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From the Print Edition
India expects partners to fulfil nuclear commitments
Notwithstanding new NSG rules, ‘clean' exemption of 2008 must prevail

Protests erupt over price hike
Opposition parties: roll back hike in prices of diesel, kerosene and cooking gas

Mamata waives cess to cut LPG price
KOLKATA: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Saturday announced that her government would waive cess on LPG, so that the blow on domestic consumers of cooking gas in West Bengal is softened. Following this announcement, ...

Congress to its CMs: reduce taxes on petro products
NEW DELHI: In a bid to counter the negative impact of the hike in the prices of diesel, LPG and kerosene, and the attack from the Left parties and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on the issue, the Congress has asked its Chief Ministers to ...

Reinvigorate reforms to improve market access: U.S. official
Pranab-Geithner talks to focus on broad pillars of macroeconomic policy

Novel project may improve prospects of girl child education
PALI (RAJASTHAN): A new project, based on the unique concept of Creative Learning and Teaching (CLT), may have successfully bridged the gender gap in government-run primary schools in Pali district in Rajasthan. The project has helped ...

Afghan hospital bombing kills 20
Women and children among killed as maternity ward is hit

BJP stages protests in Delhi, Mumbai
NEW DELHI: Bharatiya Janata Party workers on Saturday held a demonstration at Jantar Mantar here and later courted arrest, protesting against the increase in the prices of cooking gas, diesel and kerosene. The Delhi Police used water ...

SP demands rollback of fuel price hike


Bardhan welcomes decision on Singur


BJP to raise Katchchatheevu issue in Parliament: Sushma


PM misled Parliament, says CPI(M)
NEW DELHI: The Communist Party of India (Marxist) on Saturday accused Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and the UPA government of “misleading Parliament and the people of the country” by claiming that the country could access sensitive ...

TENNIS
Sharapova cruises; del Potro runs into Nadal
Paes & Bhupathi lose; Bernard Tomic shocks fifth-seeded Robin Soderling

CRICKET
Of skill, brain and guts
On rare occasions when Sharad Dravid is in an indulgent mood, he will go to the KSCA ‘B' ground — adjacent to the Chinnaswamy Stadium — and watch his son Rahul practice with technical exactitude. Observing his son closely, be ...

FORMULA ONE
Vettel takes seventh pole of season
VALENCIA: Formula One world champion Sebastian Vettel chalked up his seventh pole position in eight races this season as Red Bull swept the front row in qualifying for the European Grand Prix on Saturday. Australian teammate Mark Webber ...

CRICKET
This West Indies line-up lacks the essential attributes of batsmanship
Kingston (Jamaica): Application is the essence of batsmanship. This quality is in short supply in the West Indies line-up. Time and again, the Caribbeans have succumbed to stressful situations. Under pressure, desperation rather than an ...

Iron Age burial site found near Tiruvannamalai
It is spread over three km and can be dated to 1,000 BCE-300 CE

Police grill Ratnakar for over 5 hours
PUTTAPARTHI: R.J. Ratnakar, a Member of Sri Sathya Sai Central Trust, was grilled by Anantapur district police at the Prashanthi Nilayam on Saturday, in connection with the seizure of Rs.35 lakh in cash while it was being transported from here ...

In search of lost species
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Several groups of scientists and naturalists have spread out to the forests and marshes across the country this monsoon in a coordinated expedition to try to locate some 50 species of amphibians that had eluded sighting ...

Sariska tiger gets a new fan
Jairam Ramesh terms the morning's sighting “the best ever”

Assamese writer Saurav Kumar Chaliha dead
GUWAHATI: Eminent Assamese short story writer and Sahitya Akademi Award winner Saurav Kumar Chaliha died at a private hospital here on Saturday. He was 81 and leaves behind his wife and daughter. Considered the most innovative and ...

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