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    Order discharging Advani set aside
    Allahabad High Court orders trial against Joshi, Uma Bharti, Singhal in Babri Masjid case

    ``More terrorist incidents could disrupt peace process''
    Prime Minister asks BJP not to go after "cheap political points"

    Attack on another Kashmir Minister
    Minister of State for Public Health and Engineering Syed Bashir Ahmad escapes unhurt

    `Keep watch on top 100 corporate taxpayers'
    The methods of tax evasion become more sophisticated

    India may agree to defer vote on G-4 resolution on U.N. Council
    The feeling is that it might be better to have an open-ended debate

    Norms for foreign investment in print media notified
    Move aimed at enhancing syndication limits in Indian newspapers

    Kabini dam gates opened; outflow 20,000 cusecs
    MYSORE: Low-lying areas along the banks of the Kabini river in parts of Mysore district have been inundated after the crest gates of the Kabini reservoir at H.D. Kote were opened due to a rapid rise in the reservoir level. This follows good ...

    Three Babbar Khalsa militants held in Jammu
    NEW DELHI: Three alleged Babbar Khalsa International (BKI) militants have been arrested in Jammu by the Special Cell of the Delhi police. The police claim to have recovered 2.5 kg of explosive RDX and 10 detonators during the operation. ...

    Olympics returns to London after 64 years
    SINGAPORE: London earned the right to host the 2012 Olympic Games, emerging winner in a tight race among five candidate cities, as the International Olympic Committee (IOC) held the much-awaited election here on Wednesday. With Moscow, New York ...

    Terrain "favourable" for Kottarakara railway line
    Estimated cost of the project is Rs.110 crores

    Argentina bests Australia, tops pool
    The verdict not only pronounced the first defeat for the Aussies in six matches but also gave Argentina the honour of remaining the only undefeated combination in this championship

    IA's scheme
    NEW DELHI: Indian Airlines on Wednesday announced a scheme that offers up to 60 per cent discount on tickets for 85 routes across the country. — UNI

    Five die in two accidents at unmanned level crossings
    Victims include two engineers of Police Housing Corporation

    "Await High Court order on mini bus scheme"
    Government told not to take decision on introducing mini buses in districts and non-Corporation areas

    Guidelines for foreign investment in print media notified
    Move aimed at enhancement of syndication limits in Indian newspapers

    Police clueless about identity of terrorists
    Partial response in Ayodhya, Faizabad to Sangh Parivar-sponsored bandh

    Senate House on the road to resurrection
    CHENNAI: Madras University Vice-Chancellor S.P. Thyagarajan is an excited man. A historic landmark, the Senate House, is all set to regain its pristine glory — very soon. If all goes according to plan, the huge wooden doors will be ...

    Planting the city's kalpakavriksha
    COIMBATORE: To strains of M. S. Subbulakshmi's Vande Mataram , President A. P. J. Abdul Kalam scooped red earth into a pot and watered Pachai Nayagi, a peepul tree that is Coimbatore's Kalpakavriksha . With this, he launched ...

    Senate House on the road to resurrection
    CHENNAI: Madras University Vice-Chancellor S.P. Thyagarajan is an excited man. A historic landmark, the Senate House, is all set to regain its pristine glory — very soon. If all goes according to plan, the huge wooden doors will be ...

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