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From the Print Edition
Two killed in J&K violence on eve of second round of polls
Youth killed as Congress candidate’s guard opens fire

I am for no-first use of nuclear weapons: Zardari
“Pakistan will not interfere in J&K”

“Musharraf busy playing golf”
NEW DELHI: Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari on Saturday deftly sidestepped questions of reconciliation with his predecessor, Pervez Musharraf, who was leading a “comfortable life playing golf.” “I can ...

“Cinema connects civilisations”
PANAJI: The 39th International Film Festival of India (IFFI) 2008 commenced here on Saturday amid tight security, with the local authorities for the first time putting in place CCTV surveillance. More than 50 cameras were installed at ...

Beware changing face of terror: Patil
NEW DELHI: Warning that terrorism is changing its face fast and assuming dangerous proportions, Union Home Minister Shivraj Patil on Saturday told the police and paramilitary forces that terror groups could resort to “nuclear, biological ...

Punish terrorists, but don’t defame Hindu outfits: RSS
Selective leaks by ATS politically motivated, it says

Rules out POTA-like law
NEW DELHI: Rejecting the BJP’s demand, the Centre on Saturday ruled out introduction of a POTA-like law. Instead, it asked the States to raise special forces to tackle the menace of terror, which was fast spreading its ...

“With global meltdown, NREGS becomes more important”
Economic slowdown will put a squeeze on rural incomes: N. Ram

Gowda hopes Jayalalithaa will join third front


NEWSCAPE
Ashutosh Kaushik is Bigg Boss 2
Lonavala (Maharashtra): Three months after entering the reality show, Ashutosh Kaushik on Saturday night walked away with the ‘Bigg Boss 2’ title and a whopping Rs.1 crore in cash. Actor Akshay Kumar announced the winner ...

Rare cardiac surgery to repair aneurysm
The procedure, called thoracic chimney technique, is the first to be done in the country

Creative global leadership stressed
SINGAPORE: The urgency of creative global leadership to address today’s borderless problems and the parallel importance of consensus-based politics in India were emphasised at a future-gazing professional conference here on ...

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
An ‘open’ computing environment
KOCHI: The ‘free-and-open’ route to harnessing computers is slowly and steadily inspiring tomorrow’s generation of Indian software geeks and gurus. While still in school, increasing numbers of children are being offered an ...

Say ta-ta to teraflops
Petaflop barrier broken last week

CRICKET
Chance for India to wrap up series
Pietersen & Co. have promised efficiency and aggression to stay alive

CRICKET
Tendulkar likely to open with Sehwag
Moores, conceding India played better, confident England can bounce back

Dhoni exasperated with reports on his ‘quitting’
Bangalore: On a day when speculations over M.S. Dhoni ‘threatening to quit the captaincy’ did the rounds on the news wires, the Indian captain, with a touch of exasperation, said: “Speculations are good. It is unfortunate ...

Demolition of buildings in Pondy Bazaar begins
CHENNAI: The Chennai Corporation took up demolition of a few concrete structures in Pondy Bazaar, T.Nagar, on Saturday evening. The action followed a directive from the Madras High Court, which disallowed the shops from functioning in the ...

Proposal to restore road to Dhanushkodi
RAMANATHAPURAM: Dhanushkodi, which was rendered a ghost town by the devastating 1964 cyclone, could soon regain its glory. The road between Mukuntharayar Chathiram and Dhanushkodi, which was cut off from the rest of the country on ...

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