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Friday, September 30, 2005
Strike a total success, claim trade union leaders
Normal life affected in West Bengal; shops, schools closed
A warning to UPA Government: Left
NEW DELHI: The Left parties on Thursday congratulated the working class all over the country for the response to the general strike called by trade unions and said it was a warning to the United Progressive Alliance Government which should ...
Iran policy was key to nuclear deal with U.S.
Burns' remarks hint at U. S. pressure in the run-up to the meeting
India's independent foreign policy affected: Karat
``A few days of sustained U.S. pressure has led the Government to cave in''
USS Chafee destroyer with a difference
A `day at sea' for the two navies off Goa for displaying their finest skills in ship handling and seamanship
Jacob Mathew is new INS president
BANGALORE: Jacob Mathew, Executive Editor, Malayala Manorama , Kottayam, was elected president, Indian Newspaper Society, for 2005-06 at its 66th Annual General Meeting held here on Thursday. Gulab Kothari (Rajasthan Patrika, Jaipur) ...
SOS children's village in Kashmir
The term `orphan' challenges a child's self-esteem: the Mufti
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