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India, U.S. step up efforts to curb terrorism
Expressing serious concern over growing international terrorism, extremism and drug trafficking, India and the U.S. have agreed on a range of measures to enhance cooperation in tackling the menace.

Paswan threatens to resign
The Communication Minister, Mr. Ram Vilas Paswan, today threatened to resign from the Cabinet if the zonal headquarters of the East Central Railway at Hajipur was shifted or closed down.

 IT raids on Bollywood stars
The Income Tax sleuths today raided the premises of some top Bollywood stars including Aishwarya Rai, Rani Mukherjee, Urmila Matondkar, Salman Khan and Amrish Puri.

 Indian hockey dream ends
A gloriously unfamiliar script came to an agonisingly familiar end as the Indian hockey team, carrying the huge burden of expectations of a nation of over one billion people, failed to hold on to its slender lead and stumbled at the doorstep of a historic victory against Poland in the millennium Olympics here today.

Centre's affidavit supports Karnataka, T.N. action
The Union Government has filed an affidavit in the Supreme Court extending support for the release of TADA detenus, which has been demanded by the forest brigand, Veerappan, for the freedom of film actor Rajkumar and three other hostages.

Call off bandh, says Krishna
The Karnataka Chief Minister, Mr. S.M.Krishna, has appealed to the organisers of the September 28 Karnataka bandh to reconsider their decision.

Don to leave Thailand
Chhota Rajan, wanted mafia don, is preparing to fly out of Thailand in his private plane, The Nation reported from Bangkok today.

Temple blast kills 1
One person was killed and eight injured in a blast in a building inside the Shivala temple complex in Amritsar today.

Trishul test-fired
Trishul, the short range surface-to-air missile, was test-fired from the Interim Test Range (ITR) at Chandipur-on-Sea, near here, today.

Explosives seized in Bihar
In a major haul, police recovered around 5,000 kg of explosives during raids in Bihar's Nawada district on Monday, the Superintendent of Police, Mr. J. S. Gangwar, said today.

Apex court agrees with Microsoft
The U.S. Supreme Court today sided with Microsoft Corp., agreeing with the software giant that its appeal of anti-trust violations should first be heard by a lower appellate court.

Left sees larger game-plan in West Bengal
The Left Front today carried its battle against the Trinamool Congress-Bharatiya Janata Party demand for imposition of President's rule in West Bengal to the Capital and termed the move as part of a `larger gameplan' targetting the Front.


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