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Sunday, November 12, 2006
Indian troops in Siachen ready for harsh winter
For soldiers guarding the icy peaks, it is business as usual
Sikhs happy with Pakistan's arrangements
`There is deep affection between peoples despite 60 years of irritations'
`India believes in Panchsheel'
NEW DELHI: "Our foreign policy is based on the principles of Panchsheel and non-alignment. We firmly believe in democracy and human rights," External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee said on Friday night. Constructive ...
Right to Education Bill sought
NEW DELHI: The National Alliance for Right to Education and Equity (NAFRE) on Saturday reiterated its demand for enactment of the Fundamental Right to Education Bill, while the People's Campaign for Common School System emphasised the need for ...
"Multinationals dispossessing people"
Civil society groups to join hands to resist anti-people government policies
Pakistani national arrested
THRISSUR: Mohammedali, 49, a Pakistani national, was arrested on Saturday from Andathodu near Thangalppadi in Thrissur district of Kerala. Passports seized Police seized Indian and Pakistan passports possessed ...
Sharad Pawar undergoes angioplasty
NEW DELHI: Union Agriculture Minister Sharad Pawar underwent angioplasty at the Escorts Heart Institute and Research Centre here on Saturday. Doctors claimed that he was progressing well. "Mr. Pawar had been brought to the hospital for ...
Sonia: India, a truly pluralistic society
Inaugurates Festival of India at Brussels
Lalu wants to become Prime Minister
NEW DELHI: Rashtriya Janata Dal chief Lalu Prasad, who has received copious praise of late for his performance as Railway Minister, says he would for sure like to become Prime Minister. ``Haan banna hai... pacca banna hai... bina jhagra jhanjhat ...
Consumer panel's fiat to banks
`Give credit as soon as a cheque is presented for local clearance'
Visa denial frowned upon
LAHORE: The Pakistan Social Forum (PSF) on Friday condemned the Indian Government for denying them visas to attend the India Social Forum gathering in New Delhi. The Indian High Commission in Islamabad said it had issued more than 200 visas ...
Mayawati woos Brahmins
LUCKNOW: Once dubbed "Manuvadis," the Brahmins have become the most sought-after vote bank for the Bahujan Samaj Party. On Saturday, BSP supremo Mayawati unveiled her agenda of a Brahmin-Dalit alliance, whose basic objective is to win over the ...
Government will complete its full term: Kumaraswamy
"There will not be any problem at all from my side"
Battle over irrigation water resumes
Farmers' sit-ins planned in major agricultural towns in Sriganganagar district
Left hold over JNU continues
Tyler Williams becomes first foreign student to win a place on central panel
`Guruji' for `desi' content in the Web
Brainchild of two IIT-Delhi graduates
Mayawati must apologise: Minister
Remarks on Muslims spark protests
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