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    British sailors freed; it's a gift, says Ahmadinejad
    London did not tell the truth that it made a mistake, he says

    Manmohan, Aziz discuss gas pipeline
    Satisfaction over technical-level talks

    Chappell not to seek extension
    CHENNAI: Coach Greg Chappell has decided not to seek an extension of his contract with the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). His announcement comes ahead of the crucial BCCI meeting in Mumbai on April 6 and 7 where, among other ...

    SAARC calls for convention on international terrorism
    Iran was formally accorded "observer status" by the regional grouping

    Edible oil, pulses supply through fair price shops
    Chief Minister to launch scheme on April 14

    Net browsing centres for all local libraries
    CHENNAI: The State Government is considering opening Internet browsing centres in every local library, School Education Minister Thangam Thennarasu told the Assembly on Wednesday. Noting that the Government had announced in the Budget its ...

    Jayawardene and Tharanga anchor Sri Lanka
    ST. PETER'S: Sri Lanka was dismissed for 235 off the last ball of the 50th over by England in Wednesday's Super Eight match here at the Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Ground. The innings mimicked a pendulum after Michael Vaughan elected to bowl ...

    Opening batsmen driving top teams ahead
    Hayden, Jayasuriya, Smith and Fleming have been firing on all cylinders at the World Cup

    Colombo: Sea Tigers' headquarters destroyed
    LTTE alleges Air Force bombed civilian areas in Puthukudiyiruppu

    Fashion designer freed
    HOUSTON: Indian-born fashion designer Anand Jon, charged last month with multiple counts of rape, has been released from an immigration court. Anand Jon had been held in lieu of a $ 1.3-million bail but attorney Ronald Richards was able to ...

    Delhi goes to the polls today
    NEW DELHI: With campaigning for the Municipal Corporation of Delhi elections coming to a close at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, the stage is all set for casting of votes on Thursday to decide the fate of 2,575 candidates who are in the race for 272 seats ...

    Bhagwandas hearing put off
    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Supreme Court on Wednesday adjourned for two weeks the hearing on a petition questioning the appointment of Rana Bhagwandas as the Acting Chief Justice after the Government sought time to file its reply. The Government ...

    B.K. Chandrashekar all set to be Council Chairman
    JD(S), BJP refrain from fielding candidate for the post

    Probe valid: Centre
    NEW DELHI: The Centre on Wednesday told the Supreme Court that its direction to the CBI for conducting a preliminary inquiry into the ``disproportionate assets'' of the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mulayam Singh and his family members was in ...

    BJP withdraws controversial campaign CD for U.P. polls
    Leadership washes its hands of the affair

    A vulture in limbo
    Bird flu fears halt Thai plans

    A snake Googled
    NEW YORK: An employee's three-foot python went missing over the weekend in Google's sprawling Manhattan office, sending search teams on an all-out snake hunt. The searchers finally found the serpent, known as Kaiser, on Monday night. "A snake ...

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