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Lankan Naval men 'pelt stones, bottles' at Indian fishermen

Indian fishermen in more than 600 fishing boats returned without fishing at Rameswaram here after Sri Lankan Naval personnel allegedly pelted stones and bottles to prevent them from crossing the Inter

Chidambaram supporters celebrate court verdict, burst crackers

Congress workers in Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram's native district here on Saturday celebrated the Delhi court order rejecting a plea to make him an accused in the 2G case by bursting crackers.

Changing food habits hit growth of Mumbai dabbawalas


Craze for fast food and growing trend among the youngsters to eat out have led to near stagnation in the customer base of famed Mumbai dabbawalas, who deliver lunch boxes to over two lakh Mumbaikars e

Five injured as mob hurls petrol bomb at bus

In a fresh incident of violence in the district, five pilgrims sustained minor injuries on Tuesday when a mob hurled a petrol bomb at their bus in Pattnamkathan.

Police said 50 people from Poosaripat

Man floats in sea for three hours holding tri-colour aloft

A 28-year-old man floated in the sea here for three hours holding the tri-colour aloft as part of celebrating the country's 65th independence day.

Rajendrakumar of Mandapam Fishermen Colony told the

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