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Saturday, September 09, 2006
Bodies of 46 miners recovered from colliery
50 were trapped 200 metres underground since Wednesday night
E-mails come in handy for Maoists
Technological advances have come as a morale booster
Experts moot tribal development authority for Jarawas
"Intervention should be limited to health, food security and should be guided by experts"
Advani: BJP responsible for Manmohan's statement
"It is a comedown from the Government's earlier stand on nuclear deal"
Ex-police official's petition dismissed
Asked to approach Allahabad High Court
Manmohan appeals for calm
Blasts are an attempt to disturb communal harmony: Shivraj Patil
Protest against GE brinjal field trials
"Tests can cause contamination"
Let House panel probe agrarian crisis: BJP
National policy, above party considerations, ought to be evolved
Army deployed for rescue work in two Gujarat districts
20 villages submerged in Sabarmati floodwaters
Gujarat riots, terror attacks unrelated: Modi
`Graver attacks occurred before carnage in State'
Attacks will continue till Pakistan is controlled: Vajpayee
DEHRA DUN: : Terror attacks in India will continue till Pakistan is controlled, the former Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, said here on Friday while referring to the Malegaon attack in Maharashtra. He demanded that the Government strengthen ...
Deal with terrorism substantively: Saran
Dialogue process difficult otherwise
Chidambaram hopeful of 8% growth
NEW DELHI: Confident of maintaining an average eight per cent growth rate for the economy, Finance Minister P. Chidambaram on Friday said inflation would be contained between 4.5 and 5 per cent to prevent further strains on the common man. ...
No option but to recite their prayers at home
MUMBAI: On a normal day, the Muslims of Malegaon would have observed Shab-e-Barat by first cleaning and decorating the graves of their loved ones and then spending the night at the graveyard reading out the special prayers for the occasion. This ...
Kalyan Singh to start campaign with Ayodhya visit
DEHRA DUN: The Bharatiya Janata Party's election campaign in Uttar Pradesh is all set to start on September 26 when Kalyan Singh, BJP in-charge of the State's political affairs, will visit Ayodhya. The former Chief Minister said that while the ...
Partial lunar eclipse attracts interest
NEW DELHI: India, among many other countries, witnessed a partial lunar eclipse that lasted more than 90 minutes on Thursday night, spanning into Friday. The celestial phenomenon attracted considerable attention from star-gazers. The clear ...
Relatives hasten to bury the dead
MALEGAON: The staff of the Wadia hospital in Malegaon, where most of the injured in the bomb blasts were brought on Friday, was struggling to cope with the crowds on the premises. Relatives of the victims were pressuring the staff to finish the ...
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