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Sunday, October 15, 2006
Try harder for peace in Nagaland, Centre urged
Interim solution must be found: Neiphiu Rio
Commute death sentence: peace forum
"Worldwide, there is consensus against the penalty"
Portable office from phone-pc `sangam'
This Blackberry gels well with corporate networks
Web resource to spread literacy
Google, UNESCO and Frankfurt Book Fair join hands
There's help at hand!
BANGALORE: Using the iconic Blackberry is fast becoming a craze with the world's Young and Restless, Bold and Beautiful. In some countries, upwardly mobile professionals cannot keep their fingers away from their Blackberry keyboards as they ...
New version of `Net soft' phone
Enjoy free calling by watching videos
R&D work on Trishul missile to be stopped
`Focus on developing advanced Barak'
Medha calls for fight against SEZ policy
"The zones will hamper further the interests of the poor"
We must gain power in Delhi: Mayawati
Death for Afzal is too harsh, says Farooq
NEW DELHI: The former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Farooq Abdullah has said the death punishment to Mohammad Afzal, convicted in the Parliament attack case, is "too extreme," and fears for the life of the judges who have sentenced him. ...
Afzal finds solace in Koran
NEW DELHI: Mohammad Afzal Guru, sentenced to death in the Parliament attack case, has sought refuge in novels and scriptures in his cell in Tihar Jail here. "He asked for a few Urdu novels and a copy of the Koran, which have been provided," ...
Union Ministries yet to do activity mapping
Exercise for devolution to PRIs
Evolve guidelines, Kalam asks information panel
Information seekers under the RTI Act should know where to get information
Dalits embrace Buddhism, Christianity
NAGPUR: Hundreds of Dalits on Saturday embraced Buddhism and Christianity at a programme here, where copies of the Gujarat Government's anti-conversion Bill were burnt. Dalits from Orissa, Karnataka and Gujarat attended the programme held by ...
CHENNAI: Renowned musicologist and critic T.S. Parthasarathy, who has authored several books and done the complete works of saint-composer Thyagaraja in Tamil, died here on Friday. He was 93. Born on September 8, 1913, Mr. Parthasarathy was ...
Toughened by years of militancy
Having successfully resisted militancy, the committees are now encouraging men to return to work in Gulf countries
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