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Patil: Centre for amicable solution
Kashmir leaders stay away, samithi ends boycott

Tight security in Jammu
Jammu: A security blanket was thrown over the city on Saturday and Army jawans cordoned off even the entry points of residential colonies. Barbed wires were put up and passes cancelled to prevent violation of curfew orders. ...

Russian forces stop Georgian offensive against South Ossetia
The Russians have taken full control of the regional capital Tskhinvali

Mayawati asks: why can’t I become prime minister?
Unveils agenda for the next Lok Sabha elections

2,000 killed in Georgian offensive: Russia
Moscow describes the situation in South Ossetia as a “humanitarian catastrophe”

Cash-for-votes: panel gets time till August 29
NEW DELHI: The Kishore Chandra Deo parliamentary committee, set up by the Speaker to establish the facts of the cash-for-votes case, has been given an extension till August 29. On Saturday, a committee member told The Hindu ...

Nandigram: Buddhadeb against redeployment of CRPF personnel
I have faith in police and administration to restore peace, he says

OLYMPICS - SHOOTING
Indians off-target on the first day
Anjali, Avneet, Samaresh disappoint; Katerina Emmons takes the first gold of the Games

OLYMPICS - BOXING
Vijender begins well
Dinesh Kumar outclassed by Benchabla

OLYMPICS
Medals Tally


Saina makes a confident start
BEIJING: Saina Nehwal launched the Indian badminton campaign on a confident note with a 21-9, 21-8 victory over Ella Karachkova of Russia in a women’s first round match here. The victory was on expected lines as the 15th ranked ...

CRICKET
Sangakkara keeps India at bay
Sri Lanka finishes on 251 for six, a slender lead of two runs

CRICKET
South Africa makes a defiant reply
Rain plays spoilsport on day three

“My voice is my password!”
Bangalore: Want to call your bank or credit card company from your mobile phone to get some information about your account? Best of luck! We all know that sinking feeling of talking to a computerised Interactive Voice Response (IVR) ...

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
A satellite safety net over your kids
Mobile phone-GPS technology combo comes in handy

3 killed, one missing as rain lashes Orissa
Bhubaneswar: With heavy rains pounding southern and western Orissa due to a low pressure over north-west Bay and adjoining central area of Orissa and Gangetic West Bengal, at least three women were killed and another went missing, sources ...

Another attempt to revive power project
CHENNAI: The Centre is engaged in one more attempt to revive the 1,150-megawatt (MW) Cauvery Hydro Power Project (CHPP). Stating this, Union Minister of State for Power and Commerce and Industry Jairam Ramesh, who emerged from nearly an ...

No party can come to power without the help of Congress: Thankgabalu
Tamil Nadu Congress Committee president honours nine freedom fighters

Vendors corner space below new flyover
CHENNAI: The Usman Road flyover is almost ready for use but residents, pedestrians and commuters continue to battle for space with vendors. Most of the old vendors have been replaced by new ones. With temporary structures being removed, ...

We leave it to DMK, says Varadarajan
CHENNAI: CPI (M) State secretary N. Varadarajan on Saturday said the Left parties would not have any truck with parties that were in alliance with Congress. Asked about the CPI (M)’s attitude towards the ruling DMK in the State, Mr ...

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