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    Thackeray expels Rane
    ``Should quit Assembly seat too''

    Kulkarni quits BJP post
    To continue as ordinary party worker

    Ministers survive attack in Kashmir
    Militants set off improvised explosive device in Baramullah district on Sunday

    Manmohan offers Central assistance
    Speaks to Narendra Modi to seek details

    Child abuse under scanner
    The study will focus on sexual exploitation of schoolchildren in Chennai

    Ready for talks
    SRINAGAR: Talks between the Centre and the Hurriyat's moderate faction would begin as soon as Prime Minister Manmohan Singh fixed the dates, senior leader Abdul Gani Bhat said on Sunday. "We are ready for talks, as dialogue is the key to ...

    Egypt's envoy kidnapped in Baghdad
    BAGHDAD: An Egyptian envoy expected to become Iraq's first Arab ambassador since its new Government took office was kidnapped in Baghdad, weeks after arriving in the country, diplomats said on Sunday. Witnesses said gunmen accosted Ihab ...

    AGP shows the door to founder chief Mahanta
    Show cause notices to four party legislators for defying whip

    RTC talks fail; strike from today
    Employees' unions reject Cabinet Sub-Committee's plea for more time

    Child abuse under scanner
    The study will focus on sexual exploitation of schoolchildren in Chennai

    Marginal fall in State's demand for electricity
    Power shutdown to continue in rural areas

    Ration card-holders in a fix
    SALEM: Many of the new ration card-holders, attached to the AD-017 fair price shop on Ambayiram Chavadi Street here, are in a predicament. They do not know whether their cards, which they received on Saturday, would be treated as "genuine.'' ...

    Ban on seven-seaters lifted
    ESMA invoked; YSR allays fears of travelling public

    Government gears up to face stir
    Industrial workers, Government employees and teachers to join protest

    Roger Federer's reign continues
    LONDON: Deserted by his mates — read competitors — en route to the icy heights of his own genius, Roger Federer the duellist has metamorphosed into Roger Federer the solo artist. Audiences everywhere come licking their lips in ...

    Venus eclipses Davenport for title
    London: They hunted with a lot of success in these parts long ago. Fossil records of the game certainly vouch for that. On Saturday afternoon, the two women, Venus Williams and Lindsay Davenport, magically sprang out of the cabinet where the ...

    Alonso ends Renault's drought in French GP
    MAGNY-COURS (France): Formula One World championship leader Fernando Alonso became the first Renault driver since Alain Prost in 1983 to win the French Grand Prix here on Sunday. And it came when there was no French driver in the field; the first ...

    Some more truckers to join stir from today
    BANGALORE: Bangaloreans are likely to feel the heat of the truckers' strike which will begin on Monday following a decision of the Karnataka Tankers' Association to support the ongoing agitation by sand transporters. The supply of petrol and ...

    Maoist killed in encounter
    GUNTUR: One naxalite of the CPI (Maoist) was killed in an exchange of fire with the police in Nakarekallu mandal on Sunday morning. The Guntur Superintendent of Police, V.C. Sajjanar, a police party on a combing mission in the Gullapalli ...

    Ram Vilas Paswan's condition stable
    NEW DELHI: The condition of Union Chemical and Fertilizers Minister Ram Vilas Paswan, who suffered a mild heart attack, is stable, sources at the Escorts Heart Institute and Research Centre said on Sunday. Mr. Paswan is in the intensive care ...

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