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Provide signals to DD for all matches: Court
NEW DELHI, MARCH 17.The Supreme Court today directed Ten Sports, Dubai-based television channel, to continue to give live signals and provide facilities to Doordarshan for telecast of the remaining three One-Day International cricket matches and ...

Telangana, Vidarbha not on our agenda: Advani
HYDERABAD, MARCH 17. The Deputy Prime Minister, L.K. Advani, said here today that the second round of talks with the All-Parties Hurriyat Conference leaders would be held in Delhi on March 27, marking an important step in bringing peace to Jammu ...

ELECTIONS - 2004
The importance of being Kalyan Singh
The return of Kalyan Singh to the former party will have an impact on its prospects in the Lodh heartland of Uttar Pradesh. The BJP cound stand to gain in 11 Lok Sabha seats in the region, writes Venkatesh Ramakrishnan.

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In awe of the Taj Mahal of Indian cricket
So, what's new, some might ask. Nothing, really. Facts are facts. The first Indian ODI hundred on Pakistani soil was a marvellous exhibition of aggressive batsmanship under pressure. Yet, India did lose the match in the end. On the face of it, ...

Let secular forces join hands: CPI(M)
NEW DELHI, MARCH 17.The Communist Party of India (Marxist) said here today that all secular forces should unite to defeat the Bharatiya Janata Party-led National Democratic Alliance. "We are trying to persuade the secular parties to see reason ...

Car bomb destroys hotel in Baghdad, 27 killed
BAGHDAD, MARCH 17.A car bomb destroyed a hotel in central Baghdad on Wednesday night, killing at least 27 people and injuring 41, the U.S. military said. U.S. soldiers and Iraqi ambulances rushed to the scene, and rescuers pulled out bodies from ...

Cricketspeak
NEW DELHI, MARCH 17.When there was no end to arguments and counter-arguments, the Chief Justice of India, V.N. Khare, asked counsel to stop, as he was to dictate the order. Senior counsel for Modi Entertainment Network, Harish Salve, intervened ...

It's final, no truck with Congress: Mayawati
NEW DELHI. MARCH 17. The Bahujan Samaj Party today put an end to all speculation about an alliance with the Congress, by announcing its decision to go it alone in the coming Lok Sabha elections. The BSP chief, Mayawati, also made it clear that ...

Hurriyat invited
SRINAGAR MARCH. 17. The Centre today invited the Hurriyat Conference (Abbas) chairman, Moulana Abbas Ansari, for the second round of talks with the Deputy Prime Minister, L.K. Advani, in New Delhi on March 27. Confirming the receipt of the ...



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