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From the Print Edition
Three suspects behind Delhi blasts arrested
The module had planned to set off 20 more explosions

Buddhadeb voices concern over future of industrialisation
Package on offer “to protect the interests of… all sections”

“DMK will consider sharing power with Congress”
TIRUCHI: Chief Minister and Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam president M. Karunanidhi has said his party will consider sharing power with the Congress if there is a request from its ally’s high command. “So far they have not asked ...

24 lakh hit by Orissa floods
61 breaches in river embankments

India, Pakistan to discuss cross-LoC trade today
New Delhi: India and Pakistan will discuss the modalities for launching cross-LoC trade and other confidence-building measures related to Jammu and Kashmir on Monday. The Joint Working Group on cross-LoC CBMs, comprising senior ...

‘Singur can become another Jamshedpur’
KOLKATA: West Bengal Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee told The Hindu here on Sunday that he was appealing to all opposition parties in West Bengal to “accept the package proposed by the State government in regard ...

Two churches vandalised in Kerala
Police and church authorities suspect a deliberate bid to instigate communal ire

N-deal may get push to Senate floor tomorrow
WASHINGTON: With only five legislative days left before the Congress is scheduled to adjourn, the India-U.S. nuclear deal is literally down to the wire, with the first real opportunity to push the initiative to the Senate floor expected to ...

Attacks disrupt Sunday mass in Bangalore
Bangalore: For Christians in the city, Sunday morning brought shocking news of desecration of two places of worship in Hebbal and Rajarajeshwarinagar in Bangalore late on Saturday night. The St. James Church in Mariyannapalya off ...

‘Atif would be restive if there were no blasts for a long time’
Trio assessed the impact of the bombs after every serial blast: police

Mamata threatens to resume agitation
KOLKATA: Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee has threatened to resume her agitation on the Singur issue after seven days if the West Bengal government does not abide by an understanding it had with her associates on September 7 in the ...

Chilling images on hotel CCTV footage
ISLAMABAD: A five-minute chain of events at the gates of the Marriott Hotel until the moment of Saturday’s blast, which killed 53 persons and injured 266, has been captured in chilling detail by the hotel’s closed circuit ...

Pankaj Advani clinches title
Manan Chandra goes down fighting in the final

Yusuf Pathan powers India ‘A’ to big win
Coming in at 66 for five, and injured early on, he smashed 148 to take the host to 305

Nadal thrashes Roddick as Spain enters final
Croatia, Israel earn World Group slots for next year

Australia series will decide where the seniors stand, says Viswanath
Chennai: They remember his magic at Chepauk; the dextrous wrists, the rapier-like strokes, the eye, the reflexes, the timing. Andy Roberts, fit, fast and crafty. India was on the mat on a lively wicket. Gundappa Viswanath counter-attacked. ...

Violence continues in Kandhamal
Bhubaneswar: Contrary to the Orissa government’s claim, reports of arson and kidnapping were received at the Kandhamal district headquarters town on Sunday. Police received information that 10 houses were torched at Gochhapada police ...

Construction curbs near IAF bases eased
CHENNAI: The Department of Municipal Administration and Water Supply has passed a Government Order relaxing the curbs on construction of buildings near Indian Air Force installations in Tamil Nadu. In essence, the GO allows people to ...

Fridge that can run without power?
London: Scientists at the Oxford University are working on a 1930 invention by Albert Einstein to develop an environmentally friendly refrigerator which they claim will run without electricity. Previous researches have suggested that ...

New test for cervical diseases more accurate, says study
For use in regions of the world with scarce resources

Stem cell therapy still in a nascent stage, say experts
A final answer to cure diseases

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