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From the Print Edition
Rajkhowa, Barua produced in court
ULFA chief rules out talks with handcuffs on

Dialogue only way out, says Mirwaiz
Hurriyat leader Qureshi continues to be critical

Manmohan to attend climate meet
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will attend the climate change summit at Copenhagen on December 18. Dr. Singh will be in the Danish capital on the 17th and 18th, the Prime Minister’s Office said here on Saturday. U.S. ...

TV report on TRS chief’s health sparks violence
HYDERABAD: Trouble erupted in some parts of the Telangana region and in Hyderabad, where students went on the rampage near the vicinity of the Nizam’s Institute of Medical Sciences following unfounded reports about a sudden deterioration ...

Where will cash-for-news take us?
South Asian Free Media Association panel discusses phenomenon of paid news

A brief reunion after decades of separation
Bangladesh behind conspiracy in arrest, says Rajkhowa and Raju Barua

Dinakaran meets CJI, says Collector’s report is false
Collegium to take final decision in a week

K.V.Prasad to head Press Association
NEW DELHI: Press Association now has a new head. K.V. Prasad of The Hindu was chosen as President of the organisation for 2009-10 at an election held here on Saturday. The other office-bearers elected are Rajiv Ranjan ...

26/11 hearing adjourned to December 12
ISLAMABAD: The hearing in the Mumbai attacks case in an anti-terror court in Rawalpindi was adjourned on Saturday by a week to December 12. There were no proceedings at Saturday’s hearing as the judge was called away for a meeting ...

India moves closer to Test summit
Sri Lankan captain Sangakkara’s unbeaten century frustrates the host

Karunanidhi to “leave politics aside” after June
CHENNAI: Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi on Saturday said after June 2010 he would “leave politics and ministerial posts aside” and devote the rest of his life to work closely with the poor and the oppressed communities, such as ...

Call off fast: Rosaiah
HYDERABAD: Making a fervent appeal to Telangana Rashtra Samiti president K. Chandrasekhar Rao to call off his indefinite fast, Chief Minister K. Rosaiah expressed willingness to hold negotiations with the TRS leaders on any issue that was ...

TRS workers go berserk in city
HYDERABAD: Telangana Rashtra Samiti (TRS) party workers went berserk attacking shops, buses and vehicles on Saturday following rumours over deteriorating health of their fasting president K. Chandrasekhar Rao, leading to a bandh-like ...

IIST to conduct its own entrance test now
It will be modelled on IIT-JEE and AIEEE

Autonomous regulator needed for broadcast issues: Simcon
NEW DELHI: The day-long State Information Ministers’ Conference (Simcon) held here on Saturday ended with a consensus on the need for an independent, autonomous and credible regulator for broadcast issues. Some stakeholders, ...

Online CAT fiasco turns the focus back on virus
Effective security solutions are a crucial line of defence for organisations

Indians googled budget a lot more than Twitter
Kambakth Ishq came second in the list, and IRCTC third

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