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Tuesday, July 03, 2007
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Only Pratibha, Shekhawat in fray
Christie’s withdraw Gandhiji’s manuscript
Last-minute move to enable Government acquire it
Nimitz drops anchor off Chennai port
CHENNAI: The United States aircraft carrier, USS Nimitz, dropped anchor two miles off the Chennai Port on Monday morning. Sailors on board went round the city participating in community service. Hundreds of soldiers from Nimitz and USS ...
Yuvraj stars in India’s victory
CRICKET / India to take on Pakistan in a one-off one-dayer today
It’s another damp, soggy day at Wimbledon
TENNIS / Justine Henin eases into the quarterfinals beating Patty Schnyder
Lombi sparkles in Argentina’s triumph
Boom (Belgium): A dramatic fight back in the last five minutes and the extraordinary hat-trick by that old warhorse Jorge Lombi, who scored the golden goal, gave Argentina another trophy triumph in the men’s hockey Champions Challenge ...
ESPN-STAR Sports signs Ian Chappell
NEW DELHI: ESPN-STAR Sports on Monday signed Ian Chappell as an exclusive presenter and commentator for its cricket related programming in India. With this, Chappell becomes part of a panel of ‘A Few Good Men’ which includes ...
Robinho inspires Brazil
FOOTBALL / Mexico posts second straight win
Law directing unaided colleges to surrender seats upheld
Court holds it to be in conformity with the constitutional mandate
Commuters protest rescheduling of trains
CHENNAI: For the second time in seven days, suburban train services were disrupted due to protests. On Monday, it was an agitation by commuters at the Korattur station over the rescheduling of the EMU services between Avadi and Chennai Beach, ...
Curbs on A.Q. Khan remain: Pakistan
Current Science, Nature in tie-up
Bangalore: The country’s premier science journal, Current Science, will, in all likelihood, soon bear on its cover the logo of the Nature Publishing Group (NPG), publishers of Nature magazine. The U.K.-based NPG and Current ...
Spurt in crude oil prices
New Delhi: The Government is mulling over ways such as increasing petrol and diesel prices for tackling the spurt in international crude prices that have resulted in losses to oil companies. Crude oil crossed $69 a barrel mark, ...
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