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Wednesday, May 11, 2005
Mirwaiz offers to quit for sake of unity
Suggests joint meeting between two factions
"Whatever is in the pipeline for Nepal cannot be held back"
U.S. has not taken a stand on India's U.N. bid, says Manmohan Singh
Weapons of Mass Destruction Bill
To further nuclear ties with Russia. The Bill seeks to prohibit individuals from dealing with WMDs in any form, including manufacturing, transporting, possessing, exporting and brokering
Uma Bharti likely to be accommodated in Delhi
NEW DELHI: The Bharatiya Janata Party has more or less made up its mind to set its house in order in Madhya Pradesh by sending general secretary Shivraj Singh Chauhan to Madhya Pradesh as the party's State unit president to replace the current ...
Special Economic Zone Bill passed
New law aims at boosting economic growth, exports and employment
Show-cause notice to Saptharishi
Government accuses senior IAS officer of violating service rules
Banish religion from politics, minorities panel urged
Need to accommodate people of divergent faiths
Fit for a monarch
BANGALORE: It may not be easy to lift this chair to sweep underneath. It weighs 315 kg and stands five feet tall. The solid silver chair is the largest such article made so far by Barton, Son and Co, Bangalore's oldest silversmiths who have ...
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