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Friday, May 13, 2005
Somnath's call to apex court
"Legislatures are supreme within their own spheres"
Ties with Pakistan vital, says Manmohan
NEW DELHI: The Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh, on Thursday told the Lok Sabha that his Government attached great importance to normalisation of relations with Pakistan and that it sincerely desired to find mutually acceptable solutions to all ...
India's decision shocking: Nepal parties
No change in the situation since the February 1 coup, say leaders
A.P., Maharashtra in water dispute
Dozen barrages being built across Godavari; YSR reviews situation
I did not mobilise "kar sevaks": Kalyan Singh
NEW DELHI: The former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Kalyan Singh, on Thursday told the Liberhan Commission that he was ``morally bound'' by the BJP's 1989 Palampur Resolution to speak about the temple movement but was not involved in ...
GoM favours facsimile editions of foreign newspapers in India
Clears proposal for foreign institutional investors to buy stakes in print media companies within 26 per cent ceiling
Disaster Management Bill introduced in Rajya Sabha
Proposal to integrate disaster management with development
Lahoti unveils plan for speedy disposal of cases
Information, communication technology to be put to use
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