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Sachin surpasses Gavaskar's world record with 35th Test century at Kotla
Focus on India, Manmohan will tell ASEAN
Look East policy begins to bear fruit
A sigh of relief as storm crosses coast
However, samba crops which farmers hoped to revive took a beating following heavy rain
`Z plus' security for Nitish
PATNA: Hardly a week after upgrading security cover for Railway Minister and RJD leader Lalu Prasad in view of the perception of threat from `communal forces', the Centre accorded the `Z plus' status to Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, ...
56 killed in plane crash
LAGOS: A Nigerian passenger jet crashed in the southern city of Port Harcourt on Saturday, killing at least 56 people, reports said. The Sosoliso Airlines flight from Abuja "crash landed and burst into flames" with 110 people on board, the ...
`Fanoos' weakens into depression
CHENNAI: `Fanoos,' the cyclone, weakened into a deep depression and crossed the north Tamil Nadu coast near Vedaranyam at around 11 a.m. on Saturday. The depression lay over land and is likely to move in a westerly direction and weaken further, ...
French Sikhs lose right to wear turban
PARIS: A Sikh who won the right to wear his turban in his driving licence identity photo only to see that right withdrawn a day later will pursue his battle to find out if "one can be both Sikh and French," a spokesman for the community has ...
India struggles to make a match of it
Australia begins quest with a strong win
Tendulkar keeps his date with history
Special day for the maestro
New Delhi: After a special day that will be etched in the memories of everyone who saw it, Sachin Tendulkar who made his 35th Test hundred to cross Sunil Gavaskar's record, said it was "very satisfying" and that the moment was one of very few ...
Rs. 1,000-crore science foundation awaiting Parliament sanction: C.N.R. Rao
Two scientific institutes will start functioning in Pune and Kolkata in June 2006
Hear now: A daring new voice for the voiceless
NEW DELHI: Nalini Jameela is a Malayali writer from God's own country who has set a record of sorts in the publishing world. A sex-worker, she has little in common with Arundhati Roy -- who got the English world to notice the desi experience -- ...
Left must have greater space in polity, says Ramachandran Pillai
National seminar on `governance and development' concludes
And the title goes to... Miss Iceland
Unnur Birna Vilhjalmsdottir, a police officer, crowned Miss World
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