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Tuesday, May 29, 2007
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`Business as usual' approach will not suffice
Maoists kill 10 policemen in Bastar
35 civilians escape unhurt in landmine explosion triggered in Orissa
Agnivesh-led team meeting Jathedar today
It will convey Dera chief's letter of apology
Bandh disrupts life in Guwahati
GUWAHATI: City residents and traders protested the series of bomb attacks on innocent civilians by the United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA) for the second consecutive day by observing a total bandh on Monday. A banner organisation 30 ...
Monsoon arrives three days ahead
NEW DELHI: The India Meteorological Department on Monday announced the onset of the much-awaited south-west monsoon over Kerala. With this, the monsoon has arrived three days before the normal date of June 1. It has already covered entire ...
Karunanidhi meets leaders in Delhi on choice of presidential candidate
No decision taken so far; further talks in June, says Chief Minister
Fake encounter case: warrant against 5 more police officials
AHMEDABAD: A warrant was issued on Monday against five police officers wanted in connection with the Sohrabuddin Sheikh fake encounter case, even as IG (CID) Geeta Johri, assigned to investigate the case by the Supreme Court, is said to have ...
`I am not India's coach'
Whatmore reiterates his interest in taking up the job
25 cents recovered in the heart of the city
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: In a day-long drive in the capital city as much as 25 cents of encroached land was recovered by revenue authorities on Monday. The drive started in the city in the East Fort area shortly after 9 a.m. with earthmovers moving ...
Massive win for England
LEEDS: Hail and a long delay after a heavy rainstorm on the coldest day in Test cricket at around 7 degree Celsius; in part that explains why England was held up briefly on the fourth day of the second Test at Headingley before it won by an ...
Central medical team to hold studies
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: A high-level team deputed by the Union Ministry of Health to study the spread of chikungunya in the State will conduct vector and serological studies in affected areas and suggest measures for preventing recurring viral-fever ...
Venus Williams advances
Anti-media Government Order cleared by Chief Minister
File notings obained by RTI applicant come out with stunning revelations
Kerala opposes Central forces at Mullaperiyar
Manmohan urged to advise Tamil Nadu Government
Woman against the odds
Triple amputee to graduate from UCLA medical school
A bookseller's bonfire of books
Protesting the decline of print
Blind light dazzles London
For design enthusiasts passing through London this summer, the Antony Gormley Blind Light exhibit is a must-not-miss activity. An artist and sculptor, Gormley predominantly focusses on the "body" as an object, subject and also, interestingly, as ...
Indian filmmaker wins lawsuit
He was detained in Manhattan
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