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Wednesday, December 13, 2006
Pact significant, says Pranab
"Access to nuclear energy impeded by an international regime"
Afzal issue: walkout in Lok Sabha
"BJP provoking kin of those killed"
IT units not exempt from strike, says CITU leader
``The sector is not listed as an essential service"
Report malicious: Rajnath
`Made to create sensation, maybe for TRP reasons'
Excerpts from the interview
According to the transcript issued by CNN-IBN of Bhupendra Chaubey's interview with BJP Leader of the Opposition L.K. Advani, this is how the Q&A went: Bhupendra Chaubey: Let's switch on to a bigger question: are you the perennial Prime ...
Parliament approves varsity status for CIEFL
"It's being upgraded as its responsibilities have increased"
CWC endorses stand on nuclear deal
Members express concern over price rise; Manmohan explains steps already taken
Singur farmers appeal to Mamata to end strike
"We are satisfied with the West Bengal Government's compensation"
Left seeks support for general strike
NEW DELHI: The Left parties have decided to enlist the support of non-Bharatiya Janata Party, non-Congress parties for the December 14 general strike. The nationwide strike has been called by Left-affiliated trade unions to protest against the ...
Lifetime fuel guarantee remains a sticking point in `123' talks with U.S.
Differences on reprocessing right, language on testing narrowed
Nitish to consider plea for CBI probe
Into murder of Professor Ghosh
"Survival is her first challenge"
Indian girl child facing heavy odds: UNICEF
Rajya Sabha adjourned twice over Singur
Lok Sabha approves excess grant
NEW DELHI: The Lok Sabha on Tuesday approved an excess grant of Rs. 21,823.92 crore to meet, among other things, expenses relating to fertiliser subsidy, interest relief to farmers and transfers to States. The Demands for Excess Grants ...
Investment in women will bring in double dividends: Sharmila Tagore
``We should ensure that all girls and boys exercise their right to basic education''
BJP to protest against "politics of minorityism"
NEW DELHI: For a week from December 15, the Bharatiya Janata Party will mobilise public opinion against the Congress-led United Progressive Alliance's "politics of appeasement" of Muslims keeping in mind the coming Assembly elections, party ...
NHRC notice to Kerala
NEW DELHI: The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has sent notices to the Kerala Government, following a news report that five HIV-positive children were thrown out of school in Kottayam. Taking suo motu cognisance of the report, ...
Sethna still sceptical
"India should be guided by the July 2005 joint statement that spelt out the deal"
Tardy implementation hits job scheme, say elders
`Well-intentioned but bureauctarised' `Well-intentioned but bureaucratised'
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