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From the Print Edition
India ‘not deeply concerned’ about G8 stand: Pranab
“We have got clean waiver from IAEA, NSG”

Pranab heads Group on 3G
It will look into the issues related to pricing and other aspects of spectrum

All accused in Sabharwal murder case acquitted
Nagpur: All the six accused in the case of murder of Professor H.S. Sabharwal at Ujjain in Madhya Pradesh nearly three years ago, on Monday were acquitted by a court here for lack of evidence. The accused, Vimal Tomar, Pankaj Mishra, ...

Another crash at Delhi Metro site, 6 injured
Crane being used to clear debris topples over under its weight at Jamrudpur

“Security Council resolution no basis for Saeed’s detention”


India hopes for forward movement
PARIS: On the eve of India and Pakistan’s first substantial official interaction since last November’s terrorist attacks in Mumbai, the Indian side accepts that Islamabad has taken “some steps” to address its concerns ...

Jyoti Basu’s condition improving
KOLKATA: The condition of veteran Marxist leader Jyoti Basu, who was admitted to a city hospital on Sunday morning after he lost consciousness for a brief period, is stable, hospital authorities said on Monday. There has been an ...

Congress demands Gujarat Speaker’s “removal”
Death toll in hooch tragedy mounts to 138

Jan Commission report casts no light on Shopian deaths


PM reviews crop situation
NEW DELHI: With the overall rainfall continuing to be below normal, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Monday reviewed the crop situation and directed officials to be ready for any contingency. Dr. Singh met with senior officials of the ...

Bandh affects life in Darjeeling Hills
Kolkata: Normal life was hit in the Darjeeling hills of West Bengal on Monday afternoon in response to an indefinite bandh call by the Gorkha Janamukti Morcha (GJM). The bandh was to press the GJM demand for removal of certain senior ...

Explosion kills two Armymen in Assam
IED was activated manually by militants

Charge sheet against Mayawati ready, CBI tells court
NEW DELHI: The CBI on Monday told the Supreme Court that the investigation in the disproportionate assets case against Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati under the Prevention of Corruption Act was complete and the charge sheet was to be ...

Aila to blame for straying of tigers ?


Law Commission for amending Indian Stamp Act


Veteran Marathi actor Nilu Phule passes away
MUMBAI: A gruff inebriated voice, language that could make a sailor blush, and powerhouse performances that riveted a generation of audiences. Viewers of Marathi cinema will not think twice about identifying these unmistakable attributes of ...

Nigerian militants want leader freed in exchange for Indian hostage
ABUJA (NIGERIA): A Nigerian militant group on Monday demanded the release of its leader in return for setting free an Indian sailor and five foreign crew members of a chemical tanker. The Movement for the Emancipation of Niger Delta ...

Row over ‘virginity tests’ in M.P.
Bhopal/New Delhi: Subjecting girls to alleged virginity tests during a State-sponsored mass marriage in Madhya Pradesh last month evoked a strong condemnation from non-BJP parties on Monday even as Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan denied ...

Azad’s remark derogatory: AIDWA
NEW DELHI: The All-India Democratic Women’s Association (AIDWA) has described as “derogatory and untrue” Union Health and Family Welfare Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad’s statement that rural population produced more children ...

Blast kills 11 near Multan
ISLAMABAD: At least 11 people, including seven children, were killed in a massive blast in the house of a cleric near the south Punjab city of Multan. The blast was apparently caused by a huge amount of explosives stored in the ...

Interest rates may go up in busy season: SBI chief
‘Economic revival depends on global recovery’

CRICKET
British media heaps praise on England
Home team’s spectacular escape from the jaws of defeat

Pakistan fightback highlights second day’s play
Erases deficit and takes a 28-run lead for loss of just one wicket after debutant Alam notches up a century

Financial city coming up
CHENNAI: A financial city will be set up near Chennai with private participation, Deputy Chief Minister M.K. Stalin announced on Monday. Replying to the debate on grants for the Industries Department, Mr. Stalin said the purpose was to ...

5 new cases of A(H1N1) in Chennai
CHENNAI: Five new cases of A(H1N1) virus have been confirmed in Chennai, taking the total count to 14 in the city. Confirmatory results came from the National Institute of Virology, Pune, on Monday and the five patients were immediately ...

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