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  • From the Print Edition
    Musharraf can contest
    Poll panel amends rules

    Three Ministers should go: Venkaiah
    “They must take responsibility for Archaeological Survey of India affidavit in Ramar Sethu case”

    Manmohan recovering
    New Delhi: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, who underwent surgery of the prostate gland at the All-India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) here on Saturday, is recovering well. “There is nothing to worry. His health is ...

    Plane crashes in bad weather
    BANGKOK: At least 69 were killed and over 40 others injured as a commercial airliner with 128 persons aboard crashed in a landing attempt at the Phuket International Airport in southern Thailand on Sunday afternoon. Thailand’s ...

    India’s image will not be sullied if deal falls apart: Swraj Paul
    “Except for those who are going to supply nuclear reactors, no one will care”

    Mayawati woos upper castes; keen to replicate U.P. in Gujarat
    Bahujan Samaj Party to contest all 182 seats in Assembly elections

    INTERNATIONAL
    “Weakening of LTTE gives an advantage to Sri Lanka in finding a political solution”
    It will be worthwhile for the government to consider a “quasi-federal system” for devolution of powers and meeting the aspirations of all sections: N. Ram

    CRICKET
    Vettori stifles India’s run chase
    Kiwis score 80 in their last five overs

    CRICKET
    No need for the bowl-out
    India-Pakistan match has been the most closely-fought contest in the tournament so far, writes Imran Khan

    INTERNATIONAL
    Pranab in Seoul for talks
    SEOUL: External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee arrived here on Sunday night, for a meeting of the India-Republic of Korea (ROK) Joint Commission. The ROK is an important member of the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG). Mr. ...

    INTERNATIONAL
    Pakistan Opposition parties cry foul
    ISLAMABAD: Opposition parties in Pakistan on Sunday expressed outrage at the Election Commission notification amending the election rules to enable President Pervez Musharraf to run for another term in office. The Pakistan People’s ...

    INTERNATIONAL
    Russian nuclear fuel for Iran: Mottaki
    DUBAI: After months of wrangling, Russia is set to ship nuclear fuel to Iran’s Bushehr facility, Iranian official media said. Iran state television quoted Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki as saying, “Nuclear fuel for this ...

    ‘Buy one, get three free’ era of super computing is here
    AMD’s ‘quad core’ Opteron chip banks on power efficiency over raw speed

    Women SIs to lead 50 per cent of national highway patrol teams


    Goods carriers seek daytime parking terminal
    CHENNAI: Truck owners want a daytime parking facility outside the city in view of the traffic restrictions, which allow them entry only between 11 p.m. and 4 a.m. The Chennai Goods Transport Association, with a membership of over 250 ...

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