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    Left apprised of stand on Iran issue
    India will strive to ensure that the issue remains within IAEA

    Sharon forms new party, calls for polls
    DUBAI: Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon on Monday quit the governing Likud party, announced the formation of a new party and called for early polls. Israeli President Moshe Katsav, on whom Mr. Sharon called earlier in the day, said he ...

    Pakistan gave no proposal for self-governance: India
    NEW DELHI: India said on Monday night that it had received no proposal regarding so-called "self-governance" in Jammu and Kashmir during the November 12 Dhaka meeting between Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and his Pakistani counterpart Shaukat ...

    Secure driver's return: PM
    "Ensure protection to all Indians in Afghanistan"

    Two-pronged rehabilitation plan for quake victims
    "We are ready to face the winter"

    SPORT - CRICKET
    An engrossing tussle on the cards, but the weather gods have to oblige
    CHENNAI:

    We will adopt horses for courses policy
    Containing the deep Indian batting line-up needs a disciplined effort, writes Graeme Smith

    485 child labourers rescued
    Employers locked them in abandoned houses and underground workshops

    DMK Chief rebukes Ministers
    "A few Central Ministers" may not be aware of "corruption" in relief administration

    Corporation Council meet peaceful
    Opposition Councillors stage walkout towards the end of proceedings

    Five naxalites killed in encounters
    Maoists kill former colleague in Anantapur, another person in Guntur

    A bonanza for Delhi MLAs, Ministers and Chief Minister
    NEW DELHI: Notwithstanding their party president Sonia Gandhi's much talked about directive to the Congress rank and file to observe utmost austerity, the Delhi Cabinet on Monday voted for a post-Diwali bonanza of a hundred per cent increase in ...

    Private bus owners firm on strike
    Buses of Private Bus Owners Federation not to operate service

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