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Nuclear pact not signed but no open issues, says Rice
“Hyde Act is completely consistent with the 123 Agreement”

Orissa’s inaction a violation: Patil
“Demand growing for President’s rule”

Bush to sign Bill on Wednesday
Washington: U.S. President George Bush will sign the legislation on the India-U.S. nuclear deal, approved by Congress, into a law on Wednesday, the White House said on Saturday. Mr. Bush will sign the Bill H R 7081, named ...

Left, allies observe ‘Black Day’
Stage protest march in the capital against nuclear deal with United States

Maoists claim responsibility for killing of VHP leader
“Lakshmanananda was forcing tribals to convert to Hinduism”

Singur observes bandh
SINGUR: Residents observed a 10-hour bandh here on Saturday to protest the Opposition’s “political game,” which, they felt, forced the Tata Motors to pull out the small car project from Singur. Tyres were burnt on the ...

Pranab: nuclear initiative in last lap
New Delhi: India and the U.S. on Saturday discussed the regional situation. In talks with the visiting Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice they concurred on Afghanistan but there were differing perceptions on Pakistan with India insisting that ...

Singur industrialisation must continue: Biman Bose
KOLKATA: Left Front chairman Biman Bose on Saturday urged the West Bengal government to continue with its industrialisation programme in Singur, saying that this should be done to accommodate the local youth who had taken training in various ...

20-year jail for former Gujarat Minister for 1993 Surat blast
TADA court hands the same sentence to five accomplices

Assam violence death toll up to 16
Udaluguri (Assam): The toll in the violence following clashes between Bodos and illegal Bangladeshi migrants in this district rose to 16 on Saturday. Fourteen people were killed in violence, two in police firing, as clashes continued. Two ...

Karunanidhi opposes joint patrolling


Padi grade separator will be thrown open to traffic by January-end: official
CHENNAI: With nearly 70 per cent of the work completed, the grade separator at the busy Padi junction is expected to be thrown open to traffic by January-end. The Rs.70-crore project, being implemented by the National Highways Authority ...

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Hussey pulls Australia out of the woods
Aakash Chopra and Badrinath fail in the second innings too

Temple stampede: Collector, SP removed
JAIPUR: The Rajasthan Government has removed the Collector and Superintendent of Police of Jodhpur, where the Chamunda Devi temple stampede claimed 215 lives earlier this week. The two officers, put on ‘awaiting posting ...

CRICKET
India ‘A’ calls the shot on day two
Amit Mishra finishes with six wickets; Vijay, Pujara in good stand

Hollywood now eyes Bollywood
LONDON: With recession threatening to spoil the party at home, Hollywood is taking its wares to India’s lucrative film market, in a move that could see it in head-to-head competition with Bollywood. Rupert Murdoch’s ...

Now canine cataract surgery catching on
MADURAI: Tommy had a little problem: the 13-year-old Pomeranian kept bumping into things in its way. Its master, S. Jaganathan, a gastroenterologist, was worried for it, and took it for an examination. The veterinary surgeon diagnosed cataract ...

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