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2004 promising to be creative, says Kalam
NEW DELHI, DEC. 31. The President, A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, has asked citizens to show courage of conviction and strength of character to overcome problems that stand in the way of transforming India into a developed nation. In a signed New Year ...
Congress trying for 'leaderless' front: BJP
NEW DELHI, DEC. 31.The Congress is trying to float a ``leaderless'' political front with ``no partners,'' the Bharatiya Janata Party spokesperson, Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi, said today. He described the political developments in Tamil Nadu as ...
Centre may denotify CAS
NEW DELHI, DEC. 31. Even as the Information and Broadcasting Ministry today made it clear that there was no going back on the conditional access system (CAS) as of now, the Minister, Ravi Shankar Prasad, has himself advised consumers not to buy ...
Improving healthcare, education will help economy: Lord Swraj Paul
CHENNAI, DEC. 31.India is the only country that can challenge China in the manufacturing sphere, asserts Lord Swraj Paul, a British entrepreneur of Indian origin with diverse interests. Lord Paul feels India and China are the only two nations ...
Lyngdoh unfazed
NEW DELHI, DEC. 31. Unfazed by the raging controversy over his description of politicians as the ``cancer'' without cure, the Chief Election Commissioner, J.M. Lyngdoh has stood by his remarks, saying that he was serious about what he had said. ...
Newspapers register 24 p.c. growth
NEW DELHI, DEC. 31.Challenges from the electronic media have in no way hampered the growth of the print media as newspapers registered an increase of more than 24 per cent in circulation, according to an official document. Against ...
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  • Tie-up with DMK possible: Congress
  • Gujarat riots were planned, says Amartya Sen
  • India proposes talks on more bus links
  • Israeli envoy calls on Swamy
  • China rules out sanctuary for Indian insurgents
  • Samjhauta Express from January 15



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