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  • From the Print Edition
    Sarabjit execution put off till April 30
    Efforts on to save his life, says Pranab

    We do not want Sarabjit in exchange for terrorists: wife
    Amritsar: In a bold statement on Wednesday, the wife of Sarabjit Singh said the family did not want him repatriated from Pakistan if it meant India releasing some terrorists in exchange. “Myself and my daughters ...

    China ready for talks: Brown
    Wen Jiabao expresses willingness in the light of Dalai Lama’s assurance

    Can neither mend nor end nuclear deal: Pranab
    “Whenever procedure is over, if it is over, government will come to Parliament”

    Taslima in London
    KOLKATA: Controversial Bangladeshi author Taslima Nasreen has landed in London. “I left New Delhi very early in the day and am now in London, but please don’t ask me my destination for the sake of security – the same ...

    Donkupar Roy sworn in Meghalaya CM
    MPA to work out Common Minimum Programme within three days

    CPI(M) condemns killings of Biharis
    NEW DELHI: The Communist Party of India (Marxist) on Wednesday condemned the killing of Bihari labourers by extremists in Manipur. It feared that such incidents would adversely affect the development in the northeast. Addressing ...

    RSS has exerted a profound influence on me: Advani
    NEW DELHI: On a day that saw the realisation of his literary dreams and the release of his book My Country My Life, senior BJP leader Lal Krishna Advani’s only regret was the absence of “Atalji” on stage. ...

    25 injured in Srinagar explosion
    SRINAGAR: Breaking a five-month lull in Srinagar, militants on Wednesday made an abortive bid to blow up the only flyover in the city by exploding an Improvised Explosive Device (IED). It caused injuries to 25 people, mostly civilians, ...

    Fahmida Mirza elected Speaker
    Bilawal arrives, to announce candidate for Prime Minister

    CRICKET
    Hair unlikely to umpire games involving Pakistan: Richardson
    Inzamam terribly shocked at the news; CA welcomes decision

    TENNIS
    Hantuchova edges past Sania
    Sharapova stretched by Bondarenko; no problems for Federer

    NEWSCAPE
    How nice guys finish first
    Study disproves saying in games of prisoner’s dilemma

    State to buy power from PTC


    School ransacked by relatives of abuse victim
    TAMBARAM: Relatives and neighbours of a girl studying in VIII standard in a private school in Alandur ransacked the school on Wednesday for alleged sexual abuse of the 13-year-old girl by the yoga instructor. Trouble began at 2 p.m. ...

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