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  • From the Print Edition
    Al-Badr terrorist plot unearthed
    Two Pakistani militants held in Mysore

    Mysore terror threads were spun in Kashmir
    Commander of Al-Badr cell was shot dead in Srinagar on October 20

    From an unknown name to an emerging nightmare
    Al-Badr has for long harboured ambitions of taking its terror campaign to major cities across India

    CRICKET
    South Africa enters semifinals in style
    Makhaya Ntini, Shaun Pollock rip apart Pakistan batting line-up

    Windies looks like champion material
    The Indian batting order is not working at the moment, writes Viv Richards

    PETER ROEBUCK COLUMN - SHOOTING FROM THE HIP
    Time for chopping and changing has passed
    Indian batting order has a makeshift look, writes Peter Roebuck

    Banking operations hit nationwide
    Over 10 lakh employees of public sector banks go on strike; ATMs come in handy

    CRICKET
    England looks to salvage some pride
    West Indies doesn't want to lose the momentum, says Lara

    Treat IT as essential service: Basu
    KOLKATA: Veteran Marxist leader Jyoti Basu, on Friday, defended the setting up of trade unions in the Information Technology sector. He said there was a need to consider the sector as an essential service where the right to strike should not be ...

    INTERNATIONAL
    Iran steps up n-programme
    U.S. naval exercises in Gulf

    Winter session from November 22?
    Cabinet Committee proposes to hold sitting till December 19

    Cease hostilities, appeals E.U.
    Tigers want immediate reopening of Jaffna highway by Colombo

    Carter wants U.S. troops out of Iraq in one year
    NEW DELHI: The former U.S. President, Jimmy Carter, who has consistently opposed the invasion of Iraq, said on Friday that American troops should be pulled out of the West Asian nation in one year. However, he pointed out that the Bush ...

    DVAC raids houses of former Ministers
    Nearly 40 places searched in connection with graft cases

    All States must implead themselves in the reservation case: Karunanidhi
    "Apex court verdict runs against the spirit of the Constitution of India"

    BUSINESS
    Suncity among 44 SEZs approved
    Ansals, Wockhardt and Parsvnath in the list

    Parsvnath to tap market
    A part of the proceeds will be utilised for servicing debt

    Security alert in Kerala
    Threat to the lives of Prime Minister and President by e-mail

    Dr. Reddy's posts Rs. 2,000 cr. sales in second quarter
    Global business accounted for 88 p.c. of total revenue

    Arrested Pakistani nationals lived all by themselves
    The local people were unaware of their antecedents and activities

    KCR asked not to contest bypoll
    Separate Telangana can be reality only under Congress rule: Keshava Rao

    Sealing drive may be postponed?
    Sheila meets Union Home Minister; law and order situation discussed

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