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Likely to discuss India's role
Celebrations break out across France
Critics laud team earlier dismissed as "a bunch of old men"; Henry says "we played a tactical game"
Zidane inspires, Henry scores, Brazil dethroned
FRANKFURT: A Thierry Henry goal handed France a well-deserved 1-0 win over lacklustre defending champion Brazil in a World Cup quarterfinal match here on Saturday. France, whose dominant midfield display was fired by the imperious Zinedine ...
Pride, passion and then sorrow
Gelsenkirchen: After the match, his final defeat as England manager, Sven-Goran Eriksson seemed somehow much smaller as he prepared to take questions from his tormentors in the press. In the days before the quarterfinal those closest to him had ...
India sets sights on historic series win
Set a target of 269 on a tricky track, West Indies loses Gayle early
Validating Nietzsche's idea of eternal recurrence
LONDON: : A curling David Beckham free-kick away from the Earls Court underground station, a little over an hour after sunrise on Sunday, garbage bins were overflowing with empty beer cans. It was already warm on a day when temperatures were ...
"Reconsider move on Neyveli plant"
Karunanidhi's second letter to Manmohan
Revealing sketches of Indian culture
CHENNAI: Two children from a middling suburban school have done their institution proud by having their paintings showcased at an exhibition in the U.S. that featured works from 30 countries. The works of L. Praveena and K. Karthik of ...
Doubts over shuttle launch
CAPE CANAVERAL (FLORIDA);: Rain pelted the Kennedy Space Center on Sunday and threatened NASA's already-delayed launch of the space shuttle Discovery, an attempt at the second U.S. spaceflight since the Columbia disaster three years ago. Only ...
V.P. Singh for referendum on reservation
Withdraw concessions to private sector if it does not implement policy, says CPI leader D. Raja
Projects worth Rs. 3,000 crore for Salem's `Vision Progress'
Blueprint focuses on creation of infrastructure facilities
Tension in Golden Temple, edict against Akali leader
AMRITSAR: Head priests of the Akal Takht issued an edict on Sunday barring radical Akali leader Simranjit Singh Mann from religious functions after his supporters allegedly roughed up Shiromani Gurudwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) chief Avtar ...
Managements threaten to go to court against Bill
Ready for talks with Government to break deadlock
Rs. 190-cr. to provide drinking water in Kolar
Chief Minister to discuss spread of chikungunya in the State with officials on Wednesday
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