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  • From the Print Edition
    Maudhany freed, Basha found guilty in Coimbatore blasts case
    Special Court clears PDP leader of all charges; 152 others also held guilty

    Impetus to cement import
    NEW DELHI: India on Wednesday agreed to put cement import from Pakistan on fast track even as both nations decided to take a host of steps to multiply the bilateral trade to $10 billion by 2010. At the end of the two-day talks between ...

    Reaping the rewards of swing
    CRICKET / The ball has curled wickedly late for Zaheer and R.P. Singh

    Sania shocks her doubles partner Peer
    Isner sends Henman packing at the Washington Classic; Roddick advances

    Cook defends England’s conduct
    LONDON: England batsman Alastair Cook insists there was nothing wrong with his side’s conduct during its controversial second Test defeat against India. The tourists were angered by what they perceived as gamesmanship from ...

    India finally in semifinals
    The host cruises against travel-weary Nigerians

    Nine-year ordeal comes to an end

    Nanchil Kumaran posted Chennai Police Commissioner
    CHENNAI: G. Nanchil Kumaran, an Additional Director-General of Police (ADGP), is the new Commissioner of Chennai Police. He succeeds Letika Saran, his IPS batchmate, who has been posted as ADGP, Administration, Chennai. Ms.Saran took ...

    Krishna water from August 8
    Hyderabad: Water will be released from the Telugu Ganga canal to Chennai city on August 8. A decision was taken by Chief Minister Y. S. Rajasekhara Reddy here on Wednesday to provide at least 3 tmcft of water to the city this year in ...

    Reel life turns real for Sanjay Dutt
    MUMBAI: Bollywood star Sanjay Dutt has had to exchange his trademark jeans and shirt for a white kurta-pyjama, the standard attire for a convict, in the Arthur Road Jail here where he is not being accorded any special treatment. The ...

    Top Pakistani Hizb militant shot dead
    JAMMU: A top Pakistani militant of the Hizb-ul-Mujahideen was on Wednesday shot dead in a joint operation by the Army and the police in Jammu and Kashmir. Abid Hussain Basra, a self-styled Divisional Commander of the outfit who had ...

    Goa MLAs’ plea to be heard on August 6
    “Petitions raised questions of great constitutional and public importance”

    All queries on chat transcript answered: Haneef

    Priority sector credit to minorities will go up
    The goal is to take it from 9 to 15 per cent in three years

    The Hindu institutes award for play script
    Chennai: The Hindu has instituted a major award for the best original play script in English written by an Indian. Announcing the MetroPlus Playwright Award 2008, N. Ram, Editor-in-Chief, said the best entry would receive a cash prize ...

    Diabetes drug needs additional warnings
    CHENNAI: The Drugs Controller-General of India is awaiting an announcement from the United States Food and Drugs Administration (FDA) on whether to make an independent assessment of the health risks of a drug widely used to treat a common form ...

    Howard defends Andrews’ action
    Melbourne: Australian Prime Minister John Howard on Wednesday said that Immigration Minister Kevin Andrews’ release of selected police material against Mohammed Haneef partly vindicated his decision to revoke the Indian doctor’s ...

    Electrodes help him speak again

    Sensex loses 615 points
    Realty index takes a hit; U.S. Asian markets suffer setback

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