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Friday, December 29, 2006
An eventful year for the Supreme Court
Its interventions left an indelible imprint in all walks of life
Singur: Medha joins protest
"Depriving farmers of their resources not acceptable"
Despite assurance to court, Narmada dam height raised
Gujarat preparing to install gates up to final height
Vajpayee leads NDA team to Kalam
Seeks his "personal intervention" to save the life of fasting Mamata Banerjee
AIDS control programme to be expanded to tribals
Social assessment shows low awareness
Antony for more joint ventures in defence sector
Wants air version of BrahMos developed quickly
Fifty children rescued from zari units
They said working conditions were "pathetic" and they were beaten up for small mistakes
Dump BJP, Mayawati asks Vaishyas
Accuses rivals of launching misinformation campaign that BSP is anti-upper caste
Thackeray warns party detractors
MUMBAI: Shiv Sena supremo Bal Thackeray on Wednesday exhorted the party cadres to defend the party's principal bastions, the Mumbai and Thane Municipal Corporations, which go to the polls with eight other civic corporations in Maharashtra in ...
Media reports distorted my comments, says R.C. Lahoti
`I always had, still have high regard for V.N. Khare'
Non-profit model mooted for South Asian University
Suggested as a middle path between government-funded and private education
Maoist movement suffers a setback
`Brain' behind high-profile attacks killed in encounter
Abu Salem to contest U.P. polls
His lawyer says Salem has launched Rashtriya Samajwadi Party
BJP blames Congress for Muslims' plight
Questions data submitted in the Sachar Committee
Amar Singh sees plot to impose Central rule
Citing `deterioration' in law and order
Lucknow varsity expels 19 more students
LUCKNOW: : Nineteen more students were expelled by the Lucknow University authorities on Thursday, bringing to 57 the number of students ousted since Wednesday night. None of the students expelled on Thursday held any office in the Lucknow ...
Advani cancels visit to Tawang
GUWAHATI: The former Deputy Prime Minister, L.K. Advani, had to cancel his visit to Tawang in Arunachal Pradesh on Thursday due to snowfall. Mr. Advani returned to Delhi in the afternoon after spending nearly six hours at the LGB International ...
Couple found dead near Singur
Their land was acquired for Tata project
`Correct unequal distribution of medical colleges'
PATNA: The newly elected president of the Indian Medical Association (IMA) Dr. Ajay Kumar and Chief Minister Nitish Kumar joined hands in making common cause over the discrimination in granting permission for opening new medical colleges across ...
Special purpose fund for Tea Board rejuvenation
Cabinet committee clears many proposals
Rahul has no leadership qualities: BJP
NEW DELHI: : The Bharatiya Janata Party does not see any leadership qualities in Amethi MP Rahul Gandhi. "In 30 months he has spoken three times in Parliament. He is yet to establish himself as an able parliamentarian," BJP spokesperson Ravi ...
Central assistance released for rural job scheme
Funds also released for rural water supply programme in Uttar Pradesh
Changes made in J&K revenue policy
JAMMU: : The Jammu and Kashmir Government on Thursday made changes in its revenue policy by amending the Roshni scheme, formulating rules and regulations for regularising encroached State land. Talking to reporters here, Chief Minister Ghulam ...
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