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  • From the Print Edition

    Phone link with PoK established
    Kashmiris call up kin across LoC

    BJP demands removal of two Ministers
    On Election Commission orders, police team formed to probe release of Rashtriya Janata Dal candidate

    Bihar Second phase polling on Nov 13
    PATNA: Bihar Governor Buta Singh on Wednesday issued notification for the third phase of polling in 72 constituencies of 12 districts on November 13.

    Court orders removal of illegal additions to VIP bungalows
    NEW DELHI: Observing that no one is above the law whether he or she is a Minister or a Member of Parliament, the Delhi High Court on Wednesday ordered removal of all unauthorised alterations and constructions in bungalows allotted to Ministers, ...

    Dengue within "reasonable" limit in Chennai
    Though the situation is not alarming, public health experts urge people to take precautions

    Hearing of plea against Lalu's bail deferred
    Apex court to examine High Court report on fodder scam cases

    Curfew continues in Mau
    MAU/MUZAFFARNAGAR/LUCKNOW (U.P.): Even as curfew remained in force in the riot-hit Mau town of Uttar Pradesh, the authorities on Wednesday allowed residents to come out and collect essential commodities, including medicines and milk, following an ...

    BCCI poll: former CEC consensus observer
    Parties favour wide powers to observer

    Supreme Court admits appeals in Staines case
    CBI challenges Orissa High Court order

    Tendulkar draws loudest cheers
    Dravid, Sehwag conspicuous by absenceTendulkar had a lengthy batting session

    Dravid will relish leadership challenge
    The captain owns no wand, but he is an intelligent and persevering fellow, unafraid of sweat and ideas, committed to his team's cause, writes Rohit Brijnath

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