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    Sealing not possible today, MCD to tell Supreme Court
    Atmosphere volatile, says Jaipal Reddy

    Manmohan: minorities must get fair share of jobs
    No equitable flow of benefits to eligible sections

    UNEP, Yale, publishers launch online access to research in the environment
    Available to scientists, policy makers in the developing world for free or at nominal cost

    CRICKET
    Gayle fireworks light up Jaipur
    West Indies to meet Australia in the final on Sunday

    CRICKET
    Akhtar's drug ban could signal end of career
    London: Shoaib Akhtar has been one of the most colourful characters in cricket history. Even before his two-year ban for failing a drugs test, and his revelation of the supplements he has blithely used to maintain his status as the most ...

    Industrial policy later this year
    "Tamil Nadu wants healthy growth of both manufacturing and service sectors"

    FOOTBALL
    Lyon, Real Madrid advance
    Kaka scores hat-trick; Manchester United loses

    Plan to seek cut in seating capacity in autos
    CHENNAI: The accident that killed 18 persons near Kancheepuram on Tuesday has forced the Transport department to take a re-look at the seating capacity in autorickshaws. Officials will soon write to manufacturers, asking them to reduce the ...

    BJP wins bypolls in Madhya Pradesh
    Bags Vidisha parliamentary seat and Malehra Assembly seat

    BMIC: Supreme Court rejects State's petition
    No setback for the Government, says Kumaraswamy

    `Several buses resume services in Kochi, Thrissur'
    Strict steps will be taken to requisition vehicles: Minister

    Central team to visit flood-affected areas
    Inclement weather forces YSR to skip survey by a chopper

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