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  • From the Print Edition
    NDA briefed on nuclear agreement
    BJP response after seeing text

    Political crisis grips Goa
    MGP withdraws support to Kamat Government; BJP says it has the numbers

    Deepak Kapoor is the next Army Chief
    NEW DELHI: Lt. Gen. Deepak Kapoor will be the next Chief of the Army Staff. Now Vice-Chief of the Army Staff, Gen. Kapoor will take over from General J.J. Singh when he retires on September 30, official sources said. With wide ...

    They have no case against Haneef: expert
    MELBOURNE: The decision of Australia’s Director of Public Prosecutions to review the case against the detained Indian doctor Mohammed Haneef suggested that the case was about to collapse, a top independent legal expert said on Thursday. ...

    Culling on in Manipur
    Bird flu is H5N1 strain

    Kanimozhi, Raja take oath as RS members
    Kanimozhi says she will take up issues such as 33 per cent reservation for women

    SFI moves court against fees fixed for three medical colleges
    CHENNAI: The Student Federation of India (SFI) has moved the Madras High Court seeking to declare the fee structure prescribed by the Statutory Committee for three private medical colleges in the State as illegal and arbitrary. The First ...

    Army officer found dead
    Jammu: An Army officer was found dead in his room at a camp in Rajouri district of Jammu and Kashmir on Thursday. But the authorities ruled out foul play. Lt. Col. V.D. Joshi of 325-field medical unit died following heart ...

    Criticism of middle order inevitable: Dravid
    Nottingham: The Indian captain Rahul Dravid said the criticism of his famed middle order was inevitable: it was a sign of the times, for modern-day international sportsmen are constantly judged. “We’d like more runs,” ...

    CRICKET
    India’s bowlers may hold the key
    Trent Bridge has traditionally produced flat wickets

    COMMENT
    Of myths and men


    Attempt to storm CRPF camp in Srinagar
    Seven security men injured, two militants killed; LeT claims responsibility

    Plan to shift bus stops to ease congestion
    CHENNAI: A change in the location of around 80 bus stops in the city with a view to ensuring easy flow of traffic is on the anvil. The traffic police and Metropolitan Transport Corporation (MTC) have jointly identified the bus stops and ...

    Nod for gratuity for teachers
    NEW DELHI: Teachers will now be eligible to get gratuity. The Union Cabinet on Thursday gave its approval to include them under the Payment of Gratuity Act. Announcing this, Union Minister and Cabinet spokesperson, Priya Ranjan ...

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    A nursing home cat’s quirk

    NEWSCAPE
    Cell phone masts are harmless: research finding


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