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Friday, September 29, 2006
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"Jury still out on whether they promote growth"
Clearance for 31 more Special Economic Zones
South Korean steel giant Posco's investment plan in Orissa too gets the approval
Congress plea to Kalam on Madhya Pradesh order
Kalam urged to ask State Government to withdraw directive on RSS `shakhas'
Action against police personnel to be withdrawn
Security lapses during Kalam visit
TADA court convicts 1 more
He helped land explosives; five persons acquitted
``U.S. for rapid economic reform in India''
"Reforms at the macro level will be central to transforming into a superpower"
ICC clears Pakistan of ball-tampering charges
Inzamam banned for four ODIs for bringing the game into disrepute
At 33, a fighting Tendulkar is still surprising us
Tendulkar's true gifts lie in his mind, but it is his body which is the instrument of his genius, writes Rohit Brijnath
Another tough outing for Dmitry Tursunov
MUMBAI: Dmitry Tursunov's will to win came to the fore as he eked out a 6-7(5), 6-3, 6-4 victory over Kristian Pless of Denmark in the pre-quarterfinals of the $380,000 Kingfisher Airlines Tennis Open here on Thursday. The young Akash Wagh may ...
Rs. 2,717 cr. interest waiver proposed in farmers' package
It will enable interventions in raising irrigation potential, seed replacement
Paswan seeks ban on iron ore exports
`Fine quality iron ore is being exported to a country like China, which has huge iron ore reserves' Govt. to take a balanced decision on the issue
Political parties join protests over death for Mohammad Afzal
Separatists give call for general strike, demonstrations on Friday
Kalam wants LIC to go in for paperless policy documents
A micro insurance product Jeevan Madhur launched
Consulate unhelpful, say students in St. Petersburg
Demand for more security following murder not heeded
Supreme Court verdict on sealings today
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court will pronounce its verdict on Friday on a batch of petitions seeking a direction to stay the Centre's notification issued on September 7 and the Municipal Corporation of Delhi's notification issued on September 15 to ...
Recognition for courage and causes
Indian activist, Pentagon whistleblower, South American win `alternative Nobels'
Lorry crew held after midnight chase
Drunk cleaner was at the wheel
Chaturvedi calls for probity and ethics in public life
`Bureaucracy has to be immunised from politicisation'
MiG-29 crashes in Ambala
Pilot ejects out to safety; dozen persons were working on paddy fields
Bench puts off hearing in Pappapatti case
Heated arguments witnessed
Panchayati raj useful to Sri Lanka: Aiyar
``It provides a mechanism for devolution from the Centre to people at local levels''
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