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    Left: India yielded to U.S. pressure
    Vote against Iran under attack

    Chappell disappointed over letter leak
    BCCI appeals to all cricketers under contract to exercise restraint

    Vajpayee criticises RSS attempt to restrict thought process
    "It is a constantly evolving process; there should be room for fresh thoughts"

    PETER ROEBUCK COLUMN - SHOOTING FROM THE HIP
    Coaches must work with their captains
    A cricketing culture can be compared to a car. If every component is working then the vehicle moves forwards impressively. As soon as one part goes wrong the entire construction grinds to a halt. Then the owner must choose between repairs and the ...

    Chappell's first 100 days in office
    MUMBAI: : Greg Chappell's first 100 days with the Indian cricket team has been a mixed bag marked by a fair share of controversies probably he's not to be blamed for. He has dealt with two tours involving four teams and with two captains in ...

    Centre proposes to lay six-lane roads, says Baalu
    "The Rs. 22,750-crore project will cover 6,500 km of national highways"

    U.S. to pick up the pieces as Rita eases
    Texas Governor Rick Perry tells evacuees to stay where they are till it's safe to return home

    HEART OF THE MATTER
    Lifestyle key to health
    Shunning junk food and cigarettes helps to fight cardiac problems.

    8 die in house collapses
    DEHRADUN: Eight persons were killed in Uttaranchal and western Uttar Pradesh on Sunday in incidents of house collapse triggered by incessant rains. — ...

    Earthquake rocks Indonesia
    JAKARTA: An earthquake of 5.6 magnitude rocked Indonesia's North Sulawesi city of Manado and North Maluku city of Ternate on Sunday morning, an official of the Jakarta Meteorological and Geophysical Body (BMG) said. "But, so far, we have ...

    State to complain to Centre about water release from Maharashtra
    To take up with Union Ministry move to increase storage capacity of Koyna Dam

    Congress MLA offers to quit
    Cites lathicharge on him at Samalkot as the provocation

    India joins mega cross-border project to save the tiger
    NEW DELHI: Anxious to save its tigers and curb trafficking, India has joined seven other countries including the United States, Britain, China and Russia, in an effort to focus world attention on the increasing threat to this apex predator, which ...

    Their numbers still rock the music world
    BANGALORE: Just as they had hoped, Michael Learns to Rock (MLTR) will return to Denmark with good memories of Bangalore. That's how it was the last time they were at the Palace Grounds. They performed here on Sunday after 10 years. They have ...

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