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    Advani quits as BJP president
    Party cadres stunned, VHP members celebrate resignation in Ahmedabad

    Vajpayee stands by Advani
    "Remarks misinterpreted; everyone has the right to freedom of expression."

    ABVP men go on the rampage
    Attempt to disrupt meet discussing National Curriculum Framework

    Pataudi's Delhi house raided
    Ex-captain given time till June 10 to surrender after he failed to appear on Tuesday

    India is bound to dominate: Chappell
    SYDNEY: : With its huge population, India is bound to dominate the world in many spheres and cricket won't be an exception, said Australian batting great and new Team India coach Greg Chappell. Sydney Morning Herald quotes the former ...

    I'm no one-Slam wonder, says Roddick
    LONDON: With an expression of wistful patience Andy Roddick gazed up from the dining area of Queen's Club towards an elongated TV monitor where Rafael Nadal and Mariano Puerta were knocking up for the French Open final at Roland Garros. ...

    Pakistan shares honours
    KINGSTON: : Pakistan finished off the West Indies in 13 overs on the final day to win the second cricket Test by 136 runs at Sabina Park and level the two-match series 1-1 on Tuesday. West Indies was bowled out for 143 after making 404 in the ...

    BSNL-Star tie-up
    NEW DELHI: BSNL has tied up with Star India Ltd. for facilitating tele-voting in its famous quiz programme ``Kaun Banega Crorepati 2'' to select contestants. — ...

    Military device missing
    NEW DELHI: A military equipment usedto check infiltration in border areas was reported missing on Tuesday. It was being ferried by train from Machilipatnam in Andhra Pradesh to Rajouri in Jammu and Kashmir and went missing between Nizamuddin and ...

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