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    India’s offer on maritime security
    Pranab’s proposal at ARF meet

    Pakistan willing to allow trade through LoC
    For a limited number of goods, says Jairam Ramesh; plan to increase bilateral trade up to $ 10 billion

    Sanjay shifted to Yerawada jail
    Pune: Crowds thronged the roads leading to the Yerawada jail on the outskirts of the city as the police van carrying convict Sanjay Dutt reached its destination after a three-hour journey on Thursday night. A battery of cameramen and ...

    Zaheer, Vaughan excel with their skills

    A chance for the fringe players
    The match against Sri Lanka ‘A’ may turn pretty competitive

    ‘Sreesanth is a strike bowler’
    Leicester: Venkatesh Prasad, India’s bowling coach, admitted on Thursday that S. Sreesanth could do with concentrating more on his bowling than his on-field posturing. Asked if Sreesanth would be better served by bowling rather ...

    Sania keeps winning
    Haas begins well; Sharapova records victory

    Narain confident
    Coimbatore: Narain Karthikeyan will look for a decent start to the season when the opening leg of the A1Grand Prix unfolds at the Zandvoort circuit in the Netherlands on September 30. “I have raced in this circuit during the ...

    An attacking India tames Australia, tops group
    KOLKATA: In a wonderful exhibition of attacking play, India tamed Australia 3-1 to top Group A of the second Commonwealth volleyball championship at the Netaji Indoor Stadium here on Thursday. In an exciting match that lasted an hour ...

    Colleges asked to refund excess fee
    High Court asks three private medical colleges to stick to prescribed fees

    Flood havoc in Bihar, U.P.
    Around 45 lakh people of 1,615 villages in Bihar affected; 95 killed in U.P.

    Agitators holding up trains to face action
    Chennai: Legal action will be initiated against people who hold up trains by staging protests, Union Minister of State for Railways R. Velu said here on Thursday. His statement came in the backdrop of regular commuters on various ...

    GDA delegation meets Shivraj Patil
    NEW DELHI: Goa politics was in full play here on Thursday with the newly-formed Goa Democratic Alliance (GDA) meeting Union Home Minister Shivraj Patil and seeking his intervention and Chief Minister Digambar Kamat calling on Congress ...

    More perks for Army men
    GoM to look into extension of similar perks to paramilitary forces

    Advani briefed on features of nuclear deal
    NEW DELHI: National Security Adviser M.K. Narayanan on Thursday briefed Leader of the Opposition in the Lok Sabha L.K. Advani about the draft nuclear agreement New Delhi had reached with Washington two weeks ago. The briefing followed ...

    State to seek more funds for drought relief
    Prime Minister Manmohan Singh arriving today

    Karnik commends The Hindu, Sainath
    CHENNAI: Kiran Karnik, president of the National Association of Software and Service Companies, has congratulated The Hindu on its Rural Affairs Editor P. Sainath winning the Ramon Magsaysay Award. In a letter to N. Ram, ...

    Getty museum to return 40 art works to Italy
    ROME: The Italian Government on Wednesday claimed partial victory in its campaign to get the return of art works it says were stolen and smuggled out of the country on behalf of America’s richest art institution. The culture ...

    Infiltration bid foiled in Poonch
    Jammu: Thwarting an infiltration bid, the Army on Thursday shot dead two militants near the Line of Control in Poonch district of Jammu and Kashmir, official sources said. Thermal imagers picked up the movement of seven to eight ...

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