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Cauvery monitoring panel to meet on Saturday
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 5. The official-level Cauvery Monitoring Committee has been convened here on Saturday to evolve a consensus on pro rata distress sharing formula on Cauvery water between the four basin States of Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Kerala and ...
Farmers threaten to `take over' reservoirs
MANDYA, SEPT. 5. Angry farmers on Thursday threatened to "take over" the four major reservoirs in the Cauvery basin in Karnataka if the State Government continued to release water to Tamil Nadu. The farmers said that the Chief Minister, S.M. ...
Karzai survives assassination bid
KANDAHAR, SEPT. 5.The Afghanistan President, Hamid Karzai, survived an assassination attempt on Thursday when an Afghan security guard fired at his car as it was leaving the Governor's mansion here, witnesses said. Mr. Karzai's condition was ...
BCCI meet to discuss ICC letter tomorrow
LONDON, SEPT. 5. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has convened a special working committee meeting in New Delhi on Saturday to consider a letter sent to it by the International Cricket Council (ICC) in connection with the ICC ...
Send Nedumaran, Mani: Veerappan
BANGALORE, SEPT. 5. The forest brigand, Veerappan, who sent a cassette today to the Karnataka Chief Minister, S. M. Krishna, has urged him to send the Tamilar Desiya Iyakkam leader, P. Nedumaran, and the Tamil activist, Kolathur Mani, to the ...
More voices against disinvestment policy
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 5. Differences over the disinvestment policy, especially with reference to public sector undertakings in the oil sector, became further accentuated today with the issue reportedly figuring at two separate high-level meetings. The ...
Sachin's feat
LONDON, SEPT. 5. Sachin Tendulkar today became the youngest cricketer in the world to play 100 Test matches when he took the field in the series-deciding final Test between India and England at the Oval here. The 29-year-old batsman joins an ...
7 drowned in boat capsize
GUWAHATI, SEPT. 5.At least seven persons were drowned when their boat capsized in the Bramhaputra river in upper Assam's Dhemaji district today. A country boat carrying 22 persons from Jonai to Dhemaji capsized in the mid stream of the river, ...
HC admits Manisha plea
MUMBAI, SEPT. 5.The Bombay High Court today stayed the release of the film, Ek Choti Si Love Story, while admitting an appeal filed by actress Manisha Koirala challenging its earlier order which dismissed her plea to delete the ...

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