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  • From the Print Edition
    Benazir stopped from attending rally
    Detention order revoked later; Minister escapes blast

    ‘Mobilise world opinion’
    ISLAMABAD: Chairperson of the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan Asma Jahangir, who has been placed under house arrest by the Pakistan government, has called for mobilising world public opinion in favour of the judges and ...

    Better late than never: Kumble
    “I am sure I will get all the support from all my teammates”

    U.K. court overturns discriminatory rules
    Happy end to a long battle

    Major gain for Indian doctors in U.K.
    LONDON: Britain’s overseas doctors, who had been battling against new discriminatory recruitment norms, on Friday won a major legal battle when the High Court upheld their appeal against rules that require medical graduates from outside ...

    UPA-Left panel meet put off
    It is likely to meet after winter session

    Yeddyurappa invited to form government
    JD(S) pressures Kumaraswamy to be Deputy Chief Minister

    Peace process begins in Nandigram
    Villagers begin to return home following local-level talks

    CPI(M), Congress leaders meet Governor
    KOLKATA: A delegation of senior leaders of the CPI(M), including some Parliamentarians, and another comprising Congress leaders separately called on the West Bengal Governor, Gopalkrishna Gandhi, here on Friday to apprise him of ...

    “World’s poorest being left behind”
    New Delhi: A new global study says that despite much progress in poverty reduction worldwide, a substantial number of the world’s poorest people are being left behind. “Business as usual won’t do,” says the report ...

    Medha to go on fast
    KOLKATA: Social activist Medha Patkar and representatives of various other “people’s organisations” will be going on a 48-hour hunger-strike from Saturday demanding a “political decision” from the West Bengal ...

    CRICKET
    A big motivation, says Kumble
    ‘I will take decisions which I feel are the right ones at that time’

    CRICKET
    Pakistan rides on Younis’s century
    Tendulkar’s tryst with dismissals in the 90s continues

    INDIA & WORLD
    Indian workers killed in bridge collapse
    DUBAI: Seven Indian workers were killed and 24 injured when a bridge under construction collapsed in Dubai Marina on the outskirts of the city on Thursday evening. Indian consulate officials said five of the killed were from Tamil Nadu, ...

    INDIA & WORLD
    Indian workers dig their heels in
    Negotiations going on with UAE company on the quantum of salary increase

    INTERNATIONAL
    Suu Kyi to ‘cooperate’ with junta
    SINGAPORE: Aung San Suu Kyi, Myanmar’s celebrated democracy campaigner and Nobel Peace Laureate, has expressed her willingness to “cooperate” with the country’s ruling junta under “the good offices of the United ...

    INTERNATIONAL
    Blow for U.K. in BAE scandal
    Court allows case against decision to drop investigation

    INTERNATIONAL
    U.S. radar system for Sri Lanka
    COLOMBO: Amid pitched battles along the Forward Defence Lines (FDLs) in the north in which several persons were reported killed and injured, newly appointed Head of the Tigers Political Wing B. Nadeson held his first formal meeting with Head ...

    BUSINESS
    Samvat 2064 starts on a subdued note
    Global cues depress sentiment

    BUSINESS
    Railways’ bold step, goes in for dedicated power
    More joint ventures likely; to look at greenfield capacity at traction load centres

    BUSINESS
    BSNL plans to offer CDMA service
    To set up over 10,000 wireless towers for its CDMA network

    NEWSCAPE
    Friday Review November Fest launched
    Eclectic mix of programmes lined up for third edition of the event in Chennai

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