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  • From the Print Edition
    OBC reservation case for larger apex court Bench
    Questions of law and interpretation of Constitution involved

    `Soft edict' against Dera provokes Sikh groups
    Protesters attack Dera Sacha Sauda campuses

    It all depends on court: Arjun
    NEW DELHI: Implemen-tation of quota in elite educational institutions for the Other Backward Classes is possible from the current year but it depends on the Supreme Court, Human Resource Development Minister Arjun Singh said here on Thursday. ...

    Punjab seeks Central forces
    CHANDIGARH: : The Punjab Government requested the Union Government on Thursday for 50 companies of Central forces to be deployed in sensitive areas. According to a statement quoting an official spokesperson, Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal ...

    Court rejects plea for CBI probe
    Andhra Pradesh, Rajasthan should cooperate with Gujarat police: Bench

    Manmohan backs quota for upper castes
    `Quality gap between public, private school education needs to be bridged'

    Government rules out review of Sethu project
    Studies have shown that there was no manmade structure: T.R. Baalu No manmade structure, says Baalu

    Supreme Court refuses to stay CET abolition
    NEW DELHI:

    CRICKET
    Cook injects life into a dull day
    LONDON: The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh came to Lord's for the start of the first Test on Thursday but it was hardly a Royal occasion. England eased its way to 200 for three against as inept a display of quick bowling as you will see ...

    CRICKET
    India starts as overwhelming favourite
    CHITTAGONG: Bangladesh has played 44 Tests and won just one. The dismal record looks all the more bleak when you take away the matches against Zimbabwe. The record then reads 35 losses in 36 Tests with one draw. The draw happened in the West ...

    FOOTBALL
    Sevilla crowned champion
    Glasgow: Sevilla goalkeeper Andres Palop saved three penalty kicks in a 3-1 shootout win over Espanyol after a 2-2 draw in the UEFA Cup final on Wednesday. The teams were 1-1 after 90 minutes and 2-2 following 30 minutes of extra time before ...

    TENNIS
    Nadal wins revenge match with Andreev
    HAMBURG: Rafael Nadal hurtled to his 79th success in his record-breaking clay court winning streak and in the process avenged himself on the last man to beat him on this surface. Nadal won 6-4, 6-1 against Igor Andreev, who beat him in April ...

    No change in engineering fee in unaided colleges
    Managements reject Mohammed panel's decision

    50.64 per cent clear second year PU examination
    Dakshina Kannada tops the list with 80.33 pass percentage

    CET issue: Supreme Court says it cannot interfere this year
    High Court ruling on abolition of Common Entrance Test upheld

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