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Thursday, November 30, 2006
Table Forest Rights Bill: Left
Not to support Bill unless changes recommended by JPC are included
Manmohan Singh for a "paradigm shift" in disaster management
Says Government is committed to developing a robust disaster management system
Mamata warns of agitation against Tata group
Accuses West Bengal Government of "forcibly" acquiring land in Singur
Goethe-Institut for more cooperation with India
Future project is to bring planners, artists and intellectuals to focus on questions which concern development of cities
Congress, CPI (M) welcome cut in fuel prices
NEW DELHI: The Congress and the Communist Party of India (Marxist) on Wednesday welcomed the decision of the United Progressive Alliance Government to reduce the prices of petrol and diesel. The Congress said the decision to raise the prices ...
CBI registers case in Khairlanji killings
NEW DELHI: The Central Bureau of Investigation has registered a case on the Khairlanji killings in Maharashtra. A team of the agency will soon leave for the village in Bhandara district to investigate the alleged rape and killing of ...
Can lead knowledge revolution: Kalam
BHUBANESWAR: President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam on Wednesday stressed the need for establishing grids such as the knowledge grid, healthcare grid, e-governance grid and the PURA (Providing Urban Amenities in Rural Areas) grid to achieve societal ...
HAL, Russian companies to produce multi-role transport aircraft
Agreement likely to be signed during Russian President Putin's visit in January
Oil prices cut to protect consumers: Deora
"Will consider future revision of retail prices in accordance with international prices"
Microbicides can provide new tools for HIV prevention
They will put the power of protection into the hands of women: Zeda F. Rosenberg
Talks very cordial, says Rajapaksa
Sri Lanka wants to purchase food, groceries from Tamil Nadu
Set an example, child e-mails MPs
NEW DELHI: Children do not vote. They have no representative in Parliament. To make their voice heard, some children have been sending e-mails to Lok Sabha Speaker Somnath Chatterjee. On Wednesday Mr. Chatterjee took the unusual step of ...
Soren issue: battle of wits in the offing
Opposition insists on explanation from Prime Minister
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