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Saturday, August 27, 2005
Planned state violence: reports
High-level inquiry recommended into Honda-workers' dispute; call for tracing missing workers
Stockholm Water Prize for Sunita Narain
Water will define if we remain poor or become rich, says CSE Director
Implement report to arrest malnutrition deaths: High Court
Come out with time-bound plan, Maharashtra told The Central and State Governments should decide on the number of anganwadis needed to extend ICDS to cover all children.
Vested interests, political pulls hurting progress, says Ratan Tata
Behind-the-scenes manoeuvring against economic reforms renders policies toothless
Focus on reviving sick PSUs, says Karat
CPI(M) will welcome FDI in areas which create employment
Bank action ``unconstitutional''
Application rejection arbitrary, rules Supreme Court
We have a good understanding: Karat
Clarifies on joining coordination meetings; says security issues are being treated as `holy cows'
CBDT regrets `embarrassment'
NEW DELHI: The Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) in a statement on Friday regretted the "embarrassment'' caused to Finance Minister P. Chidambaram by their appointing his wife Nalini Chidambaram to appear in a case for the Income Tax ...
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