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    MoU for cooperation in oil and natural gas, six other agreements signed

    Maoists soften stance in Nepal
    But warn parties against delay

    Condition of Mahajan stable
    MUMBAI: There has been no change in the condition of Bharatiya Janata Party general secretary Pramod Mahajan as he continues to be "critical and stable." He is still on external life support system at the Hinduja Hospital here after sustaining ...

    Indian on skis at North Pole
    NEW DELHI: Adventure sports enthusiast Ajeet Bajaj on Wednesday became the first Indian to ski to the North Pole when his expedition reached the frozen destination. Mr. Bajaj, who has been involved with adventure tourism for over 20 years, ...

    Sri Lanka defends air strikes
    Unofficial figures put casualties in deterrent strikes at 12

    Delhi medical students protest against quota
    ``27% reservation plan for OBCs will compromise quality of health professionals''

    Parthi Bhatol elected successor to Verghese Kurien
    Four GCMMF board members stage walkout, allege Government interference

    Students land a 'summer job'
    PONDICHERRY: : A bunch of students in the Cassicade constituency have a different kind of "summer job" this time. The Congress candidate has roped in these students, all aged below 18, for gathering basic statistics for his electioneering. ...

    Apex Court upholds COFEPOSA order against Dinakaran
    Bench says allegations against the AIADMK MP are of serious nature

    Jamaat, PDP have never supported IUML: Ahamed
    Says unpublished report of Marad panel aimed at defaming IUML

    State to press for final order on Cauvery dispute
    Chief Minister to lead delegation to Manmohan Singh

    IIT ruled out at Basar, says YSR
    Cites the changed policy of the Union Government as the reason

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