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144 Section in Hyderabad ahead of Ayodhya verdict

Manmohan Singh to campaign in Bihar today

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Craven's horror flicks 'were inspired by real stories'

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Enforcement Directorate issues 'Look Out Circular' against Lalit Modi

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Tripura celebrates 30 years of Left Front rule in West Bengal
West Bengal Chief Minister Buddhadev Bhattacharjee today criticised his opponents for blocking the industrial reforms that he is determined to bring in his State, even as Tripura celebrated the 30 years of uninterrupted rule of Left coalition in his State here today. ANI

Seven day State mourning announced to mark Chandra Shekhars demise
As a mark of respect to the departed former Prime Minister Chandra Shekhar, the Centre today announced seven days of State mourning, when the national flag will fly at half-mast. ANI

Assam Rifles celebrate 100 days away of World Military Games
Assam Rifles, the oldest paramilitary force of the country, celebrated the much awaited 100 days away World Military Games here at the headquarters of the 21 Sector garrison at Kunjaban in Agartala today. ANI

Cabinet expresses profound sorrow at Chandra Shekhars demise
The Union Cabinet in a meeting here today expressed profound sorrow at the demise of Chandra Shekhar, former Prime Minister of India. ANI

Indores Khivraj perfects yoga acrobats on a bicycle
Khivraj Gujjar, a resident of Indore, can skilfully balance his body on a bicycle with the cycle standing upright without any support. ANI

7/11 Mumbai blast victim awaits compensation
A year since the deadly serial blasts in suburban trains in umbai city that claimed 186 lives, hundreds of victims with severe injuries or loss of limb continue to await compensation and aid to put their life back on track. ANI

Cases filed against 37 illegal Bangladeshi immigrants arrested in Ghaziabad.
Police have booked 37 Bangladeshi immigrants arrested for allegedly staying illegally in Uttar Pradeshs Ghaziabad town. ANI

Train services disrupted in Rajasthan following heavy rains
Train services have been disrupted in Rajasthan following heavy rains for the past several days.Floodwater has uprooted tracks at Balotra in Barmer district and Rohat in Pali district of Marwar region. ANI

Police clash with anti-Dera mob leaving several injured
Several people were injured here today after police intervened to disperse Sikhs, who were clashing with Dera Sacha Sauda members. ANI

Political leaders throng to pay homage to Chandra Shekhar
Senior leaders across the countrys political spectrum paid homage to former Prime Minister Chandra Shekhar, who died of cancer today morning. ANI

Nation lost a nation builder: Kalam
President A P J Abdul Kalam today expressed his grief over the sad demise of former Prime Minister Chandra Shekhar, saying that the country has lost a personality who contributed to nation building. ANI

Flood alert sounded in Rajasthans four districts
Four districts of Rajasthan -Jodhpur, Pali Barmer and Jalore-- were put on high alert, as water rose above the danger mark in the River Luni. ANI

Former Prime Minister Chandra Shekhar passes away
Former Prime Minister Chandra Shekhar today died of cancer in national capitals Apollo Hospital. He was suffering from multiple myeloma, a cancer of the plasma cell and was admitted, in May after his health condition deteriorated. ANI

Former Prime Minister Chandra Shekhar passes away -Lead:
Former Prime Minister Chandra Shekhar today died of cancer in national capitals Apollo Hospital. He was suffering from multiple myeloma, a cancer of the plasma cell and was admitted, in May after his health condition deteriorated. ANI

Traditional palanquins may soon disappear from public sight
There was a time when people would celebrate arrival of their newly wedded daughter-in-law in palanquin to their home with great joy. But today the palanquin makers and carriers warn the old majestic charm may soon disappear. ANI

She dog and five kittens redefining love in Chennai
Defining motherhood by an unusual example a She dog in Chennais Otteri-Namalvarpet feeds a couple of kittens who were deserted by their actual mother recently. ANI

FIR against Uma Bharti for communal remarks on Ram Sethu issue
Tamil Nadu police has filed an FIR against Bharatiya Jan Sakti leader, Uma Bharti, for her alleged communal remarks over Ram Sethu issue during a recent demonstration here. ANI

Thousands marooned in flood-hit West Bengal
Floods continued to ravage parts of West Bengal with at least 700,000 people being evacuated to safer places. ANI

Country hails inclusion of Taj in the list of new seven wonders of world
Celebrations erupted across the country following the inclusion of Taj Mahal in the new list of Seven Wonders of the World. ANI

Chandra Shekhar was truly secular nationalist: Manmohan Singh
Expressing his grief over the sad demise of former Prime Minister Chandra Shekhar early this morning, Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh said the former Prime Minister was a truly secular nationalist. ANI

Heavy rains, snowfalls stop Amarnath pilgrimage
The annual Amarnath pilgrimage was suspended today due to heavy rains and snowfall thus leaving thousands of pilgrims stranded. ANI

Work on new generation Indian missiles in progress
The scientists at the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) have begun working on a set of new generation missiles that would be fast, lethal and long range, after it achieved success in validating the Agni and Prithvi set of missiles. ANI

Thousands converge to honour 17th century Marathi saint
Thousands took out a procession from Dehu village near Pune to pay obeisance to the 17th century Marathi saint Tukaram. ANI

Bangalore police widen probe into UK terror plot suspects
Even though the Bangalore police are tight lipped over the investigation of the Karnataka connection to the foiled terror attacks in the UK, they have widened the scope of enquiry. ANI

Taj Mahal included in new seven wonders list
The Taj Mahal, a marvel in marble, has been voted among the new seven wonders of the world. ANI

Former Prime Minister Chandra Shekhar passes away
Former Prime Minister Chandra Shekhar today died in the Apollo Hospital of the city. He was suffering from Multiple Myeloma, a cancer of the plasma cell and was admitted in May after his health condition deteriorated. ANI

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