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  • Test
  • Controversial Bill, Ordinance on tainted Lawmakers withdrawn
  • 2014 Commonwealth Short Story Prize open for entry
  • The Hyderabad Students Festival 2013
  • #Indian Whispers on #Rape, #Racism and Corporate Funding
  • Jordan civic elections
  • Rajya Sabha condemns activist Dabholkar’s killing
  • Congress Telangana leaders rule out compromise on Hyderabad
  • Gold touches Rs.34,600 per 10 grams
  • SC reserves order on 2G plea
  • Obama says Syria, Egypt decisions near
  • Jagan to go on indefinite fast in jail from Sunday
  • BJP asks centre to seek report on Mumbai gang-rape
  • Al Jazeera’s fluctuating fortunes
  • National Media Centre inaugurated
  • Welfare Party Shown its strength in local body elections of AP
  • MIM to contest outside Andhra Pradesh too: Akbaruddin Owaisi
  • The volatile journey of Indian rupee since independence
  • PM bats for stability, secular India – warns Pakistan
  • ‘Pakistan, a gift from Allah’- Jamaat-e-Islami
  • I-Day celebrated across India, bomb blasts in northeast
  • Don’t exploit situation, Omar tells parties
  • Terrorism should be confronted, says Saudi Arabia
  • Rampant illegal sand mining in Noida, says government panel
  • Kashmir gripped by Eid fever as problems take a backseat
  • Feasting, shopping in old Delhi ahead of Eid
  • 102 bills pending in parliament (With: 44 bills listed for parliament’s 16-day monsoon session)
  • ‘Foreign retailers may not enter India before 2014 elections’
  • Reversing brain drain? Better research facilities see Indian scientists return
  • Suspended IAS officer served charge sheet
  • End Islamist sit-ins, Egypt cabinet tells minister
  • India relaxes FDI norms for multi-brand retail
  • Dance bars should be banned in Goa: BJP legislator
  • #Telengana for  a denizen !!
  • “Hyderabad as Investment Destination”- an analysis
  • Mixed reactions to Congress decision on Telangana
  • Telangana to be India’s 29th state, Hyderabad the joint capital
  • To The Indian Youth
  • Protests in Seemandhra ahead of Congress, UPA meet on Telangana
  • Trinamool sweeps Bengal panchayat polls, LF out of reckoning
  • Another fake US varsity closes leaving Indian students stranded
  • Pakistan calls for Mohammed Morsi’s release
  • Suspense continues over Andhra Pradesh’s future
  • Haryana gives Rs.2-6 as compensation for damaged crops
  • Train crash: Spain to observe three days of mourning
  • Punjab prisoners go live on Facebook, social sites
  • More violence in last phase of Bengal panchayat polls
  • Civil society group to help Batla House case convict
  • Detroit bankruptcy raises red flags in other US cities
  • India’s campus radio grows into community platforms (Education Feature)
  • How to stay fit while fasting and feasting
  • Kumar Mangalam Birla resigns from RBI board
  • Avoid excessive force, Amnesty tells Jammu and Kashmir authorities
  • IGNOU offers course in plantation management
  • Quattrocchi’s death not end of Bofors saga: Joginder Singh (Interview)
  • Rahul favours manifesto incorporating people’s views
  • 6.8-magnitude quake near New Zealand
  • BJP is communal so is Narendra Modi: Anna Hazare
  • US drone strikes unpopular across globe: Survey
  • Clashes, curfew, tension in parts of Jammu and Kashmir
  • Justice Sathasivam sworn in as chief justice of India
  • Modi, Congress two faces of the same coin: Mamata
  • SC sets aside notification for common medical test
  • Explain CBI ex-officer’s statement: Pakistan to India
  • Two arrested with 99 pistols in Delhi
  • Islamist leader sentenced to death in Bangladesh
  • Ishrat case can renew respect for statute
  • SC upholds law on reformist treatment to delinquent minors
  • Bihar tainted free meal toll rises to 23, sick battle for life
  • India hikes FDI limit in insurance to 49 percent and in Telecom to 100 percent
  • India-backed constitutional move vital for Sri Lanka: Book
  • US drone kills three in Pakistan
  • The text of Malala Yousafzai’s speech at the United Nations
  • Govt orchestrated terror attack on Parliament and the 26/11: Fake Encounter Probe Officer
  • Be nationalist Indian, not Hindu nationalist, Digvijaya tells Modi
  • Bhutan votes for a change in power
  • India’s 21st nuclear reactor at Kudankulam starts fission
  • US dollar behind Morsi’s ouster!!
