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Tuesday, August 22, 2006
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Cabinet gives approval for Bill
Aruna Roy: don't mess with Information Act
Amendments put on the backburner in response to growing public opinion: sources
Ustad Bismillah Khan dies, aged 90
``He gave a new meaning to shehnai and did not go abroad in search of greener pastures''
The magic shehnai
Ustad Bismillah Khan (March 21, 1916-August 21, 2006) represented the bridge between classical music as nurtured in the royal courts and its popular version presented on proscenium stages of the world. His contributions were many. He elevated the ...
Genius in search of a true note
A tribute to shehnai maestro Ustad Bismillah Khan, 1916-2006
The maestro remembered
Film-maker Goutam Ghose on a moving interaction with the `Ustad'
The passing of a legend
A great shehnai player and a great human being
"He personified composite Indian culture"
NEW DELHI: The Union Cabinet, which met on Monday evening, mourned the death of shehnai maestro Ustad Bismillah Khan in Varanasi . Union Minister and Cabinet spokesperson Priyaranjan Dasmunsi, said the Cabinet meeting, chaired by Prime ...
Karunanidhi against one-upmanship in taking up Sri Lankan issue
"Will deprive us of moral ground to ask island Tamils to avoid internecine strife"
New facility tracks train movement
Alerts passengers on approaching stations
Supreme Court rejects petitions for cancelling bail to Lalu, Rabri
``PILs not meant to advance the political gain and also settle scores''
Ministry wants to sell residual stake in MUL
Schemes for revival of BHPV, Bharat Pumps
SOUTH ASIAN GAMES
Sharath guides India to gold
India prevails over Sri Lanka in the final
Oval decision drives Darrell Hair into a lonely corner
PCB Chairman vows team will never play under the umpire again but will complete the one-day assignment in England
No place for fundamentalist officials in the game
When an umpire guards only the rules and not its spirit, cricket is the greatest sufferer, writes Imran Khan
River linking can prevent floods as well as drought, says Kalam
President dedicates Upper Krishna Project to the nation
An opportunity lost
Why is BCCI so obsessed with foreigners, asks Makarand Waingankar
Anand reigns supreme
Mainz: Viswanathan Anand defeated Teimour Radjabov in both the games on Sunday to win the Chess Classic at Mainz for the sixth time. It was the seventh title in a row and ninth overall title for Anand in the Chess Classics held at Frankfurt and ...
Centre pulled up for delay in salary for AIIMS doctors
Strange you need Cabinet nod after we passed the order for salary payment: Supreme Court
Supreme Court chides Delhi Govt. for power muddle
"It seems the power crisis is the concern of the Court and not of the State... ."
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