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Monday, October 04, 2004
Pakistani journalist team in Kashmir
WAGAH (AMRITSAR), OCT. 3. A 15-member delegation of Pakistani journalists today crossed over to India on its way to perhaps the first-ever visit to Jammu and Kashmir by a team of scribes from that country. ``This is for the first time after a gap ...
Doubts over reliability of economic data
NEW DELHI, OCT. 3. Is the Indian economy really growing at the rate which successive Governments have claimed? A Parliamentary Committee has raised doubts about the quality of data collected by the Central Statistical Organisation (CSO). In a ...
Heart transplants exemplify secularism: Kalam
CHENNAI, OCT. 3. The President, A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, on Saturday said medical advancements in heart transplants which brought together donors and recipients of different religions was a sterling example of secularism. Inaugurating the ...
Over 10 lakh workers deprived of EPF interest
NEW DELHI, OCT. 3.Confusion over the interest rate on the Employees Provident Fund has deprived over 10 lakh workers, who have quit or lost jobs, of their legitimate dues for the first five months of this fiscal. Interest has not been ...
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