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"Desist from playing politics"
Nandigram: no land acquisition
Two police camps being shifted; Government to hold executive inquiry
Benazir urges Musharraf to reinstate Justice Chaudhary
She terms the suspension of the Chief Justice a black day in the political history of Pakistan
Musharraf admits to mistakes
Five judges hand in resignations in protest against ouster of Chief Justice
India sets record
CHENNAI: India recorded the highest total in World Cup history, racing to 413 for five against Bermuda in a Group `B' match at Port of Spain on Monday. Zaheer Khan, then, struck with the new ball. Oliver Pitcher and Steven Outerbridge were ...
Sehwag and Yuvraj Singh fire on all cylinders
Ganguly and Tendulkar too join the party as India crosses the 400-run mark
Williams, Taylor prop up Zimbabwe
KINGSTON: Left-hander Sean Williams hit a career-best, unbeaten 70 here on Monday to lift Zimbabwe to 202 for five off 50 overs in their Group D Cricket World Cup match against the West Indies at Sabina Park. The left-hander lashed seven fours ...
Australia simply awesome
Hodge and Hogg star in yet another mauling for the Dutch
Canada makes England work for win
GROS ISLET: England survived another mini collapse to beat a plucky Canada by 51 runs on Sunday, in a World Cup match overshadowed by Andrew Flintoff's suspension for a drunken night out. England posted 279 for six after being sent in to bat ...
Inzamam to quit one-day game
KINGSTON: : Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul Haq has announced his retirement from one-day cricket, barely a day after his team's shocking exit from the World Cup and the mysterious death of his coach Bob Woolmer. The 37-year-old captain, the ...
Samjhauta not going to Safdarjung
New security drill in place
Nandigram: Parliament disrupted again
Rajya Sabha nod for Appropriation Bill amidst din
Penalty waiver for local bodies' power charge arrears
Huge arrears due to heavy surcharge of 12 per cent on late payment
Work orders for road overbridge soon
CHENNAI: The State Government will start its share of the work on a road overbridge (ROB) project at Tambaram, which would ease traffic congestion at the junction of Grand Southern Trunk Road, Velachery Main Road and Mudichur Road, at the end of ...
Not by GDP alone, says the President
What matters really is a healthier and happier "National Prosperity Index"
BDA ignored Forest Department's plea while acquiring land: report
Carbon monoxide poisoning caused death of youth: police
Now farmers will earn more
ERODE: Banana farmer R. Jayaraj of Chennampatti in Bhavani taluk has depended on middlemen to sell his produce of kathali fruits. The variety has a market in Thiruvananthapuram, Ernakulam, Bangalore and Mumbai, where it fetches a good ...
`Sarvajit' to take State into prosperity
All-round development predicted, good rain to benefit farmers
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