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  • From the Print Edition
    Achuthanandan, Pinarayi Vijayan suspended
    Both suspended from CPI (M) Polit Bureau for violating norms, Chief Minister to continue in office

    CPI(M) Polit Bureau action a strong message
    Decision the culmination of a train of events in the Kerala unit over the last three years

    Text of the Polit Bureau resolution
    This is the text of the Polit Bureau Resolution suspending two of its members : "The Polit Bureau discussed the conduct of the two Polit Bureau members — Com. V.S. Achuthanandan and Com. Pinarayi Vijayan - in making certain remarks ...

    6 killed, 25 injured in Guwahati blast
    At Kokrajhar, tragedy averted as police recover suitcase bomb from Brahmaputra Mail

    Mayawati seeks huge infrastructure loan
    Sonia Gandhi joins Manmohan-Mayawati luncheon meeting

    Kanimozhi, Tiruchi N. Siva, DMK nominees for Rajya Sabha polls
    CHENNAI: The Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam on Friday nominated writer-activist Kanimozhi, daughter of Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi, as one of the party's two candidates for the Rajya Sabha biennial elections on June 15. The other candidate is ...

    Vehicle-borne gang spreads terror in Chennai
    CHENNAI: A gang moving about the city in a share auto spread terror on Friday night waylaying the unwary for cash at three different spots. The gang, numbering around five, fled with valuables after carrying out attacks at Indira Nagar, ...

    Army foils infiltration attempt in Poonch district of Jammu and Kashmir
    JAMMU: The Army on Saturday foiled a major infiltration attempt by militants across the Line of Control into Poonch district of Jammu and Kashmir. A jawan was killed and another wounded. Defence spokesman Lt. Col. Goswami said a group of ...

    Monsoon may set in over Kerala shortly
    It may set in over Kerala on or before May 29: IMD

    Naresh Trehan is reinstated
    Returns to Escorts hospital

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    Zaheer's charge wilts Bangladesh
    Dravid, Karthik and Tendulkar complete a 'first' in Test history

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    West Indies follows on
    Pietersen hits double hundred; Sidebottom strikes

    Nothing short of Dera chief's arrest will do, say Sikh outfits
    Night patrols and setting up check-posts on major roads ordered for bhog

    Agnivesh appeals for extension of deadline
    NEW DELHI: With the deadline given by Akal Takht to Dera Sacha Sauda sect for vacating centres set to expire on Sunday, one of the mediators, Swami Agnivesh, on Saturday appealed for an extension of the deadline to resolve the standoff between ...

    Rs. 150 crore goes down the drain
    Much of the dredging work in Bangalore storm water drains is only on paper?

    Who said beggars can't be choosers?
    In Delhi, a survey has revealed that there is more to beggars than meets the eye

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