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From the Print Edition
Centre reviews onion price rise
Prices ease a bit as Pakistan onions hit the market

Naidu unrelenting, forcibly given IV fluids
HYDERABAD: The fasting Telugu Desam Party president N. Chandrababu Naidu was forcibly administered intravenous fluids by doctors of the Nizam's Institute of Medical Sciences (NIMS) here on Thursday as he faced an imminent risk of slipping into ...

Four Lashkar men sneak into Mumbai to ‘cause dangerous and violent attack'
Mumbai: The Mumbai police on Thursday issued an advisory stating that four Lashkar-e-Taiba members had entered Mumbai with the intention of causing an “extremely dangerous and violent attack” on the city in view of the coming ...

K. Karunakaran passes away
Funeral will take place in Thrissur tomorrow

An architect of bipolar coalition regime


West Bengal announces 17 % quota for OBC students
KOLKATA: The West Bengal government has decided to reserve 17 per cent seats in all government and government-aided colleges for students belonging to the other backward classes (OBCs), with effect from the coming academic ...

Opposition has destroyed Parliament: Pranab
‘They have created a deadlock. They should apologise to nation'

People tired of State politics, says Rahul
TIRUCHI: People are tired of politics in Tamil Nadu and Youth Congress members, especially women, should build a relationship of trust with people and fight for their rights and needs, said All India Congress Committee general secretary Rahul ...

It is no work and all pay for most MPs
NEW DELHI: Attending the House for a full day, or not working and ensuring Parliament stood adjourned day after day, has made no difference to the members' pay packets and allowances. All of them have drawn their full pay and most of them have ...

Vaccines with harmful adjuvants given to children


CBI grills RSS leader Indresh Kumar
NEW DELHI: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Thursday grilled RSS leader Indresh Kumar for nearly five hours in connection with the Mecca Masjid blast in Hyderabad in 2007. A member of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh's Central ...

BJP turns down Pranab's offer


Dantewada: scribes receive threats
Raipur (Chhattisgarh) : Last month, a group calling itself the “Maa Danteshwari Swabhimani Adivasi Manch” circulated a pamphlet in Dantewada district, threatening to kill anyone perceived to be a supporter of the banned Communist ...

Australia apologises to Haneef
SINGAPORE: Australia has finally tendered an unqualified apology to Indian doctor Mohamed Haneef by declaring him “innocent” in the failed case on his suspected links to a terrorism plot in Britain in 2007. Dr. Haneef, who ...

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