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Runaway judiciary 28.11.2008 The Statesman
Runaway judiciary
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England insist India Test series will go ahead 28.11.2008 The Guardian -- World Latest
England's cricket team will fly back to London from India tomorrow but will return to play their two-match Test series early next month. The two remaining matches in their one-day series against India have been postponed and the England development squad, a second string that had also been touring the country, will come home immediately in the wake of the Mumbai attacks. The players will return to India with enhanced security for the Test series. The first Test is scheduled to start on December 11 in Ahmedabad in north-west India. The second Test, which starts on December 18, was due to be played in Mumbai, and the England team were due to stay at the Taj Mahal hotel, scene of the worst terrorist attack; in fact much of England's kit for the ...
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Cricket: England's well-paid professionals should continue their tour of India 28.11.2008 The Guardian -- World Latest
It looks as if common sense has prevailed over hysteria. As things stand, the two match will go ahead as planned, although the venues, both of them, may well change. If nothing else, it demonstrates solidarity with the Indian people, who, if they see it this way, one hopes would respond by turning up to the games. There is a suspicion that pressure was applied to the England and Wales Cricket Board by Lalit Modi's announcement, even while discussions were still progressing within the team environment, that the Tests were going ahead as planned with the full agreement of the ECB hierarchy. Was that brinkmanship or had there indeed been an agreement, the later discussion addressing whether the team approved? However, it is to be hoped, given the ...
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Drinking water is highly contaminated, says study 28.11.2008 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Workshop on water quality begins in Krishnagiri
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STUDYING ABROAD 27.11.2008 Deccan Herald
STUDYING ABROAD
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HC rejects PIL against BPSC PT results 27.11.2008 TOI: Cities
The Patna HC dismissed a PIL seeking scrapping of a list of 19,000 preliminary test qualifiers for the Bihar Administrative Service.
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CET to be spread over two days, counselling to be decentralised 27.11.2008 Hindu: Front Page
KEA to meet representatives of private colleges in the first week of December
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Cloning: saving the endangered species 27.11.2008 Hindu: Science & Technology
By having exploited the earth’s resources in unbridled manner, for our needs (and greed), we have placed the numbers and very existence of several other life forms in jeopardy. We have aggrandized more land, used up more water, exploited ...
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Care for all via telemedicine 26.11.2008 New Indian Express
Care for all via telemedicine
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'Barcode chip' developed for cheap, fast blood tests 26.11.2008 New Kerala: World News
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Guardian Daily podcast: Thinktank’s grim forecast for UK economy; plus ethics row over HIV tests 26.11.2008 The Guardian -- World Latest
MPs debate Alistair Darling's pre-budget report today. Petar Vujanovic of the OECD explains why the leading economic thinktank predicts that the recession will be deeper in the UK than in other developed countries. Health editor Sarah Boseley assesses proposals by the World Health Organisation to test everybody for HIV in areas of the world worst affected by Aids, such as sub-Saharan Africa. Government advisors unveil plans today for towns that could be built on flood plains. Robert Booth explains how they say it could be done. Moscow correspondent Luke Harding describes chaotic scenes at the military court where three men are on trial for conspiracy in the murder of journalist Anna Politkovskaya. Simon Hoggart , the Guardian's ...
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Patna HC clears decks for appointment of SIs in Bihar 26.11.2008 Hindu: Breaking News
Patna HC clears decks for appointment of SIs in Bihar
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US finds trace of melamine in baby formula 26.11.2008 TOI: The United States
US health officials have found trace amounts of the chemical melamine in one sample of infant formula sold in the United States, a Food and Drug Administration spokeswoman said.
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Top order needs to fire, says Shah 26.11.2008 Deccan Herald
Top order needs to fire, says Shah
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NLSUI RESULTS 26.11.2008 Deccan Herald
NLSUI RESULTS
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Kid's dengue: Yes to no in a day 26.11.2008 Telegraph: Calcutta
The father of a five-and-a-half-year-old girl has written to the state health department alleging that one of the two diagnostic centres that tested his daughter's blood samples for dengue within 24 hours of each other had given a false report.
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Ken Gude: Transferring Bin Laden's driver from Guantánamo to Yemen is a test case 26.11.2008 The Guardian -- World Latest
Ken Gude: The transfer of Salim Ahmed Hamdan to Yemen could be a catalyst for resolving the fate of other Guantánamo detainees

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Now, cyberchondriacs 26.11.2008 Hindu: International
Medical web searches may be adding to patient worries
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Results published 25.11.2008 New Indian Express
Results published
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AT A GLANCE 25.11.2008 Deccan Herald
AT A GLANCE
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