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Outrage during Friday prayers; four die in police firing
Centre in touch with Andhra Pradesh
NEW DELHI: The Centre on Friday said it was keeping a close watch on the situation arising out of the bomb blasts in Hyderabad. The Centre has despatched a team of forensic experts to Hyderabad and placed the Rapid Action Forces contingent, ...
One killed, 15 hurt in Punjab town
Life limping back to normal in Bathinda, where violence broke out
CBI to probe Dinakaran office attack case
CHENNAI: The Special Crimes Branch of the Central Bureau of Investigation is to investigate the case relating to the May 9 attack on Dinakaran and "Sun TV" office premises in Madurai in which three persons died. The notification has been ...
Another blast rocks Guwahati, 13 hurt
13 injured as bomb goes off in crowded area; fourth explosion in city
Sentencing begins in Mumbai blasts case
5 persons get three-year jail term for smuggling contraband
Inflation slips to 5.44 p.c.
NEW DELHI: In what may be viewed as some respite for the UPA Government completing its third year in office and for Finance Minister P. Chidambaram, the rate of inflation slid for the third week in a row to its four-month low of 5.44 per cent ...
Indians progress well as Bangladesh fails to capitalise on thrilling start
CHITTAGONG: The old guard gave a firm reminder to the world that they still retain the fire and the passion that drove them to such glorious heights in international cricket. True, the opposition was Bangladesh, not a great force to reckon with ...
Sit down and sort out the problems
BANGALORE: Prakash Padukone believes that the simmering discontent in India's badminton circles can be sorted out. Padukone, who had maintained a studied silence over the issue, finally spoke his mind on Friday. "I don't see it as being such a ...
England batsmen pile it on
LONDON: Matt Prior, an unknown cricketer, became an instant hero to the British sporting public on Friday night when he hit the first hundred by an England Test wicketkeeper on debut, on the second day of the first Test against West Indies. What ...
Five abducted fishermen return to Rameswaram
RAMANATHAPURAM: Five of the 12 Kanyakumari fishermen, who were reportedly abducted by the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) in March, reached Rameswaram on Friday. They were identified as Dhavayus, Joseph Dhavayus, Kingslin, Albert and ...
Many Metrowater projects on anvil
19 of marriage party die in accident
Bus collides with a goods vehicle in which the victims were travelling
Self-financing issue to be solved through talks: VS
Says all managements are not mere profit-mongers
`Bomb was sophisticated'
Chief Minister calls on victims at Osmania General Hospital
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