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144 Section in Hyderabad ahead of Ayodhya verdict

Manmohan Singh to campaign in Bihar today

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People in Orissa, West Bengal celebrate Jhulan Yatra
Hindus in Orissa and West Bengal celebrated colourful Jhulan Yatra, which literally means swing procession ahead of Janmashtami, the festival marking the birth of Lord Krishna. ANI

Expatriate Indian to launch low-cost laptop
An expatriate Indian is all set to launch a unique lightweight and affordable laptop computer priced at 366.20 dollars in Indian markets. ANI

Traders protest against entry of retail chains
Traders on Sunday vowed to oppose entry of multi-national retain chains in the country. ANI

India successfully launches GSLV-F04
After stopping the launch of Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle, GSLV-F04, seconds before its planned lift off at 16:21 hours (IST), the scientists successfully launched the vehicle that placed the crucial INSAT-4CR into its orbit. ANI

Terror cell behind Hyderabad blasts also planned to attack World Military Games
The four people arrested in connection with the August 25 twin blasts at Hyderabad belong to a terror cell, which was planning to carry out more attacks in the city, including the main venue of the World Military Games. ANI

Insurgency brings hardship for an Assamese family
The insurgent groups marred violence has often proved to have done more damage than any good. Be it loss of property or life of someone loved, it is invariably the common man who is found bearing the cost of somebodys madness. ANI

Agra footwear industry facing Chinese heat
Agra, known for Taj Mahal world over, has an enormous leather industry, catering to the huge demand of footwear in the country for decades. But the industry is today witnessing perhaps the toughest time since its existence, due to challenge posed by Chinese footwear. ANI

Large number of militants waiting to cross LoC, says top Army official
A top Army official has said that a large number of militants are waiting to cross the Line of Control (LoC) from the Pakistani side and sneak into Kashmir. ANI

We were not consulted on nuke deal: BJP
Opposition Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) today said that the party was not consulted before the finalisation of the Indo-US nuclear deal, as claimed by UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi. ANI

Tense Allahabad limps back to normalcy
Curfew was relaxed today in Allahabad, which witnessed large scale rioting over alleged desecration of Koran on Saturday. ANI

Paks new art gallery might help change its image
Pakistans new contemporary National Art Gallery might help it to overcome the impression that people have about the country, like be-medalled generals, gun-toting militants and mountainous caves along the countrys rugged western border serving as terrorist hideouts. ANI

First rural call centre in naxalite-affected Tamil Nadu district
Youngsters living in the naxalite-influenced Krishnagiri District of Tamil Nadu can now hope to earn their livelihood working in countrys first-ever rural call centre after it turned operational this past week. ANI

Rain-affected roads, a setback for tourism sector in Dharamshala
Heavy downpour of rains and flash floods have badly damaged the Himachal Pradesh roads and affected local tourism industry. In Dharamshala, the poor condition of roads is proving a major turn off for visitors and local business community. ANI

Fresh floods inundate villages in Bihar
Fresh floods have drowned over half-a-dozen villages in Bihars Darbhanga District after a mud-dam collapsed recently. ANI

Mathura witnesses heaviest security force presence ahead of Janmashtami
Tight security arrangements have been made in Mathura ahead of Janmashtami celebrations, as thousands of devotees are expected to arrive here on Tuesday. ANI

Fire breaks out in Bokaro Steel Plant
A fire broke out at the tandem mill of the Bokaro Steel Plant on Sunday. ANI

Unafraid of terror acts, Hyderabadis pay tribute to twin blasts victims
Paying tributes to the victims of August 25 twin blasts in the city that claimed 43 lives, residents of Hyderabad said that they are not afraid of such acts of terror and are united ANI

J-K Education Minister escapes unhurt in militant attack
Jammu and Kashmir Education Minister Peerzada Mohammad Sayeed today escaped a bid on life when militants opened fire at his convoy at Sangrama, about 40 kilometres from Srinagar. ANI

CII delegation to Taiwan to explore investment opportunities
A Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) delegation under the leadership of Gopal Srinivasan, Director, TVS Electronics Limited will embark on a business trip to the Taiwan from September 2 - 4, 2007 to explore investment opportunities. ANI

11 injured in Srinagar blast
Eleven people, including four Border Security Force (BSF) personnel, were injured after suspected militants detonated a car bomb at Hyderpora locality here on Saturday evening. ANI

ISRO to launch INSAT-4CR today
Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is set to launch Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle, GSLV-04 at 4.21 p.m. on Sunday from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre SHAR in Sriharikota about 100 kilometeres from here. The GSLV-F04 will put in orbit the Indias latest communication satellite, INSAT-4CR. ANI

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