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    `Suicide bomber' shot dead in London
    Police chased suspect through Stockwell tube station, killed him as he tried to board a train

    Pipeline: Left concern over Manmohan's remarks
    NEW DELHI: The Left parties on Friday expressed concern over Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's remark that the India-Pakistan-Iran gas pipeline project was fraught with difficulties. Going ahead with the project would be "an acid test" for the ...

    `Biscuit bandits' on the prowl
    Gangs thrive due to lack of coordination between agencies, say railway officials

    Blasts before Lalu appears in court
    PATNA: The RJD leader Lalu Prasad appeared before the CBI special judge in connection with the disproportionate assets case over a discrepancy in the charge sheet filed against him and his wife and the former Chief Minister, Rabri Devi, on ...

    Volkswagen to pay damages
    HYDERABAD: German auto major Volkswagen has decided to pay two million euros to the Andhra Pradesh Government for the damages caused and kept its options on the car project open. Announcing its decision to pay the equivalent of Rs. 11.67 ...

    U-turn at JNU over madrassa admissions
    Resentment brewing as Alimiyat Fazeelat certificates are no longer considered equivalent to Class XII

    Sensex crosses 7400-mark
    Biggest single-session rise since February 28

    Programming their way to global acclaim
    CHENNAI: : Two Chennai-based students have made the city proud as also their native Bihar. Amit Kumar Choubey and Ravi Raushan, III year Electronic and Communications Engineering students of Dr. MGR Educational and Research Institute, say they ...

    Tourism Department plans to make Chettinad an attractive destination
    Tourism ministry to host dedicated web site for promoting rural India

    PETER ROEBUCK COLUMN
    Spellbinding show
    Even by his own elevated standards, Glenn McGrath's performance on a sunblessed afternoon at Lord's was spellbinding. Bowling with hypnotic precision and with precious few runs to protect, he dismantled his opponents, took them apart with the ...

    `Lavalin deal not discussed by LDF'
    THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Leader of the Opposition V. S. Achuthanandan has said that the deal between the Kerala State Electricity Board (KSEB) and the Canadian firm SNC Lavalin, struck at the time of the LDF Government, was not discussed by the LDF ...

    It is expansion time in Tirupur
    TIRUPUR: S. Raghupathy of Roshan Garments is bubbling with enthusiasm. A nationalised bank is about to sanction him a hefty Rs. 1-crore loan to buy seven knitting machines. The job worker, who converts yarn into fabric, obtained a loan of Rs. 60 ...

    Malaysia Airlines defers service in Tiruchi-Kuala Lumpur sector
    Uncertainty over completion of runway expansion in time

    Five jail officials suspended
    DIG (Jails) asked to investigate mix-up of identities of two undertrial prisoners

    `I know Delhiites are feeling unsafe, but I am powerless'
    NEW DELHI: Squarely blaming the Central Government, led by her own Congress Party, for the deteriorating law and order situation in the Capital, especially when it comes to crimes against women, Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit on Friday ...

    Concept trains for three States
    Velu promises `Village on Wheels' in Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu

    Mangalore-Hassan broad-gauge line to be ready by November
    Train service between the two cities may start in December

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