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  • From the Print Edition

    Parleys begin for Bihar polls
    RJD-led combination has more or less finalised seat-sharing

    Evolve consensus on Iran issue: Natwar
    Pushes for intensive diplomatic consultations at meeting with Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice

    AICTE nod for 5,690 more engineering seats
    The increase in intake will only result in colleges having more seats for the asking, say academics

    North Korea's nuclear agreement hits a snag
    Pyongyang insists on receiving light-water reactors from U.S.

    ISRO plans to launch 10 satellites in four years
    A Rs. 3,000-crore investment will facilitate telecom, broadcasting and meteorological services; Cartosat launch next year

    Irfan Pathan has Zimbabwe in a bind
    HARARE: It was over almost before it began. As a contest, the second Royal Stag Test between India and Zimbabwe at the Harare Sports Club here ended within the first hour of day one on Tuesday. Four wickets fell and Irfan Pathan ran amok. The ...

    Sania clears first hurdle with ease
    Sunitha Rao's quality second serves ground Neha Uberoi

    Incessant rain plays havoc in coastal Andhra, Telangana regions; 30 killed
    Large tracts under water, Godavari rising menacingly; rail, road links severed

    AICTE nod for 5,690 more engineering seats
    The increase in intake will only result in colleges having more seats for the asking, say academics

    Naxal issue: Centre okays use of choppers
    Police chief explains major decisions at Chief Ministers' Delhi meeting

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