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    King Fahd is dead, Abdullah is King
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    Magsaysay for Dr. Shanta
    SINGAPORE: Dr. V. Shanta, Chairperson of the Cancer Institute, Adyar, in Chennai, has won the Ramon Magsaysay Award for Public Service for 2005. The eminent physician was given the award in recognition of her "untiring leadership of the ...

    Rain and pain returns to Mumbai
    MUMBAI: Mumbai woke up once again to heavy rain and many parts reported water logging and traffic disruptions on Monday. Appeals were made on radio and television asking the people to stay indoors. Local trains ran almost empty and offices ...

    LJP leader's guesthouse blown up
    PATNA: Suspected armed naxalites blew up the guesthouse of Lok Jan Shakti Party chief and Union Steel Minister Ram Vilas Paswan's brother at Chatar village in Bihar's Khagaria district on Sunday night. The police said 50-60 naxalites ...

    Car project is on: Volkswagen
    HYDERABAD: For three years now, Andhra Pradesh has been pining and lobbying hard for a car project in the State. Hopes of getting one were relived with Frank Elbe, visiting special envoy of the German automobile major, Volkswagen, making it ...

    Mettur getting copious inflows
    Reservoir likely to reach its full level later this week, say officials

    CBI raids 77 premises: Rs.4,000-crore housing scam
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    Pluralism is India's message: Manmohan
    ``If India succeeds, we will have lessons for the rest of the world''

    JD (S) leadership decides to remove Siddaramaiah as JDLP leader
    Leaders to finalise names of three legislators to be accommodated in the Ministry

    Sania Mirza's ranking up to career-best 59
    NEW DELHI: Sania Mirza has reached a career-best ranking of 59 in the latest list released by the WTA on Monday. With 45 points coming from the tournament in Stanford where she lost the second round to Venus Williams after making the main draw ...

    My heart is with F-1: Narain
    Budapest: After coming up with his `best' performance of the season in the Hungarian GP, Narain Karthikeyan has declared that his heart beats only for Formula One and that he cannot imagine being anywhere else. Narain was obviously referring ...

    `The Wall' is as cool as ever
    DAMBULLA: An iron fist in a silk glove. That's what Rahul Dravid is — be it as batsman or captain. The Indian skipper spent Monday afternoon at the pool in the quaint setting of the Culture Club. Surely, there must be a million thoughts ...

    Flood situation continues to be grim in Bagalkot district
    Administration begins airdropping of food, 2,000 people shifted to safe places

    Tuticorin district police set to get ISO-9001 certification
    A detailed report on the observations made during the inspection would be prepared within the next two days and sent to the Joint Accreditation System, Australia and New Zealand, Melbourne, which issues the certification.

    Siddaramaiah removed as JDLP leader?
    BANGALORE: The Janata Dal (Secular) leadership on Monday night acted on expected lines and is believed to have decided to remove the Deputy Chief Minister, Siddaramaiah, as leader of the party's legislature party and elected the Revenue ...

    Junior doctors reprimanded
    HYDERABAD: A Division Bench of the High Court on Monday reprimanded leaders of the junior doctors who tried to seek an appointment with the judges who are hearing the case. The Bench issued suo moto notice to the junior doctors' leader, Suresh ...

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