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US malls test experimental waters to fill vacancies 6.4.2009 Deccan Herald
US malls test experimental waters to fill vacancies
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Dementia on rise in India 6.4.2009 Deccan Herald
Dementia on rise in India
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Gambhir's ton helps India pin down Kiwis 6.4.2009 Deccan Herald
Gambhir's ton helps India pin down Kiwis
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India get early breakthough 6.4.2009 Rediff: Cricket
India declared at 434 for seven at the first drinks interval to set New Zealand an improbable target of 617 and give a little over five sessions to achieve that. At lunch, New Zealand was 37 for one.
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briefs 6.4.2009 The Statesman
briefs
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Moles still hopeful of saving match 6.4.2009 The Statesman
Moles still hopeful of saving match
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Report 6.4.2009 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
India declared at 434 for seven at the first drinks interval to set New Zealand an improbable target of 617 and give a little over five sessions to achieve that.
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Foul air hits below the belt 6.4.2009 Telegraph: Calcutta
Calcutta's male population is losing the power to procreate with every breath of foul air, according to an Indo-American study of infertility patterns in the city over two decades.
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Day III highlights 6.4.2009 Telegraph: Sports
Gautam Gambhir crossed 1000 runs in away Test matches in just 10 matches and 17 innings. He is now the second quickest among Indians to do so after Sunil Gavaskar (in eight matches and 15 innings) to reach this landmark. Meanwhile, Gambhir has now equalled this record by a left-handed batsman in Tests: Australian Arthur Morris had also reached his 1000 away runs in 10 matches and 17 innings.
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Black Caps coach gives up hope 6.4.2009 Telegraph: Sports
Wellington: New Zealand coach Andy Moles admitted after the third day's play on Sunday that a New Zealand victory is unlikely and they will have to bat really well in the second innings to escape with a draw.
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Obama changes the nuclear rules 6.4.2009 The Guardian -- Front Page
Two presidential speeches in two days signal end of cold war strategic thinking In his whirlwind debut European tour of summits in Britain, France, Germany and the Czech Republic, Barack Obama has delivered two speeches, both exactly 26 minutes long. On Friday, in Strasbourg, he was rapturously applauded by French and German students when he said he wanted to rid the world of nuclear weapons. In Prague yesterday, he spelled out his hopes, outlining a host of means to that end and denouncing fatalism in the face of the nuclear threat as a "deadly adversary". The world's estimated arsenal of 24,000 nuclear warheads - all but 1,000 in the US and Russian armouries - was the worst legacy of the cold war, Obama said. If the risk of all-out ...
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Oil leakage in MRPL: water in Atturkodi pond contaminated 6.4.2009 Hindu: Karnataka
Company has been pumping out the water since Saturday night
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Calicut University offers MBA programme 6.4.2009 Hindu: Kerala
Kozhikode: The Department of Commerce and Management Studies of Calicut University has invited applications for its two-year (four-semester) Master of Business Administration (MBA) programme and at four self-financing centres at Kozhikode, ...
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USMLE: Licence to practice 6.4.2009 Hindu:Education Plus: Chennai
The United States Medical Licensing Examination is conducted in three steps, evaluating a physician’s ability to apply knowledge, concepts, and principles that are important in health and disease.
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Some alternatives to GATE 6.4.2009 Hindu:Education Plus: Hyderabad
I completed my B.E (EEE) with 74 per cent marks. I took GATE but could not clear it. So, please tell me whether I can pursue M.Tech without GATE score. What are my other options? Kalyan Chakravarthy Most of the universities ...
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Youth will not get carried by glamour 6.4.2009 Hindu:Education Plus: Hyderabad
Youth are bestowed with great physical energy and high peer unity. They can carry out any given task with certain level of enthusiasm. And there is nothing wrong in film stars wooing them to vote in favour of their parties. The thumping success ...
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Combating the peddlers of hatred 6.4.2009 Hindu: Opinion
As threats to India’s security from outside and within become deadlier, it is time to acknowledge that this country can withstand these threats only because of its secular democratic governing framework.
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Toon character grabs viewers’ attention 6.4.2009 Hindu: Other States
Two more news channels join the fray
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TEST TRACK 6.4.2009 Hindu:Education Plus: Bangalore
The Department of Commerce and Management Studies (DCMS) under the University of Calicut has invited applications for an entrance test to be held in May 2009 at Kozhikode, Thrissur, Ernakulam, Thiruvananthapuram and Kannur for admission to the ...
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Can you make the grade? 6.4.2009 Hindu:Education Plus: Bangalore
MCAT scores are crucial for joining U.S. medical schools
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