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Names of more Members of Parliament crop up
TRS chief denies charge
HYDERABAD: Telangana Rashtra Samithi president K. Chandrasekhar Rao has denied having any association with Mohan Murthy, who is alleged to have mediated with the former in establishing contact with Sunder Lal Yadav, arrested in connection with ...
Lara plays his final innings
CHENNAI: A full-house Kensington Oval gave Brian Lara a rousing reception as he walked in to bat for the final time in international cricket during the World Cup Super Eight clash between the West Indies and England in Bridgetown on Saturday. ...
PSLV-C8: final countdown begins
Launch is set for 3.30 p.m. on Monday from the second launch pad
`Suspect' identified in Woolmer case
KINGSTON/LONDON: After weeks of investigations, the Bob Woolmer murder case has shown signs of a breakthrough with a British daily claiming on Saturday that a suspect had been identified. Digital enhancement of security camera footage from ...
Windies comes good in Lara's swansong
England bowlers flounder
Another annihilation by Australia
Only New Zealand opener Peter Fulton offered any resistance
Federer cruises into final
MONTE CARLO: : Roger Federer applied the power after he trailed early on then throttled into his second consecutive final at the Monte Carlo Masters on Saturday. The Swiss top seed extended his mastery over two-time winner Juan Carlos Ferrero, ...
Has an era of superfast colour printing come?
Edgeline technology launched by HP spat out prints at 60 to 70 pages a minute
"Curbing inflation not at cost of growth"
Chidambaram says Indians must be willing to swallow some bitter medicine
`Grievance day' programme for the disabled
CHENNAI: A `grievance hearing day' for the physically challenged organised for the first time at the Chennai Corporation on Saturday drew a good response with over 300 persons submitting petitions. A good number of the petitions came from ...
Man hacked to death in public view
Assailants dragged him out of his car and killed him on busy road
CPI's call to review support to UPA
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Communist party of India (CPI) general secretary A.B. Bardhan has said the Left parties will have to do a collective rethink on the support being extended to the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) Government after the Uttar ...
Engineering student shot at in college
Majlis MLA's gunman overpowers accused student; police rule out ragging angle
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