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From the Print Edition
Firing again on Line of Control
“Deliberate military escalation by Pakistan”

Pakistan will not press for vote on Indian deal at IAEA
Nuclear Suppliers Group now looking to meet during August 21-23 in Vienna

Additional judges’ term extended by two years
State nod for increasing judges’ strength from 49 to 60

Court to await panel report on alternative alignment
Verdict reserved on plea against demolition of Ramar Sethu

Pachauri to head six-member experts committee
New Delhi: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has constituted a six-member experts committee headed by Rajendra K. Pachauri, director-general, Tata Energy Research Institute, to look at an alternative alignment, avoiding the Ramar Sethu stretch, ...

We decided to expose masterminds: BJP MPs
“Cash was delivered by ‘assistant’ of a top Samajwadi leader”

House panel to see video footage
NEW DELHI: The parliamentary committee, set up by Lok Sabha Speaker Somnath Chatterjee to look into allegations of payment of cash to get votes during the trust vote on July 22, is scheduled to view on August 4 the video footage of an alleged ...

OLYMPIC GAMES
Gagan Narang means business
Training is different from competition

Pranab holds talks with Ahmadinejad
TEHRAN: External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee held talks with Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on the sidelines of the 15th meeting of Foreign Ministers of the Non Aligned Movement (NAM) nations here. The focus was on development of ...

FOOTBALL
Lawrence provides a fitting Climax for India
HYDERABAD: An injury time goal by Climax Lawrence helped India beat Afghanistan 1-0 in Group A of the AFC Challenge cup football tournament here on Wednesday. In the other match Tajikistan and Turkmenistan were locked in a goalless ...

OLYMPIC GAMES
Rafael Nadal will be the man to beat
Tennis stars have shown more interest this time

Garbage to generate revenue for Corporation
Chennai: The Chennai Corporation will float fresh tenders for an integrated solid waste processing plant at Kodungaiyur, Mayor M. Subramanian said on Wednesday. A resolution related to the waste processing plant was tabled before the ...

Top LTTE cadre arrested
He heads the procurement module of the outfit: DGP

CRICKET
Team effort holds the key for India’s fightback
Kumble and Harbhajan can’t afford to be out-bowled again by the Lankan spin duo

Amarnath land row: first round of talks held with protesters
Two senior officers were deputed to talk to the Samiti

Threat to set off explosions in Delhi
New Delhi: An e-mail threatening to set off bomb blasts in the national capital was received by the Japanese embassy here, which alerted the Delhi police. The embassy and its cultural centre have been closed temporarily in the wake of ...

Kakodkar in Vienna, to hold talks
Vienna: Ahead of a crucial meeting of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) on Friday, Atomic Energy Commission chairman Anil Kakodkar arrived here on Thursday for negotiations on the safeguards agreement and an Additional Protocol to ...

Tech-savvy cyber crooks could steal your Net identity
Technology exists to prove a malicious e-mail did not originate from your PC

Subcontinent looms over Man Booker longlist
LONDON: Two first-time novelists from the subcontinent — Aravind Adiga, an Indian journalist, and Mohammed Hanif, a London-based Pakistani broadcaster — will compete with Salman Rushdie and Amitav Ghosh for this year’s Man ...

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