  • Court bans caste based rallies in UP
  • Court dismisses DU teachers’ plea challenging semester system
  • Suspense over Telangana ahead of Congress core committee meet Friday
  • Jailed person can’t contest for lawmaker’s post: SC
  • NASA to help students study earth’s surface
  • Ex-minister Raghavji (BJP) arrested on sodomy charge
  • Congress core committee may take Telangana decision on July 12
  • Hemant Soren stakes claim to form Jharkhand government
  • Digvijaya submits report on Telangana to Sonia
  • 13 killed as hotel collapses in Secunderabad
  • Likely division of Andhra makes five lawmakers quit
  • Is violence part of plan to disturb states? asks Mamata
  • BJP and the Sangh (Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh) want to communalise politics:Digvijaya Singh on #BodhGaya blasts
  • Two hurt in Bodh Gaya blasts; Won’t be tolerated, says PM
  • BJP will build Ram Mandir very soon: Amit Shah
  • Military failed to “SAVE THE NATION”-Death toll in Egypt’s clashes rises to 32
  • Bihar gets Rs.4,130 crore for rural development
  • Sri Lanka plays down interaction with India
  • Work for alternative policies, CPI-M tells parties
  • MORSI OVERTHROWN! COUP D’ETAT IN EGYPT
  • CBI names Gujarat cops as accused in Ishrat Jahan killing
  • The anatomy of Narendra Modi — the man and his politics (Book Review)
  • Congress leaders seek early decision on Telangana
  • EU demands explanation after reports of US spying
  • Two killed in Kashmir firing, army orders probe
  • SC reschedules Bengal panchayat polls, makes it five phase
  • Green approach to development can minimise human tragedy: Expert
  • Petrol price hiked by Rs.1.82 a litre from Friday midnight
  • Mandela’s health improving, but still critical: Presidency
  • Kanimozhi, Raja elected to Rajya Sabha
  • No disease outbreak in Uttarakhand: Health ministry
  • Activists ask PM to reopen 1991 J&K mass rape probe
  • Afghan presidential palace attack ends, four rebels killed
  • IAF mercy chopper crashes in Uttarakhand
  • UN offers help for Uttarakhand disaster
  • After Vidya Balan, TISS researchers study Bihar’s Super 30
  • Eight soldiers killed in Srinagar as militants ambush convoy
  • PM condemns ‘cowardly attack’ on armymen in Srinagar
  • India win ICC Champions trophy 2013
  • Super moon lights up the sky
  • Uttarakhand rescue: When the going gets tough, the tough get going
  • US whistleblower Snowden leaves Hong Kong
  • Andhra assembly – minimum debate, maximum ruckus
  • Nitish: A lone ranger on centre stage
  • Nature’s fury, human greed and sleeping on the dead…
  • Soon, drink Amma Mineral Water in Tamil Nadu buses
  • Champions Trophy: India thrash Sri Lanka, to face England in final
  • On a mission to revive Arabic calligraphy in India
  • Yamuna recedes in Delhi but flows above danger mark
  • Obama proposes further US, Russian nuclear arms cut
  • Unique, green air-cooling system for Nalanda University
  • Heavy rains hit life in north India, wreak havoc in Uttarakhand
  • New mental health bill bans electric shocks, gives right to treatment
  • Friends-turned-foes: JD-U, BJP spar in Bihar
  • Amidst allegations over Oil firms, Petrol prices to rise by Rs.2 per litre
  • Student commits suicide over Telangana
  • More central funds for rural jobs, roads in Karnataka
  • UN chief concerned about Israeli settlements in West Bank
  • Import lobbies derailing India’s oil exploration: Minister
  • If useful, my successor could be female: Dalai Lama
  • Hyderabad on edge for Friday’s Telangana march
  • SC refuses to intervene in IPL scandal probe
  • TDP willing to joint Federal Front
  • Modi’s elevation tipping point for Indian politics
  • JD-U set to snap ties over Modi
  • Noise at Kudankulam N-plant no cause for worry
  • Unacceptable if US found violating Indian privacy laws, says India
  • After Saudi Arabia, Kuwait wants to reduce expat workers
  • No SC relief for Gujarat cop in Ishrat Jahan shootout
  • Miffed over Modi, Advani quits all posts in BJP
  • Goa BJP legislator slams Modi for backing ‘Hindu Nation’
  • England defeat Australia in their Champions Trophy opener
  • Champions Trophy: West Indies beat Pakistan by two wickets
  • New radiation techniques to treat brain tumours (June 8 is World Brain Tumour Day)
  • CBI wants two Andhra ex-ministers in custody for Jagan case
  • Despite Lokayukta dampener, Gouds get fish ‘medicine’ ready
  • DU begins admissions to four-year undergrad course
  • Andhra’s annual credit plan proposed at Rs.1.33 lakh crore
  • EU urges Israel to stop settlements actives
  • Heavy rains lash Kerala, early monsoon in India
  • Congress dilemma: focus on Maoist insurgency or election?
