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  • From the Print Edition

    23 Karbis hacked to death in Assam
    Victims were pulled out of two buses

    Government to consider quota for Muslims in jobs, education
    It is awaiting Supreme Court verdict on implementation of 69 per cent reservation

    Sale of NTC mills land set aside
    MUMBAI: In a far-reaching judgment, the Bombay High Court on Monday set aside the recent multi-crore sales of textile mill lands in Mumbai by the National Textile Corporation (NTC). It has also paved the way for the availability of over 200 acres ...

    Manned space capsule lands safely
    Euphoric welcome for "taikonauts"; mission a milestone in China's space programme

    Left seeks white paper on WTO
    Says outcome will have far-reaching adverse consequences

    Pondy fiscal deficit goes up by Rs. 23 crores
    Increase due to a rise in plan and non-plan revenue expenditure: CAG report

    SHOOTING FROM THE HIP
    Aussies too good
    A longer preparation was needed, and one group of players with one captain and fewer charlatans

    The World XI bowled over by MacGill and Warne
    Australia bowled with discipline and intelligenceStuart MacGill claimed five wickets to finish the match with nine wicketsDismal show by World's top six batsmen

    `Sania Mirza is a role model'
    Sania has discipline, tenacity, flamboyance and talentShe is the first significant Indian female athleteThe tennis star is an icon

    Indefinite RTC strike begins
    Government- JAC talks fail; contingency plans in place to meet the strike

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