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    Green signal for Pakistan helicopters
    Request to fly in the no-fly zone along LoC accepted

    An alliance for ending injustice, says Sonia
    Congress president kicks off campaign; `NDA neglected Bihar'

    Quake has hit Hizb, Lashkar hard: Army
    The earthquake could affect their operations in Jammu and Kashmir Messages intercepted by the Army indicated that the Hiizb-ul seemed to have lost more men than the LeT

    RECRUITMENT DRIVE
    City, preferred destination
    CHENNAI: The city seems poised to emerge as the preferred destination for IT giants to conduct headhunts. On Sunday, HCL Technologies Ltd. will organise a recruitment drive with aspirants coming from all over India to Anna University. As ...

    State will consider cut in luxury tax: Jayalalithaa
    Master plan incorporating development features for Chennai being finalised

    Vizag reels under heavy rain; flights suspended; naval personnel rescue staff
    Hundreds of habitations under water in State; crops lost in four lakh acres

    Infosys founder appeals to leaders to improve urban governance
    Transparency, fairness, and accountability have to be ensured, says Narayana Murthy

    A voice now for the Dancing Girl of Mohenjodaro
    NEW DELHI: More than 50 masterpieces at the National Museum here in the Capital will get a voice this coming week. With the museum all set to launch an audio guide for some of its prized possessions in five languages, the good old Dancing Girl of ...

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