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  • From the Print Edition

    IAEA votes against Iran
    22-1 vote takes showdown with West to a new phase

    Vote not linked to deal with U.S., says India
    India supports keeping the door open for a dialogue and avoidance of confrontation on Iran nuclear issue

    No mid-term polls, says Manmohan
    Avoid confrontation on Iran nuclear issue

    Hurricane Rita pounds Texas, Louisiana; Houston escapes
    It smashes windows, sparks fires and knocks power out to 1 million people

    CRICKET
    Don't drag team into controversy: Sourav Ganguly
    MUMBAI: Sourav Ganguly flew into Mumbai from Zimbabwe early on Saturday morning along with vice-captain Rahul Dravid and the rest of the Indian team. The Indian skipper, addressing the media on arrival, asserted that he did not wish the team to ...

    NEWS ANALYSIS - CRICKET
    Pawar appeared to be in command
    Signs of cracks in the Dalmiya camp

    Three militants killed in Kashmir
    Abortive attempt to blow up police station

    Computerised power billing soon
    Low-tension consumers will be able to pay their bills at any office in a region

    JOBS ON OFFER
    Opportunity to strike fair deal
    Thousands attend on day onThe HinduOpportunities Fair.

    About 65 p.c. polling in first phase of local body elections
    Polling peaceful despite confusion over voters list; campaign for second phase ends

    Clashes, rigging bid and lathicharge mar polling in Andhra Pradesh
    64 per cent cast vote in municipalities and 57 per cent in corporations

    High command seeks `status report' on Delhi muddle
    NEW DELHI: Taking a serious view of the explosive findings of the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) of the Delhi Assembly that money had reportedly influenced the process of privatisation of power distribution in the Capital and monetary benefits ...

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