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India,GCC to sign comprehensive economic pact next year
GCC countries are looking at profitable investments in Asia, including India

Even advisory posts are offices of profit: EC
Commission order in Jaya Bachchan case lays down five criteria

End sit-in, Sonia tells partymen
NEW DELHI: Congress president Sonia Gandhi appealed to her party workers on Saturday to end the sit-in they were staging outside her 10 Janpath residence since her resignation from the Lok Sabha on Thursday. Senior party leaders Ahmed Patel, ...

Early meeting of India-Iran Joint Commission favoured
Iranian Vice-President calls on Manmohan Singh

India can achieve 10 per cent growth, says ADB president
"It should pay attention to economic reforms and infrastructure"

"Sonia's decision politically correct"
"Jayalalithaa's statement reveals her pathological hatred for Sonia Gandhi"

BSP breakaway faction to elect new leader
I am not in the race, says Yaqoob Qureshi

Sen: premature privatisation in education
NEW DELHI: Dissatisfied with the country's progress in education and health, Nobel laureate Amartya Sen said on Saturday that privatisation had been brought in prematurely in these two fields. Prof. Sen said the country "lacks in health and ...

Jammu & Kashmir Government orders release of 40 detenus
Eight walk free from jail on the outskirts of Jammu

Parties vie to woo tea workers in Assam
Hunger-stricken workers are in no mood to be taken in by their promises

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