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  • From the Print Edition
    “External forces behind Hyderabad blasts”
    Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister sees Bangladeshi, Pakistani connections; death toll mounts to 40

    Manmohan reviews situation
    NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Sunday night chaired a high-level meeting to assess the security scenario in the aftermath of Saturday night’s twin blasts in Hyderabad. The meeting was attended by Home ...

    EDITORIAL
    Resurgent terror, wider implications
    As a traumatised Hyderabad mourns its dead, India’s strategic community has begun to grapple with the possibility of Saturday’s bombings, which snuffed out 40 innocent lives, heralding a renewed wave of terror strikes intended to ...

    EXCLUSIVE
    Intelligence had warned of strikes
    Explosives were delivered five months ago to HuJI cell preparing for attacks in Hyderabad

    Terrorism and human security
    There is an urgent need to formulate anti-terrorism responses that are both effective and in consonance with the rule of law.

    Advani demands revival of POTA
    Hits out at the UPA Government for repealing the law against terrorism

    “Set up national explosives control bureau”
    HYDERABAD: In the light of the twin bomb blasts that claimed over 40 lives in the city, eminent forensic scientist P. Chandra Sekharan has urged the Centre to establish a “National Explosives Control Bureau (NECB)” on the lines of ...

    Vicious acts of terror: U.S.
    NEW DELHI: The United States on Sunday condemned the bomb blasts in Hyderabad as “vicious acts of terrorism.” An American Embassy statement here conveyed the U.S. government’s sympathies to the families and loved ones ...

    Congress, Left party leaders to meet today
    NEW DELHI: Ahead of the debate in Parliament on the India-U.S. civilian nuclear agreement, senior Congress leaders will meet the leaders of the CPI(M) and the CPI here on Monday in an attempt to understand each other’s point of ...

    CRICKET
    Early overs could decide the contest
    Khan likely to be back; Chawla, Powar need to strike in middle overs

    CRICKET
    Fielding is India’s worry
    Good athletes are mandatory to consistently win ODI games, writes Geoffrey Boycott

    If India pursues deal CPI(M) will pull out, says Pandhe
    KOLKATA: The Communist Party of India (Marxist) “cannot continue to support the United Progressive Alliance government if it continues to proceed with the Indo-US civilian nuclear deal,” M. K. Pandhe, member of the party’s ...

    69 die of gastro infection
    Contaminated water major cause

    KG basin gas block under review


    INTERNATIONAL
    Musharraf changes tack on Sharif
    All eyes on ex-Premier’s return

    INTERNATIONAL
    U.K. to ignore U.S. pressure
    LONDON: Britain intends to go ahead with its plans to draw down its remaining troops in Iraq despite American pressure on it to stay on until the situation on the ground improves. According to media reports, British commanders have ...

    BUSINESS REVIEW
    Heady days ahead for real estate market
    There has been a mushrooming of malls with sizes of over a million sq. ft. each in Mumbai, Bangalore and Delhi

    BUSINESS REVIEW - NETSPEAK
    Screencasting opens up new avenues netspeak
    It is the process of capturing computer screen shots and converting them into video files

    4 die as Palani ropecar falls into gorge
    The deceased include two Aavin officials; two grievously injured

    Last refuge for the king of beasts
    CHENNAI: Lakshmi and Jimmy have had it tough. They have never known their families and have spent much of their lives suffering intolerable cruelty at the hands of strangers. They have been forced to live their lives in public spotlight, ...

    No dustbins around, garbage piles up
    Onyx goes, takes its equipment with it

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