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South Korea, Hong Kong report two cases
No flu case in India
NEW DELHI: The government on Saturday said no case of A(H1N1) flu had been reported from anywhere in the country. The situation was being monitored, an official spokesperson said. Three passengers who arrived in Delhi and ...
Pro-LTTE group attacks Army convoy near Coimbatore
Coimbatore: A convoy of Army trucks was attacked near the Neelambur bypass road here on Saturday by Tamil chauvinists belonging to the Periyar Dravidar Kazhagam (PDK) who claimed that the vehicles were transporting weapons for the Sri Lankan ...
Two BJP leaders misled me: Kalyan Singh
Former CM says he was not told that masjid demolition was planned in advance
“Unidentified man drove train”
‘Reduction’ in fares: EC summons Chief Secretary
‘Ajmal is an adult’
Mumbai: The special sessions court on Saturday ruled that Mohammad Ajmal Amir ‘Kasab,’ the lone surviving attacker of November 26, 2008, is an adult and that he was 21 years old at the time of the attacks. Following this order, the ...
Sri Lanka says it is determined to free civilians held hostage
Troops halt march as Tigers are using civilians as human shield
Seeking votes… and doctors
Electioneering in intense heat is sending more politicians to clinics
Yuki triumphs again
NEW DELHI: Yuki Bhambri tamed the top-seeded Raven Klaasen of South Africa 7-6(5), 7-6(5) in an hour and 40 minues in the final of the $15,000 ITF men’s Futures tennis tournament at the DLTA Complex here on Saturday. It was a ...
Rajasthan Royals scampers home
With two defeats in a row Deccan seems to be running out of charge
Third win for Chennai Super Kings
JOHANNESBURG: Chennai Super Kings recorded its third victory in the IPL this season with an 18-run win over Delhi Daredevils at Johannesburg on Saturday. Set 164 to win, Delhi was hindered by man of the match Shadab Jakati’s ...
Akali Dal-BJP fights a grim battle
After its dismal performance in 2004, the Congress seems to have the advantage and is likely to make a comeback
“BJP, Congress personalising politics”
“I have been able to bring down call charges to 50 paise a minute”
In Asansol, farmers’ anger boils over
Villagers vow to block Andal Aerotropolis project, say they will vote Trinamool
86 p.c. networks surveyed ‘vulnerable’
KOCHI: How secure are wireless networks in our cities? Mostly not secure enough, if the results of a ‘war driving’ exercise conducted by Deloitte India across 12 cities is any indication. This exercise covered 35,860 wireless ...
Experts urge students not to “write off” IT courses
“IT industry only undergoing a cyclical downturn”
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