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    More than 2,000 feared killed as quake rocks Pakistan
    40 aftershocks cause panic; 400 children, 200 soldiers killed

    Over 300 killed in Jammu and Kashmir; Uri town flattened
    JAMMU: Over 300 people were killed and more than 700 injured in Jammu and Kashmir in Saturday's earthquake. More than 2,000 houses were damaged, and thousands became shelter-less in minutes. All parts of the State were jolted but the border ...

    CRICKET
    Down, but not out
    Gilchrist played a class innings, writes Virender Sehwag

    I do not disown responsibility: Manmohan
    Decision of Union Council of Ministers was based on Bihar Governor Buta Singh's report

    NEW ORLEANS NIGHTMARE
    Katrina brings medical student to Chennai hospital
    CHENNAI: Hurricane Katrina has forced a medical student of Tulane University to undertake an unexpected journey to Chennai for internship in a city hospital, as rebuilding the varsity campus is likely to take months. John Hay Wells is one of ...

    Bus operators postpone their strike plan
    Decision on fare hike after Thiruvananthapuram Lok Sabha byelection

    Shaken and shocked by the mighty earthquake
    NEW DELHI: The Capital along with many other cities and towns emerged shaken from the shock of the earthquake that hit North India on Saturday morning. A total of seven aftershocks were recorded during the day, all measuring above 5 on the ...

    Efforts fail to stop dam leakage
    Strong currents prevent officials at Narayanpur Dam from lowering stop log gate

    Pat for Netaji Apparel Park
    TIRUPUR: Secretary of Union Textiles Ministry, R. Poornalingam, is all praise for Netaji Apparel Park (NAP). "The Centre had cleared 13 such parks few years ago. So far nothing has come up except this." Lauding local leadership for ...

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