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  • From the Print Edition
    Bonanza for Central government staff
    Commission recommends 40% hike in salary

    Iftikhar Chaudhary a free man
    High drama after Gillani orders the release of the deposed Chief Justice

    Court upholds land acquisition decision
    MUMBAI: Rendering uncertain the fate of lakhs of people residing in housing societies and many others who had invested huge sums to buy apartments, the Bombay High Court on Monday upheld the Maharashtra government’s decision to acquire ...

    Sharma, three others get life terms for Shivani murder
    The IPS officer is fined Rs. 20,000 and the others Rs. 10,000 each

    Dalmiya faces charge of misappropriation
    Old game plan of adversaries to settle scores, he says

    A good chance to make it a marquee rivalry
    India-South Africa clashes have never shown a sense of urgency

    Dravid seeks to build more monuments
    The determined player has the most runs by any batsman at No. 3 in Tests

    We are well prepared
    Test cricket is the ultimate challenge, writesJacques Kallis

    Gillani elected in virtual no-contest
    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s National Assembly was witness to as much drama as was being played out on the streets of the capital on Monday. A virtual no-contest in the prime ministerial election, anti-Musharraf and pro-Benazir slogans ...

    Djokovic reels in Fish to triumph
    Ivanovic makes it a Serbian double at the expense of Kuznetsova

    Karunanidhi chairs meeting to review rain damage
    CHENNAI: A clear picture on the status of damage caused by the present spell of heavy rain in the State, particularly in the southern districts, is likely to emerge by Tuesday evening when reports of the Collectors of the respective districts ...

    Chennai master plan may get the nod soon
    CHENNAI: The State government is likely to approve the second draft master plan for Chennai during the current Assembly session. In January, it returned the draft master plan, raising objections including, lack of clarity on Development ...

    DD, AIR not to air Test series
    NEW DELHI: The India-South Africa Test cricket series, beginning March 26, will not be aired live on Doordarshan and All India Radio. This was decided by the Information and Broadcasting Ministry on Monday in response to a Delhi High ...

    Five women Maoist activists held in West Bengal
    Kolkata: A month after Maoist leader Somen was arrested, five women Maoist activists were held on Monday when they were pasting posters seeking his release, at the Bagha Jatin railway station here. “The arrests will help in ...

    Political problem over nuclear deal being resolved: Pranab
    Washington will continue to work on the deal: Condoleezza Rice

    India, U.S. urge China to talk to Dalai Lama
    Washington: India and the United States on Monday urged China and the Dalai Lama to hold peaceful negotiations to resolve the pro-independence unrest in Tibet with Washington insisting that only dialogue was sustainable in the Himalayan ...

    New deal for defence personnel
    Chiefs of services will be among the highest paid in the country

    We’ve to develop nuclear energy potential: Manmohan
    We don’t have the luxury of depending on one or two sources

    Scientists warn of soot effect on climate

    Pakistan invites India for pipeline talks
    Deora hopes to resume talks as soon as the new government is installed

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