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    Akal Takht rejects Dera chief's regret, wants assets sealed
    Call for bandh on Tuesday; case filed against Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh

    "No question of vacating deras"
    SIRSA: The Dera Sacha Sauda, embroiled in a bitter controversy over its head's alleged insult to Guru Gobind Singh, on Sunday refused to budge and vacate its centres in Punjab. "The question of vacating deras does not arise at all," Dera's ...

    Left wants new pension scheme put on hold
    Letter sent to Manmohan Singh

    Positive signs in talks with Nigerian captors: Government
    NEW DELHI: The Government on Sunday said there were some "positive signs" in the negotiations with abductors of two Indian nationals in Nigeria and is hoping for a solution on Monday. The negotiations are being conducted by "some private ...

    Ramadoss calls for meet of southern Chief Ministers, Prime Minister
    PMK founder-leader says conference will help to solve inter-State water disputes

    CRICKET
    It's Pietersen's turn to score a century
    England declares, sets West Indies a target of 401; Panesar picks up six wickets

    CRICKET
    Rain plays havoc with first Test
    Chances of a prompt start on Monday does not look bright either

    UPA needs course correction: Aiyar
    Says disproportionate benefit going to the classes

    Fresh violence breaks out at Singur project site
    Trinamool-led activists face tear gas, rubber bullets

    `Blast suspect was trained at Jaish camp'
    Shahid Bilal is now believed to be in Pakistan

    No evil design behind proactive naval exercises: Admiral Mehta
    "It is in our national interest to build partnerships with our neighbours"

    Vidya Ram tops class at Columbia University's journalism school
    NEW YORK: Vidya Ram, 27, from Chennai was designated the top student in the Class of 2007 of the Graduate School of Journalism of Columbia University, New York. Ms. Ram topped a list of 28 honours students in the school's M.S. programme. She ...

    INTERNATIONAL
    Bakhtiar feels isolated in party
    Controversy over hugging paragliding instructor

    INTERNATIONAL
    Vietnam Parliament election may set off political reforms
    SINGAPORE: The "fight against corruption" in Vietnam and its "integration with the world," especially the global economic system, were cited by several voters as important issues in Sunday's election to the Vietnamese National Assembly. Results ...

    Now carry your desktop in your pocket
    Software developed by I-Flapp Technologies

    Making India proud at global science fair
    Three Maharashtra students win laurels for projects

    Victoria Hospital's face-saving act
    BANGALORE: It has been almost three weeks since she was attacked by a ferocious stray dog near her house in Peenya Dasarahalli but four-year-old Swati M.R. is still a little shaken by the episode. The dog pulled out part of her left cheek, ...

    INDIA'S OLDEST MAN
    138 and still going strong
    "I will not even go to God's house without an invitation"

    Record pass in SSLC examination
    Thrissur district has the highest number of A+ for all subjects

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