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    Chaos in medical admissions, says Supreme Court
    NEW DELHI, AUG. 25. The Supreme Court today indicated that next year's medical admissions across the country would be streamlined since this year there was total chaos. The Bench, comprising Justice Y.K. Sabharwal and Justice D.M. ...

    Manmohan may meet Bush, Blair
    NEW DELHI, AUG. 25.The Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh, is likely to meet the United States President, George W. Bush, on September 21 in New York, on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly session. Dr. Singh, who will stop for half ...

    BJP to launch nationwide campaign
    NEW DELHI, AUG. 25.In a bid to keep the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) Government under pressure on the "tainted" Ministers and Uma Bharti issues, the Bharatiya Janata Party today decided to launch a nationwide campaign. The BJP president, ...

    Did Bharti violate the Flag Code?
    NEW DELHI, AUG. 25. The former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister, Uma Bharti, who has been remanded to judicial custody in Hubli, Karnataka, on charges of rioting and attempted murder, might just have added to her legal woes by using the national ...

    Parliament session may conclude after approving Finance Bill
    NEW DELHI. AUG. 25. The Budget session of Parliament is likely to conclude prematurely after both the Houses go through the formality of approving the Finance Bill which will give effect to the taxation proposals of the Government. The ...

    Manmohan threw memorandum on table: Fernandes
    NEW DELHI, AUG. 25. Stung by their unproductive meeting with the Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh, on the Finance Bill, the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) has decided to meet here tomorrow morning to decide their future course of action. The ...

    NDA's list of objections to budget proposals
    NEW DELHI, AUG. 25.The suggestions and comments by the National Democratic Alliance to the Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh, today called for making the senior citizen savings scheme with a nine per cent interest rate tax free and restoring the 9.5 ...

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