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Wednesday, November 29, 2006
Petrol, diesel prices may be cut today
Sonia suggests that Government pass on the benefit of lower international oil prices to the consumer
Left parties oppose Wal-Mart entry
`It will displace unorganised retailers'
Atrocities on Dalits: Manmohan urged to convene meet
Brinda Karat raises Khairlangi killing
Entry will be examined, says Kamal Nath
NEW DELHI: Commerce and Industry Minister Kamal Nath on Tuesday declared that the entry of Wal-Mart into the Indian market in a tie-up with the Bharti group would be examined to ensure that it adhered to permissible limits on foreign ...
Kerala tourists injured in grenade attack near Gulmarg
SRINAGAR: Ten persons, including five tourists, were injured in a grenade attack in Gulmarg, Jammu and Kashmir, on Wednesday. No militant outfit has so far claimed responsibility. Police sources said the tourists from Kerala were on their way ...
"New air defence capability a milestone"
CHENNAI: The demonstration on Monday of India's capability of air defence against ballistic missiles, with one Prithvi-II intercepting and destroying another, is "a milestone," according to Avinash Chander, Director, Advanced Systems Laboratory ...
Bhardwaj lists steps to clear backlog of cases
More judges, starting evening shifts are among them
Karunanidhi leaves for New Delhi
To hold talks with Achuthanandan
Experts call for deeper energy links between South and Central Asia
"Pipelines should carry energy, not project power"
Kerala floats another proposal on dam
On the eve of talks on Mullaperiyar
State aid no plea to interfere with minority colleges: court
Receipt of aid does not alter the nature or character of the institution: Supreme Court
No question of joint patrolling, says India
Concern over civilian deaths in Sri Lanka
From anxiety to relief a range of emotions sweeps Sanjay Dutt
"He looked like a nervous child waiting for his exam results"
Suspicion no substitute for proof: apex court
Acquits man sentenced to death on charge of murdering wife
Siachen: Pakistan not for authenticating troop positions
NEW DELHI: Indicating its hesitation to authenticate troop positions at Siachen, Pakistan has asked India not to make it "do things which compromise our own position" and said that a way can be found around this pre-condition to demilitarise the ...
Consecutive sentences cannot exceed 14 years
20-year term against Section 31 Cr. PC: Supreme Court
President Hu's visit an important step forward, says Pranab
Early resolution of boundary issue will be pursued as strategic objective
Luxury vehicle to jail bus all in a day for Soren
NEW DELHI: Following his conviction in a murder case here on Tuesday, Union Minister Shibu Soren had to abandon his car with a flashing beacon light for a ramshackle bus of the Tihar Jail that broke down soon after the "VIP prisoner" boarded it. ...
Somnath restarts morning meetings
NEW DELHI: : Lok Sabha Speaker Somnath Chatterjee has restarted the practice of daily meetings with political leaders in his chamber before the House session begins, signalling some kind of rapprochement between the Opposition parties and the ...
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