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Wednesday, July 05, 2006
Sonia calls meeting of Congress CMs on price escalation
They will explain problems to Central leadership
Rain brings Mumbai to a halt, rescue teams deployed
South Mumbai receives more rain, arterial roads clogged, power supply shut down, suburban rail services affected
GSLV ready for lift-off on July 10
It will place INSAT-4C in orbit
Gerhard Fischer passes away
He helped to set up IIT-Madras
Vidharbha package a lollipop: BJP
"It does not address core issues leading to suicides by cotton farmers"
Lalu inks MoU in Italy
NEW DELHI: India and Italy have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to pave the way for forming a joint working group that will identify railway projects of mutual interest. Railways Minister Lalu Prasad, who is on a visit to Italy and ...
Hizb-ul-Mujahideen divisional commander arrested
Hizb terror cell was directly responsible for 12 murders in Badgam and Srinagar between March, 2005, and May, 2006
Plea on Patiala self-immolation dismissed
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Tuesday rejected a public interest litigation petition seeking a direction to the Union and Punjab Governments to investigate the self-immolation of a hawker in Patiala in January. Many television channels had ...
Reservation will not lower academic standards: Arjun
KOLKATA: Merit has nothing to do with caste or class, said Union Minister for Human Resource Development Arjun Singh. "It will be wrong to presume that just because the Other Backward Classes (OBC) were getting admission, the status [of premier ...
Nuns, priests cannot enrol as advocates: Bar Council
Special Leave Petitions against Kerala High Court verdict admitted
Geelani refuses to accept Jamat-e-Islami's order
Asked to disassociate from Tehreek-e-Hurriyat
Supreme Court orders status quo on perks for disqualified BSP MLAs
Larger Bench to hear plea against Speaker's order
Move to raise retirement age
For teachers in Central universities
FIRST IN THE COUNTRY
Krishna Collectorate gets ISO-9001 certification
VIJAYAWADA: The Krishna Collectorate in Machilipatnam has become the first in the country to secure ISO 9001-2000 certification. This was communicated to Collector Navin Mittal by the British Standards Institute (BSI) on Tuesday. "Continuous ...
Clock ticking for old Windows
BANGALORE: The clock has started ticking for thousands of personal computer users in India who are still using the older versions of the Windows software. Microsoft will "retire" public as well as technical support, including crucial security ...
Five held in NRI murder case
All are members of a parivar and have "confessed" to their crime
Outsourcing: bank staff plan strike
Employees to strike work on August 1
Steel structure at Ayodhya opposed
Muslim Board to file counter in apex court
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