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  • From the Print Edition
    More measures to check price rise: Chidambaram
    Inflation rate up to 7.61%; stable, says Minister

    BSF foils infiltration bid in J&K
    Samba: Border Security Force personnel foiled an infiltration attempt by 10-15 militants in the Suchetgarh-Gallard area in Jammu and Kashmir late on Thursday evening. A party of the 112 battalion deployed in Samba saw the militants ...

    Panchayati Raj will stay in State List
    Centre “implacably opposed” to any shift, says Mani Shankar Aiyar

    Two held for posting letter bombs
    Lucknow: Two persons were arrested on Friday for allegedly posting over 150 letters containing an explosive powder to senior officials in Kanpur district. “Two persons, Deepak and R.S. Gupta, have been arrested for sending the ...

    Sena MLA among 20 acquitted in riots case
    MUMBAI: A special court on Friday acquitted the former Shiv Sena Minister Gajanan Kirtikar and 19 others in a 1992-93 Mumbai riots case. It was alleged that they instigated violence after the demolition of the Babri Masjid. Magistrate ...

    Worry about inflation: Karat
    New Delhi: As inflation soared to a nearly four-year high, the CPI(M) on Friday said the government should worry if the trend was not arrested. “Inflation is there. The government will have to worry about it if it is not brought ...

    Manmohan is failing in all sectors, says Buddhadeb
    The way he is “leading the government is unfortunate”

    U.S. gag order on nuclear deal
    Asks Congress to keep even unclassified information ’secret’

    India should go ahead: Kalam
    Bhubaneswar: The former President, A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, on Friday said India should go ahead with the nuclear deal with the U.S. and rejected suggestions that it would undermine the country’s sovereignty. He said the deal would ...

    Yusuf Pathan powers Royals to easy win
    This win takes Warne’s side to the top of the league with six wins

    CRICKET
    Super Kings may find the going tough
    Kings XI Punjab an upbeat bunch after five wins on the trot

    CHESS
    Chess Oscar, an icing on the cake: Anand
    ‘Now I have to think of my preparations for the World championship match’

    Class XII: pass percentage up to 84.4
    CHENNAI: The overall pass percentage of students who took the State Board Class XII (HSC) examinations this year has gone up to 84.4 per cent. An increase of 3.4 percentage points from last year’s 81 per cent, this is the highest pass ...

    Gearing for polls


    Governor’s action childish: Basu
    Kolkata: West Bengal Governor Gopalkrishna Gandhi’s self-imposed Raj Bhavan power cut was “childish”, said veteran CPI (M) leader Jyoti Basu. ...

    NEWSCAPE
    New idea in mortuary science: dissolving bodies


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