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Wednesday, November 01, 2006
"Disinvestment policy beyond judicial review"
Apex court upholds sale of five star hotel
Indira Gandhi Award for Javed Akhtar
He says India's secularism embarrasses Pakistan
New Naval Chief lists priorities
Maritime surveillance, connectivity between naval platforms are a few
Arms haul at Jorabat, ULFA man held
GUWAHATI: The Assam police have recovered a cache of arms, suspected to have come from Bangladesh, and arrested an ULFA activist and two others. The police said eight packets of plastic explosives, 15 Austrian grenades, nine M-20 pistols, 18 ...
Uttar Pradesh civic polls turn violent
Complaints of booth capturing, fake polling
IX Schedule overpopulated: counsel
Intention is to silence courts by putting any enactment in its bag
Azad has justified mercy for Afzal: BJP
NEW DELHI: The Bharatiya Janata Party has alleged that Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad tacitly supported a lesser sentence for Mohammad Afzal Guru, who has been awarded death in the Parliament House attack case. ``In his ...
"J&K known for communal harmony"
This light under attack: Madanjeet Singh
Chidambaram: time to reorder priorities in agriculture
NEW DELHI: Finance Minister P. Chidambaram on Tuesday said the time had come to "reorder our priorities" in agriculture and called for higher public investment, especially in irrigation, even if that meant scaling down some other ...
People have a big role, say Pakistan politicians
"India and Pakistan should also work to establish peace in Asia"
Bonhomie on border
Sanctity of LAC maintained
Delhi Corporation moves apex court
Those who filed affidavits should be allowed to run business, says application
Inspector for a day: a little boy's dream comes true
HYDERABAD: For eight-year-old Mahak Kothari who has been battling a life-threatening illness over a couple of years, it was a dream-come-true to "become" a police officer here on Tuesday. And for the Andhra Pradesh Police, it was a public ...
Rare planetary transit
It should not be seen with the naked eye
Poll violence: Uma Bharti calls off dharna
BHOPAL: Bharatiya Janshakti Party president Uma Bharti called off her dharna at Bada Malehra in Chhattarpur district in Madhya Pradesh on Tuesday evening. She went on dharna at the Malehra Police station around midnight protesting against a ...
Indian scientist develops solar vaccine cooler
Environment-friendly equipment will have significant applications in rural areas without electricity
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