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Force used to disperse protesters
MDMK pulls out of UPA
Accuses the Centre of neglecting Tamil Nadu's interests in water disputes
Sporadic violence in West Bengal
KOLKATA: : Sporadic incidents of violence on Friday marked a Statewide strike called by the Trinamool Congress, the BJP, the Congress and the Socialist Unity Centre of India in West Bengal in protest against Wednesday's police firing in Nandigram ...
India faces a tricky opener against Bangladesh
A full house is expected at the Queen's Park Oval for Saturday's clash
Sri Lanka rides roughshod over hapless Bermuda
PORT OF SPAIN:
What a sensational tie for an inspired Ireland!
Zimbabwean batsmen stage a self-destruction act
At least six teams are in with a chance
Last week Roger Federer lost in the second round. Recently Nick O'Hern knocked Tiger Woods out of a Matchplay event. The World Cup is wide open and cases can be made for at least six teams taking the biscuit. At such times it is usually best ...
Pietersen rescues England
St. Lucia: Kevin Pietersen led the England recovery against New Zealand in the vital Group `C' match of the ICC World Cup here on Friday. England, reduced to 52 for three, progressed to 130 for three in 34 overs. Pietersen (57, 85b, 4x4, 1x6) and ...
Herschelle Gibbs hits six sixes in one over
More records tumble as South Africa makes merry
PMK to strive for Tamil "in all fields at all levels"
Prepared to demand closure of professional colleges
Elusive bureau puller in police net
He was active in the southern suburbs of Chennai since 2001
New U.P. Chief Secretary
LUCKNOW: Shambhu Nath assumed office as the new Chief Secretary of the election-bound Uttar Pradesh on Friday. He said he would see that the Assembly elections were held in a free and fair manner. Earlier in the day, the Election Commission ...
Justice Lakshmanan breaks down, recuses himself from Mulayam case
Letter faxed to his residence says he was influenced to favour Mulayam
CBI: all steps to secure extradition
NEW DELHI: The Central Bureau of Investigation on Friday informed the Supreme Court that all steps were being taken for securing the extradition of Italian businessman Ottavio Quattrocchi, a key accused in the Bofors payoffs case, from Argentina. ...
Retiring doctors to be reappointed on contract
Bid to bridge demand-supply gap of specialists in public health network
Yediyurappa presents please-all budget
Nod for staff pay hike; farm loans up to Rs. 25,000 waived
Corporates should deal directly with landowners to acquire land: N. Ram
Says the process, if done in a reckless manner, can become prescription for trouble
The promise of the cone snail
Its venom has a wide range of possible medical uses
2 protesters killed in Begusarai firing
"Irregularities in BPL list"
UPA failed to concede 17 of its demands, says MDMK
"Centre also failed to eradicate unemployment"
All set for Council polls today
Polling to be held for 39 seats representing teachers, graduates, local bodies
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