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    Maniappan's body found
    More security for Indian personnel in Afghanistan

    Volcker: NDA plans adjournment motion
    To demand resignation of Sonia as UPA chairperson and that of Natwar Singh from Cabinet

    Nitish Kumar to be sworn in today
    BJP's Sushil Kumar Modi to be the Deputy Chief Minister Nitish swept the NDA's demand for Buta Singh's ouster under the carpet, adopting a `let bygones be bygones' posture

    Misconceptions about modes of HIV transmission
    Workshop finds that knowledge gaps exist even among the health workers

    Three CRPF jawans killed in fidayeen attack in Srinagar
    Two militants tried to sneak into the camp and both were killed

    Sri Lankan Cabinet sworn in
    Rajapakse retains the crucial portfolios of Finance and Defence

    Security stepped up in central prisons
    Following Central alert Tamil Nadu Special Police personnel deployed Following Central alert, Tamil Nadu Special Police personnel deployed

    New funding pattern likely for Bangalore metro rail
    Long-awaited infrastructure project is in the final stage of being approved

    Now Ayodhya, Godhra for school textbooks
    NEW DELHI: Nearly 13 years after the demolition of the Babri Masjid, the Ayodhya temple dispute is set to find its way into school textbooks along with the much talked about Godhra riots in Gujarat. For the first time, school children will get to ...

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