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Steps in budget to check trend
India a real partner: Romano Prodi
``Many parallels with Manmohan, both dealing with difficult coalitions"
"In India as in Italy, democracy is a difficult exercise"
Italy's Prime MinisterRomano Prodispeaks on ties with India, his country's engagement in Afghanistan and Lebanon, his difficult coalition, the thorny matter of extraordinary renditions, and the way forward for Europe. Excerpts from an interview in hi s office in the gilded fifteenth century Palazzo Chigi in Rome:
Manmohan, Somnath pay tributes to Rangarajan
A philanthropist, a great lover and promoter of sports and one of the doyens of the Indian Press"
Rajapaksa sacks 3 senior Ministers
Move to curb dissidence within his party following recent ministerial changes
Opening ceremony a virtual treat
An opportunity to promote unity, peace and goodwill among the people
Chaos reigns on opening day
England pulls off a dramatic win
Paul Collingwood posts his second successive century
Menon for free flow of ideas in SAARC
"Where there has been an interaction, it has seldom been direct between the media"
"Nithari murders pre-meditated"
CBI Director says they were probably committed for sadistic pleasure
Stakes high in Amritsar
Leaders turn out to bat for BJP, Congress candidates
INTERNATIONAL - NEWS ANALYSIS
U.N. reform to figure during Prodi's visit
ROME: Romano Prodi (68), who begins a five-day state visit to India on Friday, took over as Italy's centre-left Prime Minister in April 2006 after beating his long-time rival Silvio Berlusconi with a wafer thin lead of 24,000 votes. The media ...
Ratan Tata does it again
He undertakes a sortie in Boeing's F/A-18 Super Hornet
Gaza celebrates unity accord
No call for Israel recognition
PM: Raise IT export target
`Retain first mover advantage in BPO space'
Accenture to expand operations
To set up another facility in Sholinganallur near Chennai
Indian doctors lose legal battle
Association says judgment is "very disappointing;" likely to challenge it
Subhajit Saha surprises Monteiro
NEW DELHI: National champion Subhajit Saha had never beaten a top-100 player in the world. On Friday, this soft-spoken man from Siliguri, with unmistakable boyish looks, produced a mature performance to surprise world No. 94, Brazil's Thiago ...
Curtains down on spectacle in sky
Security gamble as IAF took scores of Air Force chiefs to Taj
Mahatma Gandhi Road set to change forever
Contractor executing work on the Metro rail is ready to move in equipment
Four-lane system extended till Nandanam
Increasing vehicle population is the reason: police
State film awards announced
Lenin Rajendran best director; Prithviraj, Urvasi adjudged best actors
Website to track missing children launched
Parents can post photograph of missing child on the website
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