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Thursday, June 29, 2006
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Bill still has to be passed by Congress and Senate
"If you want to be treated like India, be like India"
WASHINGTON: Even as the landmark India-United States nuclear deal sailed through the 50-member International Relations Committee of the House of Representatives on Tuesday, supporters in the House termed it a defining moment in relations between ...
We did not own up to killing: LTTE
Anton Balasingham only regretted incident, spokesman tellsThe Hindu
BSF, BDR exchange fire
Dispute over plot of land along bank of Surama river
Les Bleus well and truly back; watch out Brazil
Vieira, Zidane and Ribery dazzle; it's the same old story for Spain
Sharapova gives Smashnova no chance
LONDON: At the highest levels in sport, sometimes you have to forget who you are to become who you want to be. A sort of self-inflicted temporary amnesia helps when your self-identity itself turns out to be mental excess baggage. Whether you ...
MBBS cut off marks drop by 12 points
"If Theni college gets approval, further drop in marks is expected"
Dhanapalan nominated to committee for identifying next Vice-Chancellor
Senate members protest against S.P. Thyagarajan chairing the meeting
CBI seeks documents on "kickbacks" in wheat deal
Uncovered while probing Iraq's oil-for-food programme
Wide fluctuations in share prices
MUMBAI: In highly volatile trading, the Bombay Stock Exchange benchmark Sensex made a smart recovery from the early sharp losses on good low-level buying but only to close 21.31 points lower at 10129.70 as select bluechip counters fell towards ...
Pawar to accompany Prime Minister to Vidarbha
A new rehabilitation package for distressed farmers in suicide-prone districts being finalised
Violence mars polling; two killed
Police open fire at several places; 68 per cent votes cast in first phase of PR polls
CoD to seek Interpol help to unravel data theft scam
Involvement of a syndicate in the racket not ruled out
V. P. Singh's claim laughable: Vajpayee
"Did not favour launch of a new party as alternative to the Congress"
20 per cent tax for air-conditioners
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Finance Minister T.M. Thomas Isaac announced an increase in the value-added tax for air-conditioners in the Assembly on Wednesday. Replying to the general debate on the revised Budget for the current year, the Minister said ...
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