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Cabinet to discuss President's message
Resident doctors end agitation
Medical students, however, say they will continue the protest on the quota issue
Tourists attacked again
SRINAGAR: Twenty people were injured here on Wednesday in a grenade attack on two tourist buses from West Bengal. This is the third such incident since May 21. Police said militants hurled two grenades at the two buses at Dalgate around 5.40 ...
India, Pakistan agree on need to tackle terrorism
ISLAMABAD: India and Pakistan on Wednesday agreed on the need to take steps for a "complete elimination" of terrorism. A joint statement at the end of the two-day talks between Union Home Secretary V.K. Duggal and Pakistan Interior Secretary ...
Tamil Nadu suspends screening of The Da Vinci Code
CHENNAI: The Tamil Nadu Government has asked District Collectors and the Chennai Police Commissioner to suspend the screening of The Da Vinci Code . "The Government has taken cognizance of the various reports and complaints received from ...
69% quota made mandatory in private educational institutions
Decision "after careful consideration of the population in the respective categories"
Multiple Intelligence Camp conducted
Concepts to be integrated with syllabus
Curfew continues in Aligarh
Suspended SP asked to leave town ``with immediate effect''
Monsoon hits Mumbai 10 days early
Ratnagiri and surrounding areas get 637 mm rain in 24 hours
Further reform to focus on mining, power: FM
CSO's GDP figures for 2005-06 boosted by farm sector
New Delhi submits list of 35 wanted fugitives to Islamabad
"Home Secretary-level talks represented a sincere commitment to resolve all issues"
Monsoon fury unabated in State
Government announces assistance for fishermen and tribal people
Congress, JD(S) keeping fingers crossed
Both have fielded a fourth candidate in Thursday's elections to the Council
Job scheme: minorities panel seeks report
NEW DELHI: Taking suo motu cognisance of newspaper reports about Muslims being kept out of the purview of the National Rural Employment Guarantee Act in Gujarat, the National Commission for Minorities on Wednesday sought a full report ...
State to enact law on self-financing colleges
Senior lawyers to be consulted on bypassing the Supreme Court verdict
Rain round the corner, says weatherman
Showers could cover entire northwest India, from Rajasthan to Punjab, Haryana and U.P.
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