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    Congress-NCP alliance set to form government in Goa
    Congress meeting authorises Sonia to decide on chief ministerial candidate

    Apex court calls violence a national shame
    Seeks report from DGPs

    Breather for Mayawati in Taj case
    LUCKNOW: : With Uttar Pradesh Governor T.V. Rajeswar declining to give sanction to the Central Bureau of Investigation for prosecution in the Taj Heritage Corridor case, the Special CBI court here on Tuesday dropped the proceedings against Chief ...

    Serena Williams fails to stop Justine Henin
    PARIS: The jeers were brief in the French Open rematch between Serena Williams and Justine Henin. The result was the same. Henin won again. Keeping Williams on the move with her versatile shotmaking, three-time champion Henin advanced to ...

    All set for first ODI
    Bangalore: High-voltage action returns to the Chinnaswamy Stadium after almost two years. The second Afro-Asia Cup inaugural ODI here on Wednesday will be the first official match in Bangalore after November 2005 when Dravid's men defeated Graeme ...

    Facile wins for Asian men and women
    Rumeli Dhar and Jhulan Goswami engineer a spectacular collapse

    Emburey in the race
    Chennai: Former England off-spinner John Emburey is the second contender for the job of the Indian cricket team coach. Confirming this to The Hindu on Tuesday, the BCCI executive secretary Prof. Ratnakar Shetty said, "Yes, he has been ...

    Graham is a fantastic coach: Arthur
    Bangalore: South African Graham Ford, shortlisted for the post of Indian coach, found warm words and some welcome support from Mickey Arthur, the South African coach who is here as coach of the African XI for the Afro Asia Cup. Talking to the ...

    Andreev's awesome forehand
    Friendship will be set aside as Moya prepares to face Nadal

    Kerala ready for talks on water sharing
    Achuthanandan says Mullaperiyar dam needs to be replaced

    School building demolished in Villivakkam
    CHENNAI: A dispute between two private parties over about 12 grounds of land has put the future of nearly 500 students in the balance. On Tuesday, day two of the academic year, students of St.Joseph's Matriculation in Villivakkam, saw their ...

    G8 seeks to draft emerging economies
    NEW DELHI: For ages waves rolling on to the beach have been a sight to soothe, a balm for the stresses of life. But over 200 years ago, the Grand Duke of the northern German province of Mecklenburg was convinced that the sea was even more ...

    Explosive-laden car blasted at Bijbehara
    SRINAGAR: Militants on Tuesday caused the blast of an explosive-laden car near a police station at Bijbehara on the Srinagar-Jammu national highway, injuring two persons, official sources said. The explosive in the car, parked on the highway, ...

    Congress wins Ullal Assembly seat with an impressive margin
    BJP candidate finishes second and JD(S) nominee loses his deposit

    TRAI puts regulations on unsolicited telemarketing calls
    Rs. 500 fine for calling `Do Not Call' numbers

    Impact of dam failure will be catastrophic: report
    Three-member expert panel submits report

    R. Gopalakrishnan passes away
    CHENNAI: R. Gopalakrishnan, Business Editor, The Hindu , died on Tuesday evening after a massive heart attack. He was 64. With The Hindu since 1990, he was born in Lahore in 1943. The end came when he was in Bangalore ...

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