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    Blasts in Delhi Jama Masjid leave 14 persons injured
    Low-intensity crude devices used; Shahi Imam appeals for calm

    Five killed in 7 explosions in Srinagar
    Four militant outfits claim responsibility

    CRICKET
    Dhoni — a true match-winner
    Only area of concern for India at the World Cup may be their outfielding

    SHOOTING FROM THE HIP: PETER ROEBUCK COLUMN
    The day of reckoning has come


    Another chance for youngsters to shine
    Ramesh Powar wants to continue his good showing in the seventh and final one-dayer

    Dual citizenship for Swraj Paul
    LONDON: NRI industrialist Lord Swraj Paul and his wife Lady Aruna Paul have acquired the Overseas Citizenship of India. ``I am happy the Government of India has finally decided to sanction the dual citizenship. Not that I am more Indian now than ...

    Fishermen flee village after police action
    Kovalakuppam residents wanted for "creating trouble for nearby star hotel"

    An inhuman act: President
    NEW DELHI: President A. P. J. Abdul Kalam and Vice-President Bhairon Singh Shekhawat have condemned Friday's bomb blasts at the Jama Masjid in Delhi and in Srinagar. Mr. Kalam said he was deeply pained that "such inhuman acts have been carried ...

    Attack on cinema showing Aamir's film
    AHMEDABAD: Youth Congress workers on Friday attacked a cinema house showing an Amir Khan film in Vadodara and forced the authorities to suspend the show. The demonstration spread to many other parts of Gujarat. Effigies of the actor and ...

    Manmohan, Sonia appeal for peace
    Home Minister Shivraj Patil reviews law and order situation

    Democratic rights trampled upon: Karat
    State farmers migrated to urban areas for livelihood, he says

    Kumaraswamy slams police officials
    Anti-social elements instigated to cause mayhem, says Chief Minister

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