  • Narayana Murthy back as Infosys executive chairman
  • Fiscal 2012-13 economic growth slowest in a decade
  • Students celebrate CBSE class 10th results in New Delhi
  • ‘Global warming doesn’t concern 40 percent of adult Indians’
  • Japanese scholar gets Padma Shri from PM
  • BCCI secretary in three-member IPL probe commission
  • Indian girl with rare cancer in UAE in need of money
  • A Foundation for Value Based Politics in Deccan
  • UPA-II anniversary: No honest appraisal
  • Woman, daughter jump off moving truck in UP, die
  • An Indian Heart beats for Pakistani now
  • AP Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy at Congress Party’s State Convention
  • Rising temperatures can affect quality of pills: Doctors
  • Doctors want quality in medical education
  • BJP set for hattrick of sitting in opposition: Congress
  • Governments failing to protect minorities, says US
  • Two Cabinet Ministers from AP resign over corruption allegations
  • Land acquisition bill will lead to corporatization: Activists
  • Two Andhra ministers charged in Jagan case may quit
  • Bail for Liyaqat vindicates Omar’s stand, says NC
  • IT seeks expense details of Lalu’s Parivartan rally
  • The rise and fall of Sreesanth
  • ‘Havan’ and prayers as ‘Munnabhai’ readies for prison
  • Regional winners announced 2013 Commonwealth Book Prize and Commonwealth Short Story Prize
  • Return of US dollar, end of gold run
  • SC to hear plea against Andhra government on Section 66A
  • Ranbaxy to pay $500 mn to settle US fraud charges: The largest drug safety settlement
  • India develops affordable vaccine for rotavirus diarrhoea
  • “Amu” : India’s Wakeup Call to the 1984 #Rapes and Killings of #Sikhs
  • Nawaz Sharif invites Manmohan Singh to Pakistan
  • SC clears decks for admissions to medical colleges
  • Ayurveda becoming popular for eye diseases too
  • Indian mothers give up their dreams for their children: Survey
  • Vande Mataram Issue
  • Police arrests Anti-Posco leader Abhaya Sahu
  • Bansal quits as railway minister
  • A woman as Delhi Police commissioner?
  • Dalit activists join DU teachers against four-year course
  • Apex court dismisses Sanjay Dutt’s review plea
  • Geetika suicide: Kanda charged with rape, abetment of suicide
  • Jamia prepares ‘brains’ to help India understand neighbours
  • SC rejects Jagan’s bail plea
  • Abdullah apologizes to Sanaullah’s family
  • Modi magic fails to work in Karnataka
  • CBI a caged parrot speaking in master’s voice: SC
  • Congress wrests Karnataka, BJP stunned
  • Don’t execute my husband, Bhullar’s wife tells SC
  • Early diagnosis can check dementia
  • After SC,Kudankulam n-plant decision now lies with regulator
  • Task of cleansing system has fallen on judiciary
  • Andhra to set up security commission
  • EFLU on boils over suicide cases
  • Prosecutor in Bhutto Killing and Mumbai attacks assassinated in Pakistan
  • All-party meet to show EVMs with verifiable vote, apex court told
  • No conspiracy behind Sarabjit attack, says Pakistan Punjab CM
  • India-Pakistan ties hit new low as Sarabjit dies; state-level cremation Friday
  • Women’s squad protects women in Kolkata Metro
  • US religious body concerned over Modi entry into US
  • Polls will be held May 11, assures Gen Kayani
  • Israeli settlers turn violent in West Bank
  • CBI not independent: CBI chief
  • SP hardsells Harvard boycott to woo minority vote
  • Parliament adjourned after passing Finance Bill 2013-14 till May 2
  • 29 years on, Sajjan Kumar acquitted in 1984 riots case
  • SC criticises government for vetting CBI report
  • India ranked 38th in Index of Democracy; US 21st
  • Coal scam: Attorney General Vahanvati in dock?
  • Is China expanding its ‘core interests’?
  • Congress woos SC/STs in Andhra Pradesh with 2014 elections in view
  • Disrupted Parliament and Paralyzed Nation
  • Stop playing petty politics on Sarabjit: Rajeev Shukla
  • Syria’s insecurity to jeopardise entire region: Ahmadinejad
  • Saudi Arabia to replace expatriate workers with locals
  • Going under the knife for a perfect Facebook profile pic
  • Egypt Muslim Brotherhood Statement Condemns Iraqi Government Use of Violence
  • 7/11 Mumbai blasts Trial: Another Setback to Maharashtra Anti-Terror Squad
  • Obama vows probe into use of chemical weapons in Syria
  • CBI shared coal blocks probe report: files affidavit in SC
  • Girls outperformed boys in the Intermediate Second Year examinations
  • Opposition demands rejection of JPC report offering clean chit to PM, FM
  • Impasse continues over India-China border dispute at Ladakh
  • BJP count anoint prime ministerial candidate by May 2013, says Rajnath Singh
  • Justice JS Verma succumbs to multiple-organ failure at Delhi Hospital
  • Zakia Ahsan Jafri filed the Protest Petition Against Narendra Modi and Others
  • Karnataka Elections – Convention on Political Parties’ Manifesto for IT/ITeS Employees
  • Drugs and Olympic Victories
  • #Ambedkar: The Status of #Women Says Much About A Nation!
  • The Gun Issue
  • 13 policemen suspended for chaos at Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde’s house
  • Shortlists announced for 2013 Commonwealth literary prizes
  • Bharti Airtel raises $500 million through bond issue
  • 8 Reasons to Make Time for Family Dinner
  • The Hyderabad blast investigations are doomed to fail: JTSA
  • Salman Khan, four others charged with hunting blackbucks by Jodhpur court, trial begins next month
  • Nasa reveals new information about moon probes crash sites
  • Microsoft details global police data requests
  • New Zealand v England: Batsmen set for fight on day three

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