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    Evidence points to LTTE, says Colombo
    Emergency declared; Kadirgamar a hero, says President Chandrika

    A friend of India: Manmohan
    Kadirgamar was a great Sri Lankan and a friend of India: Manmohan

    DPA seeks law to continue quota system
    Centre will be urged to pass legislation in current Parliament session

    Report on police exam paper leak submitted
    CHENNAI: With the Tamil Nadu Government taking action against several police personnel, including an Inspector-General of Police in connection with the leak of the question paper for police recruitment, candidates wonder whether the examination ...

    COLLECTIVE EFFORT
    Barnala launches cleaning campaign at Raj Bhavan
    CHENNAI: Time: 8-30 a.m. Day: Saturday. Venue: the sylvan green lawns of Raj Bhavan. Chief Guest: Governor Surjit Singh Barnala. But Mr Barnala did not have any prepared speech and no aides flanked him. Instead, he launched a mass cleaning ...

    Sonia Gandhi has a glimpse of flood situation in State
    Promises adequate funds for relief and reconstruction work

    After privatisation of power, a `secret deal' now on water?
    CPI accuses Delhi Government of succumbing to World Bank pressure and demands rollback of move for privatisation of the Capital's water supply system

    `Quota in private colleges must stay'
    Naidu calls for all-party meeting to discuss restoration of reservations

    Bus operators in State call off strike
    Transport Commissioner to hold talks with operators before finalising report

    State gets Rs.30-crore tourism projects
    ALAPPUZHA: Union Minister of State for Tourism Renuka Choudhury announced on Saturday three tourism projects, estimated at Rs.30 crores, for the State. Attending the Nehru Trophy Boat Race here as chief guest, she said the Union Ministry of ...

    Relief panels set up for riot victims
    Panels will submit reports by October 15, no extension

    PETER ROEBUCK COLUMN: SHOOTING FROM THE HIP
    Timid umpiring costs Warne dear
    It seems that international umpires have formed a collective view that Warne has been too liberally treated over the years

    Lok Satta probe finds Group -I paper leak
    Enquiry committee's report on findings released

    Accord with TRS not violated: YSR
    HYDERABAD: The Chief Minister, Y. S. Rajasekhara Reddy, has denied that there is any violation of the understanding on six contentious issues that he reached with the Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) president, K. Chandrasekhara Rao, in New Delhi ...

    Lorry runs over two footpath vendors
    HYDERABAD: Two footpath vendors were mowed down by a lorry at Bapughat under the Langer Houz police limits on Saturday evening. At least five others suffered injuries while a car and a couple of two-wheelers got damaged. The lorry on its way to ...

    Two boys drowned
    HYDERABAD: Two boys were drowned in a 15-foot-deep ditch at a construction site at Kranti Nagar under the Chatrinaka police on Saturday afternoon. The police said J. Sri Krishna (11) and G. Shiva Kumar (10), along with their friend, Mahesh, ...

    Fails drug test
    NEW DELHI: India's discus thrower Neelam Jaswant Singh tested positive for a banned drug in the World Athletics Championships in Helsinki, Finland. — PTI

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