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    Violence erupts in Gurgaon again
    Rumours of missing Honda workers spark unrest; clashes outside hospital

    Haryana echo in Parliament
    Opposition, Left parties stage walkout; Hooda announces judicial probe

    Central team to visit Tamil Nadu, Karnataka to assess water needs
    Jayalalithaa urges Manmohan to call meeting of Cauvery River Authority immediately

    PETER ROEBUCK COLUMN - SHOOTING FROM THE HIP
    Speed merchants' contrasting fortunes
    Brett Lee and Jason Gillespie enjoyed contrasting fortunes.

    The day after: a wave of rage over Gurgaon
    NEW DELHI: On a day on which waves of protest against Monday's strong-arm police action against protesting workers in Gurgaon escalated and the police continued its battles, industry representatives termed the clash between Honda Motors ...

    CBI files charge sheet in stamp paper scam
    The accused include Telgi, his wife, a former State Minister and nine police officers

    54 die in Raigad floods, landslips
    MAHAD (MAHARASHTRA): At least 54 persons were killed on Tuesday in the worst floods and landslips in 16 years in Raigad district on the Konkan coast of Maharashtra, a senior police official said. At least 100 persons were feared dead in their ...

    Talks between Sonia and Deve Gowda end crisis
    Dharam Singh-led coalition Government survives threat

    Rain batters Mumbai
    MUMBAI: The commercial capital of India came to a standstill on Tuesday as non-stop rain resulted in the cancellation of suburban train services and massive flooding of roads. The airport was virtually closed, several flights were diverted and ...

    Seven killed, one missing in landslips at Munnar
    Over two dozen landslips occurred in the hill station

    Water release for Adi festival
    CHENNAI: Chief Minister Jayalalithaa on Tuesday ordered release of 1000 million cubic (one TMC) feet from Mettur Reservoir for eight days from July 27 (Wednesday) in view of the "Adi Perukku" festival on August 3. Residents of towns along the ...

    RTC employees to go on strike again
    YSR dispels fears about privatisation; says there will be no retrenchment of staff

    Counselling for engineering stream to begin today
    Simultaneous counselling at six centres, including Cuddapah

    Cabinet panel-JAC talks fail
    Final round of dialogue;RTC staff keen on demands

    CITU calls for unity of trade unions
    To fight against `pro-capitalist polices' of UPA Government

    TDP submits list of 1000 malaria victims to NHRC
    NEW DELHI: A detailed list of names and addresses of nearly 1000 forest dwellers in Visakhapatnam district, who died recently due to dengue, malaria and anthrax, was submitted here on Tuesday by a delegation of Telugu Desam Party MPs to the ...

    TN getting four tmcft of water every day
    BANGALORE: Four tmcft of water from the Kabini reservoir is flowing every day into the Mettur Dam in Tamil Nadu, the Minister for Water Resources, M. Mallikarjun Kharge, informed the Legislative Assembly on Tuesday. Mr. Kharge said that the ...

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