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Friday, July 28, 2006
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He admits U.S. Bills contain elements that are of "concern to us"
U.S. House votes for nuclear deal
WASHINGTON: The United States House of Representatives on Thursday overwhelmingly voted for a legislation providing greater access of sensitive nuclear technology to India after defeating potential deal breaker amendments. The legislation, ...
Israel vows more airstrikes
Decision follows killing of nine Israeli soldiers by Hizbollah
Nuclear deal not a party issue, says Natwar
NEW DELHI: The civilian nuclear deal with the United States should not be treated as a party matter but as a national issue, the former External Affairs Minister, Natwar Singh said on Thursday. "This [civilian nuclear deal] is a national ...
CRPF to have intelligence wing
KOLKATA: The Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) will soon have an intelligence wing of its own, Additional Director General (Eastern Zone) N.R. Das said here on Thursday. "Our intelligence wing is in its formative stage and will be ...
Sever military ties with Israel: Karat
Lauds the brave resistance put up by the Lebanese people
Sri Lanka launches air strikes in north, east
The target is an illegal airstrip under construction by the LTTE
U.S. House rejects six amendments
``A tidal shift in ties between India and the U.S.''
COMMENT - CRICKET
To Sir, with love
Sir Garry Sobers, who turns 70 today, played his cricket with the inner harmony and electrifying intensity of a Vaslav Nijinsky on a dance floor, writes Nirmal Shekar
I am bewildered: Jaswant
Says sensationalism is not the purpose of his book
Fatwa against terror, advice from mahant
153 citizens, who lent a helping hand to victims of Mumbai serial blasts, honoured
Government to take over 65 per cent of seats in professional colleges
Private colleges can fill the remaining 35 per cent on their own, says Minister
ADDING VALUE TO THEIR LIVES
Narikoravas want to go the SHG way
TIRUNELVELI: Narikoravas (gypsies) from Pettai near here have evinced interest in developing their traditional `oosi- paasi' business, besides starting small business ventures with financial assistance from banks. A group led by Santhosh, ...
A species from the rainforests of Latin America
BPO firm employee held on charge of killing colleague
Police say Gururaj Kishore killed Tania after an argument
Rajya Sabha passes office of profit Bill
Government ready to set up committee, says Law Minister Bhardwaj
High Court to pass interim order on Act
Hearing on professional colleges case to continue before Division Bench today
Reserve forest under TTD mooted
State Cabinet decides to transfer control to Tirumala temple authority
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