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    ``Full efforts to resolve problems with Pakistan''
    Prime Minister welcomes Musharraf's Kashmir proposal

    Karat favours graded policy where free power is given
    ``If Electricity Act is to be implemented, no State can give free power to farmers''

    Advani hopes India, Pakistan will create `new future'
    ``UPA Government continues to carry forward the agenda of peace''

    PETER ROEBUCK COLUMN
    India, SA take different routes
    If Chappell is prepared to learn he might last the distance

    Cuddalore fishermen back in business
    Recovery possible due to combined efforts by Government and NGOs: Collector

    HOCKEY
    India goes down meekly to Malaysia
    Kuala Lumpur: India slipped into the bizarre zone of defeat in a pathetic manner as a consequence of ineffective attack and inept defence against Malaysia in the Azlan Shah hockey tournament here. The 1-4 reverse represents the worst defeat for ...

    Exit polls: It's `no' to EU Constitution in France
    Rejection may trigger chain reaction in Europe

    Centre considering patenting Indian medicine
    CHENNAI: The Union Department of Science and Technology will look at patenting, standardising procedures and quality control for alternative (Indian) medicine, Secretary of the Department, V.S. Ramamoorthy, has said. "Alternative systems of ...

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