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    Nandigram: police to be withdrawn
    Crisis in Left Front blows over

    Musharraf sees a conspiracy
    Battleground shifts to Lahore

    CRICKET
    Mashrafe Mortaza scalps four as Bangladesh bowlers restrict India
    PORT OF SPAIN: Mashrafe Mortaza made the early incisions — deep, scarring gashes — and returned to end matters. Bangladesh's left-arm twirlers inflicted pinpricks in between as India was bled dry. In its campaign opener here on ...

    CRICKET
    Convincing win for New Zealand
    GROS ISLET, St. Lucia: Scott Styris sparked England's batting collapse and then rescued New Zealand from one of its own, earning the Blacks Caps two vital points Friday in Group C. New Zealand was reeling at two wickets down for three runs ...

    CRICKET
    South Africa crushes Netherlands
    BASSETERRE, St. Kitts: Herschelle Gibbs smashed six sixes off one over Friday to set an international record and help South Africa register the third-highest winning margin at the World Cup. In a Group A match reduced to 40 overs-a-side due ...

    CRICKET
    England keen on putting defeat behind
    Match against Canada should get the campaign going for the Englishmen

    CRICKET
    Pakistan bowled out for 132
    KINGSTON: A pumped-up Ireland bowling attack made full use of a juicy pitch Saturday, bowling Pakistan out for a modest 132 in the World Cup Group D match. Boyd Rankin, a 2-meter (6-feet-7) pace bowler, claimed three for 32 while swing ...

    Chapter is closed: Lakshmanan
    I don't want any probe. I don't want to comment on Friday's incident

    Mashelkar quits panel
    MUMBAI: Scientist R.A. Mashelkar on Saturday resigned as head of a technical experts committee that looked into patents amendments. In a letter faxed to Industrial Policy and Promotion Secretary Ajay Dua, Mr. Mashelkar said he was "deeply ...

    Centre will not wriggle out of SEZs, asserts Kamal Nath
    "Nandigram was a very unfortunate incident of land acquisition"

    INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
    The best and the worst e-governed States
    IDC-Dataqueststudy places Goa at the top of a list of 20 States

    Yet another milestone for LCA
    Trial key precursor to aircraft's maiden flight

    Enact law to fix time frame for deciding criminal cases: Kalam
    This will help deliver speedy criminal justice

    INTERNATIONAL
    North Korea set to shut down key nuclear site
    Six-party talks to resume

    States told to act to curb inflation
    Tamil Nadu yet to fix stock limit for commodities: Chidambaram

    HUDCO to fund infrastructure projects
    PUDUCHERRY: The Housing and Urban Development Corporation will finance housing and infrastructure development projects to the tune Rs. 459 crore in the three enclaves of the Union Territory. The funds will be utilised for an underground ...

    It was a spirited performance
    BANGALORE: The passion of the fans was there for all to see during the performance by Iron Maiden on Saturday. Some said they had been waiting for more than a decade to listen to their idols of heavy metal and the band definitely did not ...

    MTC buses go for more comfort, safety
    They will have hydraulic doors, operated by the driver

    `Open voting' mars Council polls
    Polling peaceful barring minor incidents in Khammam and Mahabubnagar

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