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    Indian goods: Karzai to raise issue with Pakistan
    NEW DELHI, FEB. 24. The Afghan President, Hamid Karzai, today said that he would raise with Pakistan the issue of Indian goods being able to enter Afghanistan through Pakistan. Mr. Karzai told the Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh, that he would ...

    Photo electoral rolls before next polls
    NEW DELHI, FEB. 24. The Election Commission has decided to introduce photo electoral rolls to prevent bogus voting and rigging. These will be used for the next general elections. Addressing a conference of Chief Electoral Officers of ...

    Tough job for Government as Budget session begins
    NEW DELHI, FEB. 24. The Budget session of Parliament begins tomorrow. The United Progressive Alliance (UPA) Government is facing the difficult task of managing contradictions that arise primarily due to differences with the supporting Left ...

    COUNTDOWN TO BUDGET
    Special attention likely on agriculture, irrigation
    NEW DELHI, FEB. 24.When the Finance Minister, P. Chidambaram, arrived in Krishi Bhavan earlier this month to discuss the coming budget with the Agriculture and Food Minister, Sharad Pawar, many took it as a signal that allocation to the ...

    No plan to curtail defence spending: Pranab
    NEW DELHI, FEB.24. The United Progressive Alliance (UPA) Government today indicated that it had no intention to slash the outlay for the defence sector in the Budget. Conveying this, the Defence Minister, Pranab Mukherjee, told the leaders of the ...

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