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Saturday, November 18, 2006
Government welcomes Senate vote
Anything outside the joint statement unacceptable, says Sonia
Manmohan wants graft cases pursued vigorously
Says Government intended to bring in a Public Services Bill
India and Iran to revise liquefied natural gas deal
Two sides will "establish a formula" to finalise pricing
India to consider Iran's new LNG pricing formula
Tehran indicated that the earlier price offered by India was very low
Bid to bind New Delhi on Iran policy
Senator Tom Harkin moves amendment to bill passed on Friday
Bill not acceptable, says CPI(M)
NEW DELHI: The Communist Party of India (Marxist) on Friday said the Indo-U.S. nuclear deal Bill as passed by the Senate was not acceptable but it would await the process of reconciliation of the Bill in the U.S. Congress. General secretary ...
15 gunned down in family feuds
SITAPUR: Fifteen persons, including 9 women and children, were gunned down in Shankarpur and Israula villages of Sitapur district in Uttar Pradesh on Thursday night and early Friday. A visit to the villages by The Hindu team showed ...
Evolve norms on birthday ads., court tells Centre
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Friday asked the Centre to formulate guidelines to regulate placing of advertisements in newspapers by government departments on the occasion of birthdays of political leaders. A Bench comprising Chief Justice ...
Assam women for peace, development: Brinda Karat
Urges Union Government, ULFA to hold unconditional dialogue
Proper system in place to prevent defence leaks: Centre
MPs express concern over "deep penetration" of Ministry
Apollo to partner with Lanka Hospitals Corporation
CHENNAI: Apollo Hospitals Enterprise Ltd (AHEL) has entered into a partnership agreement with The Lanka Hospitals Corporation Ltd (LHCL) to enable licensing and support services between the two. The agreement follows the recommendations of the ...
Apex court defers decision on Shaukat Hussain's petition
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court has deferred its decision on a curative petition filed by Shaukat Hussain, who was sentenced for 10 years in the Parliament attack case, seeking reduction of the verdict. A Bench of Chief Justice Y.K. Sabharwal, ...
151 units sealed on Friday
NEW DELHI: : The Municipal Corporation of Delhi on Friday sealed 151 units, mostly shops dealing in motor parts, automobile oils and ball bearings, on Mayapuri Road and Hari Nagar in West zone. The drive, carried out in the presence of a large ...
Finalise rules on cola manufacture: court
Expert Committee to submit report in January next
Road traffic fatalities cross a lakh annually
Third Sunday of every November to be the day for remembering road traffic victims
Plea on delimitation rejected
Court tells the petitioner it is a political decision
A mechanical icon comes to life again
Beyer Garratt steam locomotive goes on a heritage run
H.K. Firodia awards for Jayant Narlikar, S.B. Bhoje
Mashelkar will present awards on November 20 in Pune
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