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    Repoll today in 660 Bihar booths
    NEW DELHI, FEB. 6. The Election Commission today ordered repolling in 660 polling stations of Gaya, Jehanabad, Bhojpur and Newada districts of Bihar and nine polling booths in Girdhia district of Jharkhand tomorrow, where elections were held on ...

    A walk for a cause
    NEW DELHI, FEB. 6. Celebrities from different walks of life assembled at the sprawling Lodi Gardens in the Capital on a cold Sunday afternoon for a noble "cause". And an equally enthusiastic crowd turned up to catch a glimpse of its favourite ...

    Kalam fractures shoulder in a fall, to be operated on
    NEW DELHI, FEB. 6. The President, A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, fractured his right shoulder after he slipped and fell during a walk today in the Rashtrapati Bhavan estate. He will undergo a surgery tomorrow. The Rashtrapati Bhavan spokesperson, S.M. ...

    Thaksin "wins" second term
    BANGKOK, JAN. 6. The Thai Prime Minister, Thaksin Shinawatra, today declared he had won an unprecedented second term with what appeared to be a massive mandate in Sunday's general elections. He was propelled by strong support from the rural poor ...

    32 killed in bus accident
    JAMMU, FEB. 6. Thirty-two people were killed and 29 injured in Udhampur district of Jammu and Kashmir when a 90-seat passenger bus skidded and fell down a 300-ft gorge. The bus was on its way to Udhampur town from Ramnagar tehsil when it fell ...

    Pope vows to continue with his mission
    VATICAN CITY, FEB. 6. Pope John Paul II, determined to show the faithful he is recovering from his latest health crisis, appeared in an open hospital window on Sunday and vowed to continue his mission despite his age and mounting medical ...

    An open field at Hyderabad
    HYDERABAD, FEB. 6. Draped in light from tall masts, the Sports Authority of Andhra Pradesh-Andhra Pradesh Lawn Tennis Association complex at Fateh Maidan will offer a soothing sight for sore eyes, if not the performers who'll grace its ...

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