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Tuesday, October 17, 2006
Economics of agriculture needs to be improved
Manmohan calls for sustainable development
No final decision yet on OBC quota: affidavit
Centre also rules out reservation for Muslims
Pawar promises farmers subsidy to diversify
Lalu Prasad praised for taking up farmers' cause
Insurance cover for security forces likely
NEW DELHI: Union Home Minister Shivraj Patil on Monday said the Government was planning to introduce insurance cover for the security forces. Speaking at the 22nd Raising Day celebrations of the National Security Guard, Mr. Patil said a new ...
Panel to look into quota in private sector
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has constituted a coordination committee to look into the issue of the private sector's affirmative action in job reservation for the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes. The committee will take ...
"Panel report will be placed in House"
Dasmunsi's assurance on quota Bill
BJP criticises Farooq
NEW DELHI: As a former Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir, Farooq Abdullah should have known better than to talk "irresponsibly" about clemency for Mohammad Afzal Guru, facing a death sentence in the Parliament terrorist attack case, the ...
Weaving gifts for President
Weavers of Sualkuchi near Guwahati prepare for the Kalam's visit
Tribals overjoyed to see the first citizen in their village
Universities must focus on new studies, says Kalam
Cabinet nod for wage accord in PSUs
NEW DELHI: The Union Cabinet on Monday set in motion the process of new wage settlements for employees in Central public sector enterprises (CPSE), approving the policy guidelines to be followed by managements during negotiations with unions. ...
Barak is our best bet: Navy chief
"Unfair" to involve Sushil Kumar in commission payments
CBI being misused, says Fernandes
It's the agency which "dragged" Abdul Kalam into Barak controversy
Manmohan wrongly advised, says Bhagwat
LONDON: : The former Chief of the Naval Staff, Admiral Vishnu Bhagwat, has said Prime Minister Manmohan Singh was ``wrongly advised'' on middlemen in arms deals, and their presence is a dangerous trend. ``With all due respect to the Prime ...
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