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    Terror attacks stun London
    37 killed, over 300 injured as bombs go off on bus and at underground stations; Blair vows to defeat terrorism

    Eclipsed by London blasts, Gleneagles summit grapples with climate change
    Plus 5 nations seek "greater voice" in U.N. decision-making

    Serial blasts throw London into chaos
    The mood in the city was sombre and subdued, but there was little sign of outright panic

    We need to work together: Manmohan
    GLENEAGLES (SCOTLAND): Expressing grief and outrage over the terrorist attacks in London on Thursday, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said the incidents underscored the contention that terrorism was a global scourge that had to be tackled through ...

    Terrorists will not succeed, says Blair
    War on terror goes on, says Bush; the great nations of the world must unite to fight terrorism: Chirac

    New York Times journalist jailed
    NEW YORK: The New York Times reporter Judith Miller was on Wednesday night sent to jail for refusing to reveal her source in an investigation into the leak of an undercover CIA agent's name. But in a dramatic conclusion to a two-year ...

    21 ex-LJP MLAs join JD (U)
    PATNA: The Lok Janshakti Party on Thursday suffered a jolt with as many as 21 of its former legislators in the dissolved House joining the Janata Dal (United) ahead of the coming elections to the Assembly. Other senior leaders including the ...

    No regrets for being dropped: Sinha
    RANCHI: Senior BJP leader Yashwant Sinha on Thursday said that he has no regret for being dropped from the post of party spokesman. Talking to newspersons here after arriving from Delhi he said, ``BJP President L. K. Advani, took the right ...

    THE PETER ROEBUCK COLUMN
    Confident England ready for a fight
    No sooner had a fellow set foot in England than the changes were obvious. Our train was modern and close enough to its predicted timetable to satisfy Mussolini. Whereas the leading newspapers used to be roughly the shape of Laxman, nowadays they ...

    High-voltage contests in the offing
    Rotterdam: As the junior hockey World Cup enters the final phase this week-end there is an inescapable sense of deja vu. The inspiring panorama of youth talent across the globe provided an insight into the enlarging base. But there is a filament ...

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