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From the Print Edition
8 killed in Assam blasts
Suspected ULFA militants strike on eve of Manmohan’s visit

Sonia files nomination
It was a low-key affair sans usual crowd of party supporters

‘BJP will stand by Varun’
Etah (U.P.): Unfazed by the attack over the hate speeches of Varun Gandhi, the BJP on Monday said it would stand by him “politically and legally.” Party president Rajnath Singh, who came here and met Mr. Gandhi, jailed under the ...

AIADMK, CPI(M) reach seat-sharing agreement
CPI(M) settles for Coimbatore seat instead of Tirupur

Chidambaram gets 24 hours more to reply


3 executives of Satyam arrested
HYDERABAD: Three executives of Satyam Computers in its finance wing, who were arrested by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) late on Sunday night, were remanded to judicial custody till April 15 by a court here on Monday. G. ...

Temblor in Italy kills 100-plus
Thousands of people left homeless; many renaissance monuments destroyed

26/11 trial to begin on April 15
Mumbai: The prosecution will begin the argument for the November 26, 2008, Mumbai terror attacks case on April 15, the Special Sessions Court said on Monday. The hearing will take place at Mumbai’s Arthur Road jail. On April 15, ...

Gowda: third alternative is emerging stronger
Hits out at both Congress, BJP for projecting PM candidates

ELECTIONS 2009
Why it is Telangana that holds the key
The results in the region may determine the outcome of the elections in Andhra Pradesh

ELECTIONS 2009
“Congress no more a winning party”


ELECTIONS 2009
Unease in Nashik


ELECTIONS 2009
In Rohmoria, erosion of faith
Over the past 20 years, the river has eaten into paddy fields, homes, schools and plantations in the 38 villages of Rohmoria under the Dibrugarh Lok Sabha constituency. And this erosion has been paralleled by an erosion in the ...

CRICKET
India makes steady push towards victory
Taylor applies himself diligently; Dravid holds record-breaking 182nd catch

New Zealand stuns Pakistan
HOCKEY / In-form Malaysia outplays Egypt

CRICKET
At a loss to explain Team India’s tactics on day four
WELLINGTON: Neither India nor New Zealand could explain the touring side’s tactics during parts of the fourth day. Asked about the timing of the declaration, batsman Yuvraj Singh said, “Our strategy was to put as many runs ...

FOOTBALL
Fortune favours Inter
MILAN: Inter Milan moved within touching distance of retaining its Serie A title after a fluke own goal from Udinese’s Mauricio Isla sealed a 1-0 win on Sunday. With eight games remaining, Inter has increased its lead to nine ...

Facility in Goa to maintain MiG 29 K
Panaji: Ahead of MiG 29 K’s arrival in India, the facility to maintain and train pilots for this frontline fighter aircraft was inaugurated at the INS Hansa naval base in Goa on Monday. Inaugurating the first phase, Vice-Admiral ...

Sensex at five-month high
G-20 countries’ steps to tackle recession bolstered sentiment

Puducherry has over 48,000 known diabetics, says study
PUDUCHERRY: A community-based study in the Union Territory, the first of its kind, has revealed that about six per cent of the general population in the region are ‘known’ diabetics. The study includes both Type 1 and Type 2 ...

Airfield to be reopened in east Ladakh
New Delhi: After successfully reopening the Daulat Beg Oldi and Fuk Che airfields in Ladakh last year, India is now working vigorously to operationalise the Neoma Advanced Landing Ground (ALG) this year for the Indian Air Force (IAF), close ...

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