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Wednesday , July 7 , 2010
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Jump-gun cloud on rain cheer
The India Meteorological Department has declared that the ...  | Read.. 
Dutch set up European final
Third time lucky for the Dutch. ...  | Read.. 
German angst as octopus predict Spain win
Updated July 07, 2010 18:30hrs (IST)
The cries of despair from all around Germany could probably be heard in South Africa as a “psychic” ...  | Read.. 
UK varsity honours Nobel laureate Amartya Sen
Updated July 07, 2010 16:30hrs (IST)
Internationally renowned economist Professor Amartya Sen has been honoured with a Doctorate ...  | Read.. 
Home Secretary Pillai to visit Srinagar
Updated July 07, 2010 16:15hrs (IST)
Union Home Secretary G K Pillai will visit Srinagar today to review the law and order ...  | Read.. 
Maoist bandh affects life in parts of Orissa
Updated July 07, 2010 16:00hrs (IST)
Rail and road services were disrupted in some parts of Orissa as a two-day Bharat Bandh ...  | Read.. 
Another Jnaneswari conspirator arrested
Updated July 07, 2010 15:30hrs (IST)
Manik Mahto, one of the alleged conspirators of the May 28 Jnaneswari Express disaster ...  | Read.. 
Dhoni meets ‘Dhoni’, but one needs to catch up
A famous face with a familiar smile dropped in at 10 Janpath today to meet Rahul Gandhi, and basked in the admiration of “Congress’s Dhoni”. ...  | Read.. 
Rail night curfew to start early
The South Eastern Railway has advanced by two hours the “night curfew” for trains running through the Maoist-affected Jungle Mahal in view of a two-day bandh. ...  | Read.. 
Residents clash with CRPF
Merapani town, located in the disputed D sector along the Assam-Nagaland boundary, has turned into a battle zone since last night as residents clashed with the CRPF over reco ...  | Read.. 
IIM-Ranchi dream comes true...
The country’s ninth Indian Institute of Management was inaugurated by Governor MOH Farook today in the presence of a host of dignitaries and the first batch of 45 st ...  | Read.. 
Martin Caceres’s foot slams into the face of the Netherlands’ Demy de Zeeuw as the Uruguayan tries a bicycle kick during the semi-final on Tuesday. (R ...  | Read
Why should I give up the job voluntarily?
Philipp Lahm
on handing the German captaincy to Michael Ballack
A ‘Z’ eye in Delhi sky for Commonwealth Games
The government’s plan for a novel “Z” category security for the Commonwealth Gam ...  | Read..
Recruitment flurry in CU
Calcutta University is on an overdrive to fill up several key posts, lying vacant for years, before ...  | Read..
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Advani blog gives CPM blushes and jitters
Bengal CPM leaders today betrayed fears that L.K. Advani's blog disclosure might cost the Left mino...   | Read.. 
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Enter, meet-greet-eat experts
The first meeting of the jumbo expert committee at the Town Hall on Tuesday afternoon was meant to b...   | Read.. 
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Maoists widen killing field
Suspected Maoists have carried out possibly their first strike in Murshidabad, killing two villager...   | Read.. 
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Shutdown threat to Tata gardens
The Akhil Bharatiya Adivasi Vikas Parishad has threatened to shut down the four gardens of Tata Tea...   | Read.. 
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Doing some things right
This is a tale of two cities, rather a tale of two countries, neighbours with deep and enduring bond...   | Read.. 
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Rafael's introduction made the difference
There was a Dutch of class in Cape Town on Tuesday. The Netherlands entered the World cup final afte...   | Read.. 
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L'Oreal lady cash scandal strikes Sarkozy
French President Nicolas Sarkozy was tonight fighting the biggest scandal to engulf his government ...   | Read.. 
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FDI in retail, aviation up for review
The Manmohan Singh government is looking afresh at relaxing the caps on foreign direct investments ...   | Read.. 
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VROOM! Bikes rule footpaths
Bicycles and motorbikes have laid siege to footpaths in the city.   | Read..