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Set up SHGs in large numbers, Buddhadeb tells women
Women’s movements cannot move forward without Left support: Brinda

BJP to discuss strategy on nuclear deal


BSP to contest all seats in Gujarat
Wants to try the Uttar Pradesh formula

Nandigram: Brinda Karat sees a conspiracy
“Hundreds of women, children could not return due to continuing atrocities”

Unfortunate: Farooq
JAMMU: Political leaders in Jammu and Kashmir have expressed concern over the developments in Pakistan. The former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister, Farooq Abdullah, described the imposition of emergency in Pakistan as ...

Australian police had certified Haneef was no threat


AIDWA sets up seven panels
All related to women’s problems

Manmohan to decide on oil price hike
NEW DELHI: With crude oil prices touching a new high of $96 in the international market, the government seems to be left with no other option but to opt for a “marginal hike” in petrol and diesel prices. The final decision will be ...

Ramakrishna Math chief passes away
KOLKATA: Swami Gahanananda, 14th president of the Ramakrishna Math and Mission, passed away in a hospital here on Sunday at 5.35 p.m. He was 91. Swami Gahanananda, who was suffering from old-age ailments, was admitted to the Ramkrishna ...

National rating system planned for energy-friendly buildings


Women should be aware of social security schemes, says Kanimozhi
Thanjavur: Women should be aware of the social security schemes available to them to overcome the problems faced by them said Kanimozhi, Member of Parliament, here on Sunday. Speaking at a sensitisation programme for women ...

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