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16 killed in Quetta suicide attack
Nearly 30 wounded, some critically
Emphatic win for India, Ganguly Man of the Series
CHENNAI: Half-centuries by Robin Uthappa, Sourav Ganguly, and Yuvraj Singh powered India to a series-clinching triumph in the fourth One Day International against Sri Lanka in Visakhapatnam on Saturday. The seven-wicket victory helped India ...
Yuvraj guides India to series victory
Santangelo to meet Shvedova
BANGALORE: Mara Santangelo is not the one to rush to for quick advice. The drawling Italian struggled to coherently account for a 50-minute match a tad quick for someone who takes that much for half a game. She finally managed to drawl ...
Gobindra Bora helps Assam clinch gold
GUWAHATI: : It was one gold that Assam had been seeking right from the start of the 33rd National Games in football. And though in suspense for more than two hours, it was a sweet end to the dreams of the home side and its legion of ...
Mulayam dares Centre to dismiss him
Says he will prove majority on floor of House; calls meet of party functionaries
Enforcing helmet laws the road ahead
Two-wheelers form a big proportion of vehicles on Indian roads. It is well-established that helmets for riders as well as pillion-riders save lives. Tamil Nadu has paid a heavy price for not making helmet-wearing compulsory.
Thar Express back on track
JAIPUR: The train service between Munabao in Rajasthan's Barmer district and Khokhrapar in Pakistan's Sindh Province was resumed on Saturday after a gap of six months. 71 passengers The Thar Express, which ...
SP will move court if Government is sacked
LUCKNOW: The Samajwadi Party will approach the Supreme Court if its Government is dismissed by the Centre and President's rule imposed in Uttar Pradesh. At a press conference here on Saturday, Advocate-General S.M.A. Kazmi said those who were ...
Arms smuggling routes being identified
Police obtain inputs on procurement network for LTTE in Tamil Nadu
Mob sets ablaze police post over custodial killing
JAMMU: Furious over the alleged custodial death of a person, a mob on Saturday set ablaze a police post and two security vehicles in Jammu district, prompting the police to open fire in the air to disperse the agitators. On hearing of the ...
Opus Dei now plans film fightback to Dan Brown
Robert De Niro may have role in planned production
View `animated' 3-D cricket on the Web
Cricinfo beefs up its commentary with ball-by-ball action
Smarter phone for executives on the move
New Blackberry Pearl builds on its `productive' image, throws in `fun' features to woo young users
67 Chennai wards set for polling today
Videographing in "sensitive" boothsMechanism in place to file complaints
All Chennai autorickshaws to switch over to LPG within a year
2,500-strong MTC fleet to follow suit the year after
Minister firm on removing land encroachments
Also vows to clear structures on water bodies
Decks cleared for MCD elections
L-G notifying 272 newly created wards of the civic body
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