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Sunday, July 30, 2006
Nuclear deal: Bush administration to work with Congress, to address concerns
This is the text of the U.S. Statement of Administration Policy on the nuclear cooperation Bill: H.R. 5682 - United States and India Nuclear Cooperation Promotion Act of 2006 (Rep. Hyde (R) IL and 35 cosponsors) The Administration ...
M.A. Chidambaram was a `multi-faceted personality'
A genuine all-rounder who bowled his heart out for his country, says Pawar
Live up to people's expectations, President tells judiciary
With the Jammu and Kashmir High Court set to have zero pendency by 2008, it is a great role model for the country
No fresh outbreak of bird flu: Pawar
Meet resolves for better coordination
Core groups to look into problems of film industry
Issues relating to export of films, piracy and film exhibition will be addressed
ISRO chief says an Aeronautics Commission is needed
`There is an acute shortage of specialists'
Microsoft ready to give up the PC `mindset'
Microsoft visionary sees computer replaced by handy Net devices
Shunglu panel findings on Narmada dam displaced questioned
It did not take into account submissions made by the NBA on rehabilitation
Energy from space to be explored
Chandrayaan not just to land man on the moon
Women, girl children bear the brunt
2 million women infected with HIV in India
A.P. job scheme sets an example
Transparency in issuance of job cards and payment of wages
India, Bhutan sign hydel pact
NEW DELHI: India and Bhutan on Friday entered into an agreement for long-term cooperation in the field of hydel power and also inked another protocol document for the purchase of power generated by the 1,020 MW Tala hydel project. The documents ...
Fencing will be over by December, Centre tells Assam
Meet reviews implementation of Accord
Rajmata's grandchildren raise palace issue
Two uncles accused of depriving them inheritance
Supreme Court deplores the tendency to turn civil cases into criminal ones
Such efforts should be discouraged, judiciary told
Live operative workshop on robotic surgery
NEW DELHI: The All-India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) here is organising a two-day international live operative workshop on "Robotic Urologic Surgery" beginning on July 31. Mani Menon of Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, a pioneer in ...
Bhutan King meets Manmohan Singh
Agreement signed for long-term cooperation in the field of hydel power
Court gives ultimatum to Bharti Yadav
Will be declared "proclaimed offender" if she fails to appear before it on September 28
I wish to be remembered as a human being: Kalam
``I realise our children have a dream''
Evidence of Pakistan's role strong: Narayanan
As and when we are ready with all facts and evidence, we will do it, he tells Richard Boucher
Congress, Left parties alienated Muslims : BJP
"These parties emotionally exploited the minorities"
"General category post cannot be made reserved"
NEW DELHI: A post in the "general category" cannot be converted into the "reserved category" to the detriment of a meritorious candidate eligible for promotion to that post, the Supreme Court has held. A Bench of Justice S.B. Sinha and Justice ...
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