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  • From the Print Edition

    Volcker Report names Natwar Singh and Congress Party as "beneficiaries"


    Storm batters coastal Andhra, Rayalaseema
    At least 12 dead in three districts, standing crops in lakhs of acres damaged, railway track washed away

    Navy dismisses three officers
    Liable for action under Official Secrets Act as well

    Azad to be elected leader on Sunday
    NEW DELHI: The Legislature Party of the Congress in Jammu & Kashmir will meet on Sunday in Srinagar to formally elect Union Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad as its leader ahead of his taking charge as Chief Minister on November 2. The election of the .

    SPORT
    8-wicket win for India in second match
    MOHALI: India took a two-nil lead in the seven-match series for the Videocon Cup with a comprehensive eight-wicket win over Sri Lanka at the PCA stadium here on Friday. After Indian captain Rahul Dravid opted to field in the day-night ...

    PETER ROEBUCK COLUMN - SHOOTING FROM THE HIP
    A fine start for Rahul Dravid




    Chennaiites coping with the aftermath of rain havoc
    Inundated streets, lack of power supply and difficulty in getting relief plague residents

    Calm after the storm
    CHENNAI: Residents of rain-battered Chennai and its neighbourhood woke up to bright sunshine on Friday. As a result, those unable to venture out for their Deepavali shopping during the last few days flocked to shopping complexes. Tamil ...

    Cheney aide Libby indicted, resigns
    WASHINGTON: I. Lewis ``Scooter'' Libby, a top aide of U.S. Vice-President Dick Cheney, resigned on Friday after being indicted by the Special Prosecutor on five counts in a case of leaking of a CIA agent's identity. Libby, Mr. Cheney's Chief of ...

    Dharam Singh to lead all-party team to Manmohan on Monday
    32,000 houses damaged; State Cabinet decides to seek Rs. 1,167 crores as rain relief

    CM scheme for farmers' wards on track
    Farmers' Social Security Scheme to benefit college students in six districts

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