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  • From the Print Edition

    Serial blasts kill 70 persons in Delhi
    Bombs go off at two marketplaces and one explodes inside a DTC bus; countrywide red alert sounded

    When the festive mood was shattered...
    The marketplace was packed with Diwali shoppers

    Allegations baseless, says Natwar
    NEW DELHI: External Affairs Minister Natwar Singh has described as "baseless and untrue" allegations made by the Volcker Committee in its report that the Congress and he were non-contractual beneficiaries of the United Nations' Iraqi oil-for-food ...

    102 die as floods wash away train in A.P.
    Many irrigation tanks breached their banks and flooded the culvert leaving the tracks dangling

    40-45 p.c. votes polled
    PATNA: An estimated 40-45 per cent of people voted to decide the fate of 62 candidates in seven constituencies on Friday in Bihar. Polling, scheduled for October 26, was deferred in these constituencies apprehending law and order problem. — ...

    Consular access
    NEW DELHI: India on Friday pressed Bangladesh for setting up ``a suitable mechanism or protocol'' to settle the issue of illegal cross-border movement. Both sides agreed to provide consular access to insurgents and criminals arrested by either ...

    Warrant against Medha
    NEW DELHI: A non-bailable arrest warrant was issued against environmental activist Medha Patkar on Friday by a Delhi court in a defamation case filed against her, to be executed on or before February 14, 2006. — PTI ...

    Sentence deferred
    NEW DELHI: A city court on Friday deferred till Monday the pronouncement of the sentence against seven convicts in the December 2000 Red Fort shootout case. — ...

    U.P. Governor has `overstepped the limits of his office'
    NEW DELHI: The Communist Party of India (Marxist) on Saturday said there were grounds to believe that the Uttar Pradesh Governor, T.V. Rajeshwar, has "overstepped the limits of his office." On certain issues such as assent to legislation passed ...




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