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  • From the Print Edition
    High turnout in Presidential poll
    AIADMK throws up a surprise, participates in election at the eleventh hour

    Cross-voting, open defiance mark election
    New Delhi: The Presidential poll on Thursday was marked by cross-voting and open defiance. In Gujarat, a rebel MLA of the ruling BJP, who did not want to be identified, claimed that about 15 legislators voted for the UPA-Left candidate ...

    Important issue for Australians to debate: barrister
    Defends decision on transcript

    Australia sends Letters Rogatory to India on Mohammed Haneef
    NEW DELHI: Australia has sent a Letters Rogatory (LR) to India, formally seeking assistance in probing “links and antecedents” of detained Indian doctor Mohammed Haneef. “The Union Home Ministry is examining the LR in ...

    Coarse Strauss, suave Vaughan help England prosper
    India’s bowling distinctly sub-standard; Ganguly and Kumble pick the two wickets to fall

    Czech Republic makes history
    Micola and Fenin ensure comfortable victory over Austria

    Harinder Pal beats Parth in an exciting encounter
    Joshna and Dipika yet to be tested

    Rafael Nadal marches on
    STUTTGART: Rafael Nadal overcame a right knee injury to win his 90th match in his last 91 attempts on clay, beating Philipp Kohlschreiber 6-3, 6-3 on Thursday to advance to the Mercedes Cup quarterfinals. The second-ranked Spaniard ...

    AIADMK MLAs vote, Jayalalithaa abstains
    CHENNAI: AIADMK MLAs sprang a surprise by turning up to vote in the Presidential election on Thursday although the party’s stated position was that it would abstain. Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi was the first to cast his vote in ...

    Haneef’s wife meets Union Minister
    Firdous Arshiya assured of all Government help; doctor’s cousin likely to get visa to Australia

    Government-run cable TV service coming
    CHENNAI: The State Government has decided to start its own cable TV operations soon, Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi told The Hindu here on Thursday. He said the suggestion was first put forth by Pattali Makkal Katchi founder S. ...

    “India should put more pressure on Australia”
    BANGALORE: “Every day I hear of some or the other new problem that my husband is facing in Australia. That is why I met the Minister to ask that the Indian Government put more pressure on the Australian Government,” Firdaus ...

    “Haneef in good spirits after telephonic talk with wife”
    Melbourne: A morale boosting phone conversation with his wife has left Indian terror suspect Mohammed Haneef in good spirits and is looking forward to meet her cousin, who is expected to bring his new-born daughter’s picture from India, ...

    Haneef moved by people’s support
    Sent to Wolston correctional centre

    33 killed in Pakistan suicide attacks
    Militant backlash to blame, say police

    3 more get death penalty
    They planted bombs in Mumbai on March 12, 1993

    Building collapse toll rises to 27
    MUMBAI: The death toll in Wednesday’s building collapse in Mumbai’s suburb Borivali rose to 27 on Thursday as rescuers dug out more bodies from under the debris. Structural changes made by some shopkeepers apparently led to ...

    Charge sheet against RPF DIG
    PATNA: The Government Railway Police on Thursday filed a charge sheet against RPF DIG Premjit Rawal before Rail Judicial Magistrate K.K. Singh in connection with the alleged assault of a woman on the Sampoorna Kranti Express on July 8. ...

    Seven killed in landslip
    Tragedy strikes sleeping family and three of their guests

    Spell out stand on quota for Dalit Christians: court
    New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Thursday asked the Centre to spell out its stand on granting Scheduled Caste status to Dalit Christians for extending reservation benefits. A Bench comprising Chief Justice K.G. Balakrishnan and Justices ...

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