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Syllabi review in 8-10 days: Arjun Singh
LONDON, MAY 31. Accusing the previous National Democratic Alliance Government of "large-scale tampering" with the education curriculum, the Human Resource Development Minister, Arjun Singh, has said the Manmohan Singh Government would review the ...

Fresh dates for talks being worked out: Shashank
NEW DELHI, MAY 31. India and Pakistan are working out fresh dates for the deferred expert-level meeting on nuclear confidence-building measures. ``We have to exchange dates with the Pakistan Government,'' the Foreign Secretary, Shashank, told ...

India, U.S. defence group meet begins today
NEW DELHI, MAY 31.The three-day Indo-U.S. Defence Policy Group (DPG) meeting will begin here tomorrow to discuss the entire gamut of bilateral relations including strategic issues, joint exercises, training and acquisition, an official news ...

BJP misleading the nation: Congress
NEW DELHI, MAY 31. The Congress today accused the Bharatiya Janata Party of "misleading the nation" with its repeated statements challenging the mandate of the people in the 14th Lok Sabha elections. Reacting to the former Deputy Prime ...

We expect BJP to cooperate, says Azad
New Delhi. May 31. The Parliamentary Affairs Minister, Ghulam Nabi Azad, has said that the Government expected the Bharatiya Janata Party to reciprocate its gesture of offering the post of Deputy Speaker to the Opposition. "We expect them to ...

No cut in fertilizer subsidies, says Paswan
NEW DELHI, MAY 31.The Union Minister for Chemicals and Fertilizers, Ram Vilas Paswan, today ruled out withdrawal or cut in fertilizer subsidies saying that farmers will not be allowed to suffer. "The Government will not make any cut in the ...

Our job is to promote Internet use: Dayanidhi Maran
CHENNAI, MAY 31. Bridging the digital divide between urban and rural areas, penetration and encouragement of direct use of personal computers (PCs) among villagers, and launching of a free mail server — `India Mail Dot in', on the lines of ...

Don't victimise Fernandes, says Samajwadi Party
NEW DELHI, MAY 31.The Samajwadi Party today came out in support of the former Defence Minister, George Fernandes, two days after the Government indicated its resolve to further inquire into the Tehelka expose. The party cautioned the new ...

Treaties for avoidance of double taxation will prevail: court
NEW DELHI, MAY 31. The Supreme Court has held that treaties for the avoidance of double taxation between India and other countries will prevail over the provisions of the Income Tax Act. Thus, the court said, that the Malaysian income derived by ...

TRAI sets the ball rolling for new policy on spectrum
NEW DELHI, MAY 31. The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) today set the ball rolling for a new policy on spectrum, a controversial issue that has caused divisions within the telecom service industry. The demand on spectrum has ...

India condemns Al Khobar killings
NEW DELHI, MAY 31. The Foreign Secretary, Shashank, said today that India was "studying the situation very carefully and would be taking action" when asked about the terrorist attack in Al Khobar, Saudi Arabia, in which 22 persons, including ...

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