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    35 injured in Anantnag grenade blast
    SRINAGAR, JULY 10. Ahead of the Amarnath yatra which is scheduled to begin on July 15, militants lobbed a grenade in the south Kashmir district of Anantnag today injuring 35 persons. Reports said the injured included six women and two ...

    Monsoon expected to revive
    NEW DELHI, JULY 10. Senior officials at the India Meteorological Department today held out hopes that the southwest monsoon, which has been lying dormant in the last one week, could revive by Monday. Speaking to The Hindu, the officials ...

    We are the real Hurriyat: Geelani
    SRINAGAR, JULY 10. Efforts to unify the Hurriyat Conference appeared to be getting more difficult with the leader of the breakaway faction, Syed Ali Shah Geelani, today questioning the genuineness of the separatist conglomerate and insisting that ...

    India's population is 102.8 crores
    NEW DELHI, JULY 10.India's population has reached 102.8 crores with 53.2 crore males and 49.6 crore females at an annual growth rate of 1.94. On the eve of Population Day, the Registrar-General of India, J.K. Banthia, declared that India's ...

    Floods wreak havoc in Assam, Bihar
    GUWAHATI/PATNA, JULY 10. Floods continued to ravage the eastern and northeastern States of Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Bihar and North Bengal today with 25 people falling prey to nature's fury and property worth crores of rupees damaged. The ...

    Shiv Sena meet
    AURANGABAD (MAHARASHTRA), JULY 10.A two-day meeting of the Shiv Sena began here today to decide on the party's strategy for the coming Maharashtra Assembly elections. The Sena executive president, Uddhav Thackeray, told the gathering that the ...

    Fire at IAF depot
    BETUL (MADHYA PRADESH), JULY 10.Huge quantities of ammunition and explosives were today destroyed in a major fire at an Air Force station suspected to have been triggered by accidental blasts causing injuries to two IAF personnel at Amlanagar, 30 ...

    AIDS conference
    BANGKOK, JULY 10.``Access for all'' is the theme of the world's biggest conference on AIDS, which begins here tomorrow. The meet will reflect the need to provide resources, education and information to all for prevention and treatment. — ...

    West Bank wall
    UNITED NATIONS, JULY 10.The Palestinians will return to the United Nations General Assembly next week to demand the destruction of the barrier Israel is building to seal off the West Bank. The world court has called for its dismantling. — ...

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