Online edition of India's National Newspaper
Sunday, August 21, 2005
CTBT has no relevance for India, says Kalam
``We are a nuclear weapons State since 1998 and committed to nuclear disarmament''
Double power capacity: Manmohan
Bid to popularise non-conventional energy; target of adding 1,50,000 MW in 10 years
Hands off water, protesters tell World Bank president
They are against Bank's policies of privatisation through the back door
India's growth story, a policy model: Wolfowitz
`GDP growth can be pushed up to over eight per cent'
Kalam for indigenously developed jet airliner
Calls for a national aeronautics commission to plan, design and develop the aircraft
Arm-twisting intervention, says Bardhan
NEW DELHI: The Communist Party of India (CPI) has said that it will not stand in the way World Bank loans, but it was opposed to the conditions imposed as in the in the loan offer made to the Delhi Government for water sector ...
Norms for distribution of rice, wheat revised
No change in quota of foodgrains
Panchayat courts law being drafted
Rural people will be protected: Bhardwaj
Two new Bills sought for unorganised workers
To ensure effective implementation of social security schemes "The problem with the earlier Bill was that it transposed the conditions of the organised sector and did not deal with the social security aspect in a comprehensive manner."
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