes President's rule
NEW DELHI: Trouble seems to be brewing for the Mulayam Singh Government with the Centre considering the option of imposing President's rule in U.P. However, the Congress party's project of getting rid of the Government has run into frontal ...
Coast Guard to intensify patrolling along `sensitive stretches'
Vigilance stepped up after seizure of LTTE boat laden with explosives
Students pay homage to bus burning victims
Judgment shows truth and justice will prevail; it will also deter such politically motivated acts, they say "When students are called the pillars of the country, why should such heartless acts happen?"
GPS to track deer at Guindy National Park
CHENNAI: When the annual deer census begins at the Guindy National Park in the first week of May, high-tech means will be used to track the deer population. The Wildlife department will make extensive use of navigational and mapping tools such ...
End of an ordeal for families
They feel judgment will serve as a warning to criminals
Milk for children: but how practical?
Scheme to provide eggs to children has been put on hold
Sigh of relief for investigators
They had to face a hostile political climate and criticism from the judiciary and the media before tying up the loose ends of the case
A window to innovations in electronics
Sharp Corporation's Technology Hall tells story of path-breaking inventions
Alarm bells ringing over runaway prices
Government not doing enough, charge allies as well as Opposition parties
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