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From the Print Edition
Maoists hijack, release train in Jharkhand
Railway station bombed in Palamu; violence in Bihar too

Over one lakh civilians leave NFZ
Two senior LTTE officials surrender

Killing of Tamil civilians should end: India
“Colombo should protect its citizens; LTTE must stop its barbaric attempt to hold civilians hostage”

Phase II polls in 12 States today
NEW DELHI: As naxal attacks continue in Jharkhand and Bihar, the Election Commission has made “adequate arrangements” for Phase II polls on Thursday in 140 constituencies in 12 States. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, elected ...

ELECTIONS 2009
It’s the turn of the rural heartland
Despite the lack of focus on agrarian issues, the second phase of polling will see about one out of every three agricultural labourers in the country casting his or her vote today, says Yogendra Yadav

ELECTIONS 2009
Replay of Assembly polls likely
Riding high on the popularity of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan, the BJP has the faction-ridden Congress on the backfoot in Madhya Pradesh

ELECTIONS 2009 - TALKINGHEADS
“NCP keeping its options open”


Fleeing ISI agent caught, another still at large
Rajkot: Two Pakistani Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) agents on Wednesday gave the district police the slip while being taken to Lucknow near Manpur in Rajasthan, the police said here. One of them was later captured by the Rajasthan ...

“Satyam diverted funds to buy Nipuna shares”
HYDERABAD: The controversy over the claim of the former Satyam chairman, B. Ramalinga Raju, that he had infused Rs. 1,425 crore into the company took a new turn on Wednesday as the Central Bureau of Investigation charged the firm with ...

IPL
Gilchrist, Rohit set up Chargers’ win
Royal Challengers fall short despite Dravid and Kohli’s heroics

I will not hurt anyone: Varun
New Delhi: Under the scanner of the Supreme Court and Election Commission, Varun Gandhi on Wednesday filed his nomination papers from the Pilibhit Lok Sabha constituency in Uttar Pradesh, vowing not to “hit” anyone irrespective of ...

India, Spain sign trade pact
Focus on technological exchange and expertise

Bid to search Chiranjeevi’s hotel room
HYDERABAD: A day-long political drama was witnessed in Tirupati on Wednesday when police tried to search the rooms in a hotel booked by Praja Rajyam president K. Chiranjeevi and his supporters. This followed a series of demonstrations ...

Clemency for those ready to mend their ways: Rajapaksa
“Prabakaran has spurned such offer and must face the consequences of his acts”

Pranab says no sympathy for terrorists
KOLKATA: External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee said here on Wednesday that he had “no sympathy for terrorists but every sympathy for civilians.” Speaking at a meet-the-press organised by the Press Club, he said India ...

BUSINESS
Wipro net up at Rs. 3,899 crore
The performance has been 'robust', says azim Premji

IPL
Royals has a tough task on hand
The side will meet a rejuvenated Kolkata Knight Riders

CSK looks to retain momentum
Durban: After bouncing back from its opening match defeat, last year’s runner-up Chennai Super Kings will look to maintain the winning momentum as it takes on Delhi Daredevils in the DLF-Indian Premier League (IPL) match here on ...

General strike will not affect normal life, says Chief Secretary


Boy’s bid to retrieve ball proves fatal
CHENNAI: A 13-year-old boy of Venkatachalam Street in West Mambalam died on Wednesday morning after he fell into an open well near his house when he went in search of a ball. Police said the deceased, V.Manikandan, son of milk vendor ...

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