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Positive recommendation for observer status
OBC quota issue: Tamil Nadu bandh peaceful, near-total
Chief Minister Karunanidhi terms it a grand success
"Seek people's opinion on SEZs"
Repeal Act, `Action 2007' team urges Pranab
Harrowing time for passengers
Many of them complained that alternative arrangements were not enough
Troops: Mufti hopes for quick report
PDP ends boycott of Azad Cabinet
"Provide precise definition of OBCs"
Identify universal and easily accessible social and economic parameters: Shahbuddin
Rain reduces match to 22 overs a side
Australia wins toss, puts Bangladesh in; Indian fans have a ball
England overcomes a determined Ireland
Vaughan & Co. has a lot to ponder ahead of the next match against Lanka
Windies campaign hangs in the balance
Conditions at the Providence Stadium favour Sri Lanka
SHOOTING FROM THE HIP
Drastic action need of the hour
Centre asked to intervene in Babli project issue
YSR, Naidu and other party leaders petition Prime Minister Manmohan Singh
Archaeological `windows' to buried ruins
MEXICO CITY: Archaeologists here are planning tours of otherwise inaccessible, buried ruins through glass-covered shafts looking down on the sites. Two day-long guided tours of the sites, known as "archaeological windows," are scheduled for ...
Blind spiders halt mining project
A $10-billion mining project in Western Australia has been blocked by government officials after the discovery of tiny, blind spider-like creatures at the site. Plans by Robe River, a subsidiary of mining giant Rio Tinto, to develop the iron ...
Attacks on Windows flaw rise
SEATTLE: Hackers have stepped up attacks on computers running some versions of Windows, a day after Microsoft disclosed a hole related to the mouse cursor. Microsoft sent out an advisory on Thursday warning customers that a vulnerability in ...
SMS bar for Cambodian polls
PHNOM PENH: Cambodia switched off mobile phone text messaging services on Saturday to maintain what the Government called a two-day "tranquillity period," and to keep voters from being flooded with campaign messages during weekend local ...
Quota: Paswan warns of countrywide social unrest
Reservation for OBCs in higher educational institutions should not be delayed
Arjun Singh faces JNU students' wrath
Anti-reservation group shouts slogans at the Union Minister on the campus
Siddaramaiah, supporters arrested
Gram panchayat members oppose bid to lay foundation stone
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