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System soon to ensure ryots get soft loans
NEW DELHI, JULY 27. A monitoring system will be set up to ensure that farmers get the direct benefit of lower interest rates on agricultural loans recently announced. There is a suggestion that on loans up to Rs. 2 lakhs the interest rate charged ...
BJP wants Law Commission to frame common civil code
CHENNAI, JULY 27.The Bharatiya Janata Party today suggested that the Law Commission be entrusted with the responsibility of framing a model common civil code, in the light of the recent observation of the Supreme Court. The party president, M. ...
Tohra elected SGPC chief again
CHANDIGARH, JULY 27.The Akali patriarch, G.S. Tohra, was today once again elected president of the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC), which manages historical shrines of the Sikh community and educational institutions and which is ...
SP a symbol of struggle against communalism, Amar Singh
BHOPAL, JULY 27. The Samajwadi Party had become a symbol of "the secular struggle against communalism" and anyone who tried to sideline it in the coming Assembly elections would only be helping the communal forces, its general secretary, Amar ...
'Hizb planning fidayeen attacks'
NEW DELHI, JULY 27. The Hizb-ul Mujahideen is planning to launch fidayeen (suicide squad) attacks on VVIPs. This came to light through a conversation intercepted by Military Intelligence recently. According to sources, the conversation of ...
L&T co-founder Holck-Larsen dead
MUMBAI, JULY 27. Henning Holck-Larsen, co-founder and chairman emeritus of India's largest engineering and construction conglomerate, Larsen & Toubro (L&T) Limited, passed away at the Breach Candy hospital here today after a brief illness. He was ...
Dialogue only way out, says Mufti
JAMMU, JULY 27. The Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister, Mufti Mohammad Sayeed, today stressed the importance of dialogue to bring lasting peace in the State. Speaking at a prize distribution ceremony of Kashmir Open 2003 Golf here this afternoon, ...
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  • Marriages are not a joyous occasion here
  • Digital document exchange Web-enabled
  • `Acrobat' specifications
  • Gold hallmarking to be made mandatory
  • SC rejects petition against actress
  • 'Musharraf keen on reviving cricket ties'
  • 'India can achieve wind power target'
  • Shammi Kapoor 'critical, but stable'
  • Robbery in train
  • Boycott issue: Cong. to work with other Opposition parties



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