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Tuesday, January 09, 2007
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"Industrial development must not be zero sum game"
Breakfast in Amritsar, lunch in Lahore, hopes PM
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Monday expressed the hope that India and Pakistan would enter into a treaty of peace, security and friendship. "I earnestly hope that relations between our two countries become so friendly and that we ...
Another ULFA attack kills three
Death toll in attacks 62; Bihari workers flee Assam; curfew in Dibrugarh
Karthik the surprise package
The Indian slip-ups in the third and deciding Test against South Africa were so glaring that some explanations being sought are in the fitness of things. Harbhajan Singh, never mind if he was bowling bad or trash, should have been played in ...
Disappointing, says Dravid
`We had our moments'
Sania Mirza begins season in style
HOBART: Sania Mirza opened her new season on the WTA circuit in style by upsetting fourth seed Maria Kirilenko of Russia in the first round of the Hobart International tennis tournament here on Monday. The wildcard Indian scored a 6-4, 6-4 win ...
Court raps Government for delay in notifying recruitment rules
Matter relates to filling up of 81 civil judge vacancies
e-governance plan for Corporation projects
CHENNAI: What if at the click of a mouse you are able to get details of the various projects that the Corporation is executing in your street. Or the Corporation's website posted daily updates on the action taken by departments on public ...
A software clearing house for family
Gates presents digital clearing house for lay users
Rajeswar calls on Patil, Manmohan
NEW DELHI: Uttar Pradesh Governor T.V. Rajeswar called on Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Union Home Minister Shivraj Patil on Monday. He is understood to have apprised them of the law and order situation in the State, particularly with regard ...
Icy day in North India; 2.6 in Delhi
Water taps freeze in Kashmir and Rajasthan; two more die in Uttar Pradesh
Complainant's nephew assaulted in front of Raj Bhavan
Venkatesh has filed an attempt to murder case against Pejawar seer
`Cyberabad killings were for gain'
HYDERABAD: The Cyberabad police, who arrested three persons in connection with the serial murders on city outskirts, have maintained that `murder for gain' was the motive for the gruesome killings. The angle of `unnatural sex' being the ...
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