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Friday, November 17, 2006
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Calls up Manmohan from Singapore
U.S. Senate passes amendment
WASHINGTON: : Raising hopes for the India-United States civilian nuclear deal, the Senate on Thursday took up for debate legislation to implement the pact, with many Senators backing it. The Senate adopted an amendment that seeks to limit the ...
All possible steps to provide relief to traders: Manmohan
Asks Home Ministry to submit note on giving more powers to Delhi Government
U.S. plans last big push in Iraq
Strategy to give Bush time to recover from poll drubbing
Rajapaksa renews call to LTTE
Budget envisages a 45 per cent hike in defence outlay
Sri Lanka peace process needs to be inclusive: Paul Murphy
Also, it is important to keep all lines of communication open: former British Minister
Peace treaty signing deferred in Nepal
Ceremony postponed to November 21
"Don't fall prey to LTTE misinformation"
Envoy presents note to Bar Association
Centre despatching essential commodities to Sri Lanka
Tamil finds a place as optional subject in Kendriya Vidyalaya
It will be taught thrice a week to students of VI to X standards
A stupendous achievement
Manoj, Shaibaaz felicitated for their feat
Federer, Nalbandian advance
SHANGHAI: Roger Federer reached the Masters Cup semifinals and helped defending champion David Nalbandian along with him. Nalbandian ousted Andy Roddick 6-2, 7-6(4) on Thursday for his first win of the round-robin stage. That assured Federer ...
Brilliant Randhawa in joint lead
Hong Kong: Jyoti Randhawa played a brilliant back nine to card a first round of six-under 64 and take a share of the lead at the $2 million UBS Hong Kong Open at the Fanling Country Club here on Thursday. The 34-year-old Indian began sedately ...
Saina storms into final; Kanetkar meets Lee
Penalty for fighting corrupt practices
Seizure of iron ore at Sandur is only the beginning, says Kumaraswamy
`Nobody is above the law, and officials are only doing their duty'
Mullaperiyar talks in Delhi on November 29
Tamil Nadu Minister faces people's ire
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