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From the Print Edition
Ensure safety of Tamils at all costs: Manmohan
Can’t pass on terrorism eradication to next generation: Rajapaksa

Dwivedi in ATS custody
LUCKNOW: The Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS), Mumbai, on Thursday secured the transit remand for Sudhakar Dwivedi, alias Amritanand, a suspect in the Malegaon bomb blast case of September, 2008. The remand till November 16 was granted by Mukesh ...

Sharp fall in inflation rate
NEW DELHI: Contrary to the expectations of both economic analysts and policy planners, the rate of inflation dipped sharply to 8.98 per cent for the week ended November 1 from 10.72 per cent in the previous week, thanks mainly to lower prices ...

Unprecedented security in Bastar
First phase of polling in Chhattisgarh today; naxalites call for boycott; tribals hold the key

It’s official, AGP in NDA fold
NEW DELHI: The Bharatiya Janata Party and the Asom Gana Parishad will join hands in the Lok Sabha elections due next year. The seat-sharing arrangement has yet to be worked out. Leader of the Opposition L.K. Advani, BJP president Rajnath ...

After Margaret Alva, it’s Makwana’s turn
Congress removes him as chairman of its Scheduled Caste department

Advani: programme to regenerate optimism will top BJP agenda


India wants World Bank and IMF strengthened
To minimise impact of global crises on developing countries

Call for early conclusion of free trade pact
BIMSTEC finalises agreement on combating global terrorism, drug trafficking

Do not allow separatist activities: China
Beijing: As the Dalai Lama, Tibetan spiritual leader, prepared to hold the biggest conclave of exiled Tibetans in nearly six decades at Dharamshala, China on Thursday asked India to honour its promise of not allowing any separatist activities ...

You can’t put a price tag on moon mission: ISRO


“Shourya missile cannot be easily detected”
It has high manoeuvrability, says DRDO Director-General

U.S. Congress to discuss $700-billion bailout plan
Proposal to buy troubled assets has been scrapped

BUSINESS
AMD introduces power efficient 45nm quad chips
BANGALORE: The world’s first ‘native’ quad-core processor realised with a 45-nanometer fabrication process saw its development anchored in Bangalore, with key parts of the central processor and the memory interfaces ...

CRICKET
India takes on England today
England banks on Pietersen’s and Flintoff’s effervescence

Dhoni banking on fresh players
Rajkot: M.S. Dhoni admitted that the switch from a high-intensity Test series to a frenetic set of one-day matches is difficult. However, the Indian skipper is banking on a fresh set of players to change the mindset. “In ...

NEWSCAPE
Heir with his own role
Charles turns 60 today as the long-waiting prince

Pranksters fake ‘New York Times’
Elaborate prank involved 14-page ‘special edition’ complete with website backing

Unlicensed stories reel in Net readers
SAN FRANCISCO: Here is a reason for newspapers and magazines to wince: On average, the audience perusing unauthorised online copies of their articles is nearly 2.5 times larger than the readership on their own websites, according to a study ...

Law colleges in State closed, semester exams postponed
College principal and two police officers suspended; four SIs transferred

Police Commissioner shifted
CHENNAI: A day after the clash between students of two communities on the Dr. Ambedkar Government Law College campus here, the Government issued orders shifting Commissioner of Police R. Sekar and top officials in the north zone. ...

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