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From the Print Edition
Centre targeting me: Mayawati
She cites counter-affidavit filed by CBI

IAEA text was initialled before the Left parties withdrew support
New Delhi: India’s draft safeguards agreement with the International Atomic Energy Agency was “initialled” on July 7 and moved to the Board of Governors for its approval on July 8, the government said on ...

Talwar freed on bail
NEW DELHI: After spending 50 days in the Dasna jail in Ghaziabad, Rajesh Talwar reunited with his family on Saturday, a day after he was granted bail in the Aarushi-Hemraj murder case. The Central Bureau of Investigation on Friday said ...

‘Perpetuity of safeguards only with perpetuity of fuel supply’
Corrective measures are “unspecified sovereign actions,” says Kakodkar

IUML will remain in UPA: Ahamed
NEW DELHI: Minister of State for External Affairs E. Ahamed on Saturday denied any move to give up his ministerial berth in protest against the Indo-U.S. nuclear deal, and said the Indian Union Muslim League would vote for the government on ...

GJM to await outcome of confidence vote
Before tripartite talks are held

CRICKET
Playing for India is motivation: Kumble
Expects good results in Tests

MOTOR SPORTS
Mixed fortunes for Team MRF
Gill, Taguchi in second and third spots

CRICKET
Panesar has SA spellbound
Ashwell Prince scores a fighting century

Two fishermen killed in firing
NAGAPATTINAM: Two fishermen of Arcottuthurai hamlet on the Vedaranyam coast in Nagapattinam district were killed, and another fisherman was injured seriously, when a Sri Lankan Navy patrol allegedly fired at them early on Saturday, while they ...

Philanthropy, old and new
Just societies cannot be built merely by the distribution of surplus wealth

CHESS
Confidence is the biggest gain: Negi
NEW DELHI: For nearly two years after becoming the second youngest Grandmaster in chess history, Parimarjan Negi remained a victim of the expectations that he himself gave rise to. But in the last two months, this 15-year-old has done ...

Pakistan for “out-of-the-box” solution to Kashmir issue
We have to engage in serious dialogue over the issues, says Qureshi

Scrap higher FSI for IT buildings: panel
It cites poor infrastructure facilities within Chennai city as reason

Leaders of small parties, independents in the limelight
With the numbers game in the balance, both the ruling combine and the Opposition parties woo the undecided

HOCKEY
India bests Malaysia, enters semifinal
Japan posts a convincing win over Singapore

Ready for talks with LTTE, says Mahinda Rajapaksa
It should give up terrorist activities, says Sri Lankan President

Hope and fear in birds’ paradise
JAIPUR: There is both hope and fear at Keoladeo National Park in Bharatpur this monsoon. The celebrated wetland, once the wintering ground for Siberian cranes and breeding colony for a spectacular variety of water birds, may see some life this ...

A heart surgeon and an enterprising innovator
Michael DeBakey, who treated peasants, presidents and kings with equal panache, is dead at 99

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
NIIT e-learning kit wins UNESCO accolade
‘Smart Science Station’ e-nables class 7-12 learning

Your own jukebox on the Web!
Bangalore: Guruji, a pioneer among Indian search engines, has launched a new site where one can look for songs across the gamut of Indian recorded music, covering almost all languages and dating from 1923 to the present (
Indian’s feat
London: Indian-origin Heenal Raichura, 22, has qualified to become Britain’s youngest doctor and is all set to practise medicine. Daughter of Nalin and Shobhna Raichura, Dr. Heenal was accepted into university to study medicine in 2002 ...

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