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  • From the Print Edition
    India to seek data on terror suspects
    Anti-terror mechanism meet today

    Benazir visits injured in hospital
    Emerges from Karachi home after Friday’s assassination attempt

    Bobby Jindal faces tough tasks ahead
    He is the youngest person to hold the post of Governor in the U.S. ; defeats opponents impressively

    Many TNSCB tenements call for attention
    CHENNAI: More than 50 per cent of the Tamil Nadu Slum Clearance Board (TNSCB) tenements in the city are due for repair or reconstruction, officials said. They feel residents need to take greater initiative in maintenance and should be ...

    Northeast monsoon in a day or two
    “Near normal” rainfall predicted; districts record scanty rainfall

    Wait for Bush to complete term: Yechury
    “International agreements and policies best left to new President”

    Deal will send signal to outlaws: Burns
    Washington: The nuclear deal with India will send a strong signal to “outlaws such as Iran” on how a country could be “rewarded” if it behaves, the U.S. has said as it questioned New Delhi’s assertion on ...

    ‘Poverty eradication will be a major goal’
    WASHINGTON: India on Sunday reminded the World Bank and the international community that the end of poverty is not imminent and poverty eradication would continue to remain a major goal for the financial body and the international development ...

    Government nod for EPF interest rate
    Interest rate for 2006-07 to be retained at the previous year’s level of 8.5%

    India asserts dominance in the Twenty20 version
    Posts emphatic seven-wicket win over Australia

    Ready for dialogue on POSCO project: Patnaik
    BHUBANESWAR: The Orissa government is ready for a dialogue with those opposing the setting up of the steel project of the POSCO in the State, Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik has said. Mr. Patnaik told presspersons here that he was ready for a ...

    Prithvi goes back to the musicals
    The theatre’s 29th festival focuses on the long-lost tradition

    China scripts a successful toy story
    SHANGHAI: The appearance of a 2-metre, cross-eyed sea organism and a portly pink starfish would not normally be reassuring to the manufacturing moguls of China Inc. But, after the biggest product safety scandal in 20 years, even the presence ...

    Ladybugs to the rescue in New York
    NEW YORK: Ladybugs, 720,000 ladybugs of them, have been released in New York City to help protect one of the city’s biggest apartment complexes from pests. In the next days and weeks, they will crawl into plants, flowers and ...

    Scientists say Neanderthals did speak
    London: They may be primitive brutes but the Neanderthals, who inhabited Europe and parts of western Asia, probably have had the gift of the gab. DNA revelations Scientists in Europe have investigated ...

    Handmade paper from elephant dung
    KOLKATA: A project for the manufacture of handmade paper from elephant dung in north Bengal’s Cooch Behar forest division is at an advanced stage of completion, the required infrastructure is being put in place and the process of ...

    Rare livestock breeds in Himalayan belt under threat
    Jammu: The Himalayan belt has lost a dozen rarest of rare indigenous breeds of sheep, goats, horses and dogs and almost half a dozen rare native breeds considered most threatened in the world. A field study in the higher reaches of Jammu ...

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