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SAHMAT flays `unofficial' ban on `Fanaa'
"Censorship of culture by a motivated handful "

Manmohan's initiatives lauded
Look at Kashmir beyond Centre-State ties: Mehbooba

Medha condemns `violent nature' of Gujarat politics
MUMBAI: Narmada Bachao Andolan leader Medha Patkar on Friday condemned the `violent nature of Gujarat politics' resulting in the blocking of the Aamir Khan film, Fanaa in the state. Talking to reporters at Azad Maidan, Ms. Patkar said ...

"Tell all job scheme is Congress brainchild"
Propagate this message among people, Manmohan and Sonia urge partymen

End strike, NHRC asks medicos
It expresses concern over denial of healthcare to the sick

ICAR pact with ICRISAT for farm research in dryland areas
It will benefit dryland farmers by improving productivity of rain-fed crops

Demonstration against killing of tourists
VHP, Bajrang Dal warn of agitation

Threat to boycott products endorsed by Aamir Khan
Appeal to agencies not to release advertisements featuring the actor

Medicos continue anti-quota stir
Operation theatres closed for some time in RML Hospital

Mirwaiz calls it a seminar
Condemns attack on tourists

Focus on research, M.G.K. Menon to IITs
Advocates cooperative programmes

New media alliance formed
It will be a one-stop, unique solution for advertisers

Netaji kin want UPA to reverse decision on panel report
Want Centre to secure documents from U.K., Russia

Tarigami calls for peace zones
Outlines strategy for peace in Kashmir

Norm on government stake in captive power firms may go
Policy decision soon, says Sushil Kumar Shinde

Aerobridges: CPI(M) seeks clarification
AAI rejects Chinese company's bid on security ground

West Bengal's image will not suffer: Biman Bose
Protest against Tata officials will not send any wrong signal

Indian accountants to meet new global standards
CAs to further sharpen skills of "communication, presentation"

Another first: Kalam to fly in fighter aircraft
NEW DELHI: President A. P. J. Abdul Kalam would be flying in an aircraft belonging to one of the most decorated squadrons of the Indian Air Force (IAF), it was officially announced here on Friday. A sortie will be conducted on June 8 for Mr. ...

Hitch in sending back Pakistani fishermen by rail
They will be sent by road from Jodhpur to Attari border for deportation.

Amid protests and ban, the show goes on
After a great deal of controversy, it's an eventful Friday as "Fanaa" and "The Da Vinci Code" hit the screen

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