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    31 killed, 100 injured in Malegaon blasts
    People gathered for Friday prayers targeted; situation in city tense; red alert in Maharashtra

    RAF, NSG teams rushed to Malegaon
    NEW DELHI: The Union Home Ministry on Friday rushed six companies of the Rapid Action Force (RAF) to Malegaon, near Nashik, in Maharashtra where bomb blasts earlier in the day left about 30 dead and 45 injured. Describing the terror attacks as ...

    Major arms haul in A.P.
    Seizure includes 42 rocket launchers, 1,000 empty shells and 35 improvised landmines

    CRICKET
    Runs galore in the first practice game


    TENNIS
    Blake gives Federer a solid work out
    NEW YORK:

    HOCKEY
    India's shortcomings to the fore again
    Monchengladbach: There is a sense of disbelief and disappointment among the sizeable number of Indian supporters here over the poor showing of the national team in the first two encounters. Several have taken pains to travel from all over ...

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    DVAC raid on houses of former Ministers
    Cases registered against Panneerselvam, Anita Radhakrishnan

    Jharkhand MLAs say notice is mala fide
    Plea in apex court against disqualification move

    October 10 deadline to end child labour
    Focus on domestic and restaurant workers

    Proposal for scholarship scheme for merit seats
    Cabinet sub-committee to study recommendations of Mohammed panel

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