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    Advani to step down, criticises RSS
    Will demit office as BJP president at December Mumbai meet

    How much did Vajpayee know?
    CHENNAI: That the "war" within the BJP and in the larger Sangh Parivar was not about to end soon became clear when serious attempts were made by elements close to Mr. Advani to convey to the press that the former Prime Minister, Atal Bihari ...

    Congress, CPI deny receiving funds from KGB, dismiss reports in book
    The book has come out when most of the principal players are no longer alive, says Abhishek Singhvi

    "Attempt to malign Indira"
    PATNA: The Former Bihar Chief Minister, Jagannath Mishra, on Sunday termed as "absurd, imaginary and based on hearsay" the allegations against Indira Gandhi and his elder brother, late Lalit Narain Mishra, by a former Soviet archivist that they ...

    German polls: Schroeder, Merkel make claims
    BERLIN: In a day of total surprises in Germany's most hotly contested elections in recent times, both the challenger Conservative Angela Merkel and outgoing Social Democratic Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder claimed they could head the country's next ...

    Four-laning project to be completed by March 2008
    State Government thwarting Central schemes, says Karunanidhi

    CPI to ally with LJP
    NEW DELHI: The Communist Party of India on Sunday announced that it would go with the Lok Jan Shakti Party and other Left parties in the coming Assembly elections in Bihar polls by offering a secular alternative. "We are opposed to the misrule ...

    E-mail to the rescue of distressed
    CHENNAI: Since going public with its e-mail ID on Monday, Chennai-based suicide prevention organisation, Sneha, has received at least two messages. Three others emailed the organisation to "simply communicate what was troubling them." The ...

    All eyes will be on Sania
    KOLKATA: The focus will be on Sania Mirza at the Sunfeast Open. And the effervescent girl will be carrying with her the burden of expectations. An eager nation awaits a Hyderabad encore. She is not the top seed at the $170,000 WTA tournament ...

    A tough coach with a messianic zeal
    HARARE: "I don't think anything in life goes exactly as you want it mate," said Indian coach Greg Chappell during the early part of the Zimbabwe tour on whether his methods were returning the success he expected. Prophetic words. Life can't ...

    We will do our best: Paes
    NEW DELHI: Leander Paes emphasised the importance of putting the country's interest ahead of one's personal ambitions as he led the Indian team to a stint of practice in preparation for the World Group play-off tie to be held at the R. K. Khanna ...

    Four V-Cs sacked for `gross irregularities'
    The V-Cs have been "relieved of their responsibilities with effect from September 17, 2005," a Raj Bhavan communique said

    Dengue virus still prevails in Tirupur
    17 tested positive; kit tests are not confirmatory ones: Health Department

    Joint exercises planned with leading foreign armies
    To act as diplomatic tool for pursuing national security strategies

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