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July 29, 2007

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144 Section in Hyderabad ahead of Ayodhya verdict

Manmohan Singh to campaign in Bihar today

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Shutdown affects life in Andhras Khammam District
A day-long shutdown called by the Left parties in Andhra Pradeshs Khammam District to register their protest against the Saturdays police firing on a protesting crowd that claimed eight lives affected the normal life today. ANI

25 injured in Nandigram clashes
At least 25 people have been injured in a clash between ruling CPI (M) and opposition Trinamool Congress supporters that took place in Nandigram on Sunday. ANI

Flood situation in Bihar worsens, 17 lakh people affected
Heavy rains lashed Bihar where the flood situation has become grim with new areas getting flooded and affecting millions of people. ANI

Srinagar bus explosion kills four, wounds over a dozen
At least four people were killed and over a dozen others were wounded on Sunday in an explosion inside a tourist bus near Dal Lake here. The victims, mostly Gujaratis, were rushed to a city hospital. One lady, named Rabiya died on the spot, while three other victims succumbed to their injuries later in the hospital. ANI

Fans pray for minimum sentence to Sanjay Dutt

Allahabad (UP), July 29: Fans of Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt, who has been convicted in connection with the 1993 Mumbai blasts case, offered prayers for his minimum sentence at a mausoleum here today. ANI

High-rise building a threat for people in seismic-prone Dehradun
With an increasing number of locals in Uttarakhand vying each other for high-rise buildings, the lives of several people in Dehradun, are under threat as the region lies in the earthquake prone zone. Officials with the Geological Survey of India have observed that unavailability of land is the root cause of the problem. As such, there has been excessive vertical expansion for the construction of houses and other buildings. ANI

Chennai dogs to get retirement benefits!
Eleven-year-old Ponni, a Dobberman, and nine-year-old Oscar, a Labarador, who served Chennai Police squad as sniffer dogs, will not be spending their post-retirement days as domestic pets akin to their former colleagues, for they will get a daily maintenance compensation of rupees 44. ANI

Modern technology revolutionising embroidery industry in Surat
As modern technology comes into fashion, the world of Zari or embroidery, originally applied by weavers manually, is witnessing a big change in Surat, regarded as the Mecca of textiles in Gujarat. ANI

Al Qaedas attempts to recruit Indians have failed: Narayanan
National Security Adviser M K Narayanan has said that Al Qaeda is making consistent effort to recruit Indian Muslims in its fold but has failed to punch a hole. ANI

Rapid weed-growth choking largest freshwater lake of northeast India
pur), July 29 (ANILoktak Lake, which is rich in biodiversity and is the largest freshwater lake in Northeast India, is getting choked with weeds. ANI

Maoists blow up railway signal system in Andhra Pradesh
Maoists on Sunday blew up a railway signal system in Vijayanagaram, damaging property worth rupees three million. ANI

Two killed, dozens injured in Srinagar blast
At least two people were killed and 21 others injured in a blast that took place inside a tourist bus near Dal Lake here today. ANI

Top Hizbul militant shot dead in Pulwama
Jammu and Kashmir police today shot dead a top Hizbul Mujahideen militant in Pulwama District of the state. ANI

Jyoti Basu condemns Andhra police firing; demands inquiry
Condemning the police firing on a protesting mob at Mudigonda village of Andhra Pradeshs Khammam District, which claimed eight lives yesterday, former West Bengal Chief Minister and veteran Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M) leader Jyoti Basu today demanded an inquiry into the incident. ANI

Home appliance companies eye Kerala market ahead of Onam
In a bid to boost sales ahead of the Onam festival, which marks the harvest season, major home appliance companies have come ahead with new models of their products, targeting the market in Kerala. ANI

Rains, floods continue to wreck havoc in eastern states(Lead:)
Around 100 houses have been washed away in flash floods in Siliguri in West Bengals Darjeeling District, where streams and rivers are in full spate following spells of heavy rains in the past few days. ANI

Cleanliness, a major disappointment for tourists at Vashisht Temple in Kullu
Kullus 5,000-year-old Vashisht Temple is today visited by a large number of people from different parts of the country and abroad. The temple has a bathing Kund, which is believed to have healing properties in its water. ANI

A criminal village with a brigade of notorious youth in Haryana
pat), July 29 (ANISiwah Village of Haryanas Panipat District is today known for its notorious record for having a brigade of jailbirds, as almost every third or fourth family has its youngsters involved in criminal activities. ANI

Devotees throng temples to celebrate Guru Purnima
Thousands of devotees thronged temples across the country on Sunday on the occasion of Guru Purnima, and offered prayer to their gurus. ANI

Goa CM Kamat to prove majority tomorrow
Goa Chief Minister Digambar Kamat will prove his governments majority on the floor of the 40-member State Assembly here on Monday. ANI

Situation in J-K may become worse if we show slackness: Antony
Defence Minister AK Antony has said that the situation in Jammu and Kashmir is improving, but it may become worse if any slackness is shown by New Delhi. ANI

Haneef to reach Bangalore today
Indian doctor Mohamed Haneef, who has been cleared of terror-related charge by an Australian court, has left Brisbane and will reach India later today.Haneef, who spent nearly four weeks in custody, is expected to reach Bangalore at 9.30 p.m. today. ANI

Left parties observe shutdown in Andhras Khammam district
The Left parties are observing a day long shutdown in Khammam district of the state today to register their protest against the police firing on a protesting crowd, which claimed eight lives on Saturday. ANI

Electrical and Electronics Fair 2007 concludes
Electrical and Electronics Fair 2007, the South India's biggest Electrical and Electronic Products Fair concludes Sunday late evening at 8pm on a satisfactory note in terms of offering a common platform for electrical and Electronicsl products, record number of visitors and enquiries it generated.
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