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Kalam: cardiac care calls for continuous upgrading
Doctors should promote healthy lifestyle intervention approach

Azad's stand on Afzal criticised
Those responsible for violence must not be spared: Mangat Ram Sharma

When Lok Adalats can't pass orders
If no settlement is arrived at: court

CPI: Clarify decision to block Chinese firms
Transparency needed on bids

Madurai-based NGO building houses for quake-hit in J&K
Help a Child of India has so far built 150 seismic-proof concrete houses

Islamabad offer on terror assailed
Against international practice: BJP

India awaiting response from Myanmar on bus service: Minister
External Affairs Ministry has agreed in principle to the plan

BJP opposes any pardon to Afzal
An attack on sovereignty, democracy

"Consensus needed to take reforms ahead"
Manmohan Singh spells out rationale for next qualitative step

Academies suggest ways to boost B.Sc. students' morale
Plan is to open engineering schools to offer post-B.Sc, B.Tech., M.Tech. degrees

Year of more crop per drop
M.S. Swaminathan's idea for 2007-08

We have challenged the global order: Manmohan
ON BOARD PRIME MINISTER'S AIRCRAFT: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said on Tuesday that the candidature of Shashi Tharoor for the post of United Nations Secretary-General showed that "India is ready to assume its rightful role in the management of ...

Combat aircraft will be upgraded
Army still short of officers: Pranab

Convene all-party meet on SEZs: Yadav
Policy threatens food security and livelihood of farmers, he says

A Foreign Minister shortly
ON BOARD PRIME MINISTER'S AIRCRAFT: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh restated on Tuesday that he would fill the vacancies in his Cabinet "very shortly." Asked when the country was going to get a new Foreign Minister, Dr. Singh acknowledged that ...

Rs.18-lakh trade through Nathu La
The pass, reopened after 44 years on July 6, has been closed for winter

Lal Bahadur Shastri's sons criticise Centre
Accuse it of showing little interest in their father's birth centenary

UNI staff stage dharna in Delhi
Protesters oppose Subhash Chandra's presence at the agency office

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