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August 26, 2007

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144 Section in Hyderabad ahead of Ayodhya verdict

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Nationwide protests against Hyderabad blasts
People took to streets in various parts of the country condemning the serial blasts that rocked Hyderabad city killing over 40 people. ANI

Nationwide protests against Hyderabad blasts
People took to streets in various parts of the country condemning the serial blasts that rocked Hyderabad city killing over 40 people. ANI

Readymade Rakhi Thalis for sisters in Rajkot
With the sibling festival Raksha Bandhan round the corner, the markets in Gujarat are full of a variety of Rakhis, the sacred wrist band, and accessories in differing designs and shapes. ANI

Patil against open discussion of foreign terror outfits role in Andhra blasts
Union Home Minister Shivraj Patil today reached Hyderabad to review the security situation and the progress of the investigation in Saturdays twin blasts that killed over 40 people and left scores of others injured. ANI

Nagpur farmers threaten to commit suicide for better compensation package
Farmers in Nagpur have threatened to commit suicide if their demand of adequate compensation for their lands acquired by the State government for a cargo hub project is not met. ANI

Family and special friend Katrina visit Salman in jail
The entire family of Bollywood actor Salman Khan today visited him in the Central Jail here along with actress Katrina Kaif, who also happens to be a close friend of the actor. ANI

Doctors on the run while Kerala grapples with Chikungunya
The Kerala Government is on the lookout for hundreds of its doctors who were employed at state-run hospitals but have probably joined either private hospitals or shifted abroad without proper intimation to the concerned authorities. ANI

Indian delegation to attend Urs of Baba Bullehshah in Pakistan
A fifty-two member delegation from India will reach Kasur in Pakistan today to attend the Urs of Baba Bullehshah, the revolutionary Saint of Punjab. ANI

Sibal calls for dedicated satellite for better health services in remote areas
Union Minister for Science and Technology and Earth Sciences Kapil Sibal today called for a dedicated satellite for providing health services to the people in remote areas. ANI

Readymade Rakhi Thalis for sisters in Rajkot
With the sibling festival Raksha Bandhan round the corner, the markets in Gujarat are full of a variety of Rakhis, the sacred wrist band, and accessories in differing designs and shapes. ANI

Rajasthan traders oppose Centres decision to liberalise marble imports
Rajasthans marble traders are opposing a recent decision by the Centre to liberalise regulations governing marble imports. ANI

Future clean cars would not require gaseous hydrogen
Future cars running on clean fuel technology would not require gaseous hydrogen, according to a recent study by a scientist from Yale University. ANI

Gorakhpur elderly man plays music with leaves!
An elderly man in Gorakhpur has developed an unusual art of using leaves as reeds to play music. ANI

Women fear ghost at night in Haryana village
Women in Sangoi Village of Haryanas Karnal District are spending sleepless nights for the past one week, fearing a ghostly shadow that targets only girls or the newly-wedded women. ANI

Karat has made Left immensely popular among Communist voters: Website
The Indo-US bilateral civilian nuclear cooperation deal has brought the Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M) General Secretary, Prakash Karat, to the centre stage. ANI

Is a Pawar-led new political alliance in the making?
A re-alignment of political parties is expected if the Left withdraws its support to the Congress-led UPA Government at the Centre over the Indo-US civilian nuclear cooperation deal. ANI

BJP accuses UPA govt of negligence in dealing with terrorism
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Rajnath Singh today came down heavily on the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) Government, accusing it of showing laxity in dealing with terrorism. ANI

India remembers Mother Teresa on her 97th birth anniversary
Birthday celebrations and special prayers were held at the headquarters of Missionaries of Charity, founded by Mother Teresa, here on Sunday to commemorate her 97th birth anniversary. ANI

Pak, Bangladesh terrorist outfits suspected behind blasts: Reddy
Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Y S Rajasekhar Reddy today said that terrorist organisations operating from Bangladesh and Pakistan were suspected to be behind the Hyderabad twin blasts. ANI

US condemns Hyderabad twin blasts
The United States today condemned Saturdays twin blasts in Hyderabad and termed it as vicious act of terrorism. ANI

Punjab awaits multiplex boom
After making a mark in the metros, multiplexes are all set to boom in cities like Ludhiana. ANI

Designer outfits make a mark in Sikkim
Designer outfits are creating a buzz in North East India, and particularly in Sikkim, thanks to a New Delhi-based designer duo. ANI

President, PM greet nation on Onam
President Pratibha Devisingh Patil and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh have greeted citizens in India and abroad on the occasion of Onam, which will be celebrated on Monday. ANI

Uneasy calm, fear prevail in Hyderabad a day after twin blasts
An uneasy calm and fear prevailed in Hyderabad on Sunday morning, a day after twin blasts rocked the city killing 42 people and injuring several others. ANI

Punjab awaits multiplex boom
After making a mark in the metros, multiplexes are all set to boom in cities like Ludhiana. ANI

Designer outfits make a mark in Sikkim
Designer outfits are creating a buzz in North East India, and particularly in Sikkim, thanks to a New Delhi-based designer duo. ANI

President, PM greet nation on Onam
President Pratibha Devisingh Patil and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh have greeted citizens in India and abroad on the occasion of Onam, which will be celebrated on Monday. ANI

Uneasy calm, fear prevail in Hyderabad a day after twin blasts
An uneasy calm and fear prevailed in Hyderabad on Sunday morning, a day after twin blasts rocked the city killing 42 people and injuring several others. ANI

Shivraj Patil, Advani visiting Hyderabad
Union Home Minister Shivraj Patil and senior BJP leader L K Advani are visiting Hyderabad today to take stock of the situation arising out of Saturdays twin blasts. ANI

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