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Left, DMK members clash
Fracas over Maritime University Bill
`ULFA planning major strikes'
GUWAHATI: The banned ULFA is planning strikes ahead of March 16, which it calls its `army day', intelligence sources claimed here on Tuesday. The ULFA has planned a series of strikes on security men and public installations on that date, the ...
Chaudhary seeks open hearing
ISLAMABAD: On a day of high drama and deep embarrassment for President Pervez Musharraf, Pakistan Chief Justice Ifthikar Chaudhary, who was removed from office last week by Gen. Musharraf, was manhandled by police, but given hero's welcome by ...
Samuels top-scores for Windies
KINGSTON: Marlon Samuels, supported by Ramnaresh Sarwan, Brian Lara, and Dwayne Smith, helped West Indies score 241 for nine in 50 overs in the opening match of the World Cup here on Tuesday. Pakistan's bowlers turned in a largely disciplined ...
Australians could get whacked in a bar, says Gavaskar
New Delhi: In a scathing reaction to Ricky Ponting's attack on him, a combative Sunil Gavaskar struck back with vengeance, saying a "hot-headed guy" might actually whack the Australian cricketers if they dared replicate their on-field behaviour ...
Milestones in the making
NEW DELHI: Many of the World Cup's record-breakers will be making their way to the ninth edition of the cricket's mega event in the Caribbean looking for another shot at glory. Sachin Tendulkar has always reserved his best for the World Cup. ...
Ponting goofs it up
Sunil Gavaskar must be grinning from one clever ear to the other. Columnists look to provoke discussion, for their words to be quoted and argued over ` chai ' before every column eventually becomes a shopping bag. Occasionally, this ...
Australia intends to start off strongly
Scotland coach talks of setting a few nerves jangling and causing a few problems
Sharath gets it right, regains title
AJMER: Sharath Kamal almost beat himself on way to regaining the men's singles crown won in 2004. Whether it was Ranbir Das in the semifinals or the defending champion Subhajit Saha in the title-match, Sharath almost buckled under the pressure of ...
`Problematic areas' around Rameswaram under scanner
Coast Guard and top police officials conduct inspection
Private detectives to keep an eye on malpractice in PU examination
150 mobile squads will check 707 examination centres in the State
INSAT-4B orbit raised
All systems functioning normally
Government's allies, foes hit out at Budget
"Huge funds for rural employment guarantee programme going down the drain"
New light on early origins of humans
160,000-year-old jawbone tells a story
Mayawati bets on Brahmin-Dalit card for U.P. polls
Upper castes and OBCs dominate list of party candidates for UP elections
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