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    Bihar set for elections tomorrow
    Campaign ends for first phase, unprecedented security in place

    Natwar meets Iranian envoy
    India keen on renewed discussions between EU and Iran

    Supporters want Uma Bharti back
    She says meetings had nothing to do with politics

    13 drowned, 19 missing as boat capsizes
    MORENA (MADHYA PRADESH): Thirteen persons were drowned and 19 missing after a boat carrying pilgrims capsized on Chambal river near Chinnoni village here on Sunday, police said. Bodies of 13 pilgrims had been fished out, they said. The ...

    RYOTS UNRUFFLED
    Avian flu "no threat" here
    NAMAKKAL: At a time when fears of avian flu are on the rise, poultry farmers in Namakkal remain unruffled, claiming the birds in the region have a toned-up immune system. The landing of the Asian version of the dreaded H5N1 on the European ...

    Spotlight on Chaplins of Tamil cinema
    Comedians of yore will be felicitated at a function in Chennai on October 23

    Deve Gowda unimpressed with Infosys chief's new blueprint for development
    Says new mantra of shifting focus on urban-rural partnership is old wine in new bottle

    Tamil Nadu action welcome: Minister
    Kerala's apprehensions addressed; both Governments should hold more talks

    Delhiites keep a date with some running
    NEW DELHI: The Capital took to its feet on Sunday. Getting up early on a bright and sunny morning on a holiday for the Delhi Half-Marathon, it was a day when ordinary and extraordinary achievers came together to show a rare streak of enthusiasm. ...

    Flood scene shifts to Rayalaseema, Telangana
    Toll 33; Chief Minister asks Collectors not to delay relief

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