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    Heavy rains lash Mumbai again
    Schools, colleges to remain closed today

    BJP never compromised on national security: Advani
    BHOPAL: The two-day training programme for State Ministers and district presidents of the Madhya Pradesh unit of the Bharatiya Janata Party concluded at Mandu near Indore on Sunday with the party president, L.K. Advani, lashing out at the United ...

    Nuclear issue cannot be seen in isolation: CPI(M)
    Joint statement, defence deal, nuclear issue must be considered

    Pakistan bans import of films made in India
    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has banned import of films made or developed in India in any form, according to the new list of 30 banned items. According to the Import Policy Order 2005, the banned items include any "cinematograph film wholly or partly ...

    Reliance subsidiary acquires insurance company
    MUMBAI: Reliance Life Insurance Company Limited, a subsidiary of Reliance Capital Ltd. (RCL), on Sunday announced that it had agreed to acquire 100 per cent of the equity share capital of AMP Sanmar Life Insurance Company Limited for an ...

    Draft rolls to be out today
    The list can be accessed in offices of electoral registration officers

    `Given a choice, 40 per cent farmers will quit'
    Findings by NSSO should come as a wake up call for `corporate India'

    Two F-16s for Pakistan
    ISLAMABAD: The United States has approved an initial shipment of two F-16 fighter jets to Pakistan. According to a Washington news report in Pakistan daily The News the decision to provide Pakistan with two older but refurbished ...

    JD(S) legislators confused over time, venue of meeting
    M.P. Prakash may replace Siddaramaiah; Two Ministers may be sacked

    India canters home
    DAMBULLA: After the defeat at the hands of Sri Lanka in the opening game, Rahul Dravid spoke of the need for flexibility in the batting order. "Flexibility with options, now that (Sachin) Tendulkar, (Sourav) Ganguly and (VV.S) Laxman are ...

    Not the best of starts for Greg Chappell
    Dambulla: So Greg Chappell had a disappointing first day at office — out-thought by fellow Aussie Tom Moody and out-shouldered by Sanath Jayasuriya, right? Not quite. And no, the acrid smell of the axe on grindstone isn't pervading the ...

    SHOOTING FROM THE HIP
    Sustained excellence needed
    England is in trouble. Heavy defeat at Lord's has left the home side resembling a deflated balloon. It did not take long for the excitement to die down. A single spell from Glenn McGrath, a few wiles from Shane Warne, a couple of innings from ...

    Gurgaon incident will not impact FDI inflows: MNC survey
    NEW DELHI: An overwhelming 80 per cent of the CEOs of the multinational companies, polled by the ASSOCHAM Business Barometer (ABB), say that the Gurgaon incident involving labour clashes at the Honda facility will not have any impact on the ...

    A-I flight to London makes emergency landing in Delhi
    NEW DELHI: An Air India Boeing 747 aircraft carrying 315 passengers and crew from Mumbai to London made a safe landing amidst full emergency at the Indira Gandhi International airport in Delhi late on Sunday night after the pilot detected a ...

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