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35 senior officers from other Ministries will help coordinate efforts: Azad
First A(H1N1) death in Tamil Nadu
CHENNAI: Tamil Nadu recorded its first swine flu death on Monday when a four-year old boy fell victim to the illness at a private hospital here. Hospital authorities said he died of multiple organ failure following the flu. Sanjay ...
Forensic evidence in Shopian case fabricated
Tests show samples sent for DNA tests not extracted from bodies of victims
WHO guidelines for prevention and care of A(H1N1)
Two more die in Pune
MUMBAI: Sanjay Tilekar (35), a Pune-based chemist admitted to Sassoon Hospital, died on Monday evening, taking the swine flu death toll in Pune to four. Earlier in the day, another patient Babasaheb Mane (32), an Ayurveda doctor, died ...
Maharashtra trying to rope in private hospitals
Avoid surgical masks, instead use large handkerchiefs, says official
Situation normal: Tamil Nadu
CHENNAI: Even as a four-year-old boy died of swine flu at a private hospital here on Monday, the Tamil Nadu government reassured the people that the situation continues to be “normal.” Officials have asked the public not to panic, ...
Ties with China not clouded: Krishna
‘New Delhi, Beijing should focus on staying their economic courses’
Weatherman: it will be less rain
IMD reduces estimate of rainfall during the season to 87 per cent
Control is the key
Chennai: Old-fashioned strangulation still works in Test cricket. Australias stirring comeback in the fourth Test at Leeds highlighted a crucial element in any successful attack control. Stuart Clarks first innings performance of 10-4-18-3 ...
Peter Gade, Lin Dan chalk up victories
Palyama shocks Bao; Chetan Anand the lone bright spot for Indians on the opening day
‘Memories will remain forever’
NEW DELHI: He is the ultimate champion who believes in moving on, rather than get nostalgic about his achievements, including the Olympic gold that he won on August 11 in Beijing last year. It was the first individual gold for India in ...
Eight players undergo fitness tests
NEW DELHI: Eight cricketers, including skipper M.S. Dhoni, went through a fitness test under the supervision of coach Gary Kirsten at the Ferozeshah Kotla here on Monday. The tests were basically a platform for Kirsten to interact with ...
No A(H1N1) epidemic in State yet, say officials
High-level meeting today to chalk out control strategy
S.A. Raja sent to judicial custody
TIRUCHI: S. Arulraja alias S.A. Raja, sentenced to double life imprisonment on Wednesday, surrendered in court here on Monday. He had been stopped by Immigration authorities from boarding a SriLankan Airlines flight to Colombo here on ...
Life term for Lashkar operative
LUCKNOW: A sessions court on Monday awarded life imprisonment to a Lashkar-e-Taiba operative and sentenced another member of the group to 14 years in jail, five years after they were arrested with AK-56 rifles and ammunition in the ...
Praful gives patient hearing to airlines’ problems
The Civil Aviation Minister will make a detailed presentation before the Union Cabinet
No swine flu case in Assam, says Gogoi
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