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Waiver won’t end indebtedness: Bardhan
With loan waiver, substantial line of credit has opened up: Pawar
Says there are many reasons for farm suicides other than indebtedness
AIDWA hails focus on agrarian crisis
NEW DELHI: The All-India Democratic Women’s Association (AIDWA) has hailed Union Finance Minister P. Chidambaram’s initiative of taking cognisance of the huge agrarian crisis and taking steps to bring relief to farmers, who include ...
Loan waiver an eyewash: UNPA
NEW DELHI: The United National Progressive Alliance (UNPA) on Saturday described the loan waiver announced by Finance Minister P. Chidambaram in his budget speech as an eyewash as it would not lift the farmers out of the doldrums ...
Mumbai, Malegaon blast trials stayed
New Delhi: The Supreme Court, while deciding to examine the constitutional validity of a provision of the Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act, 1999 (MCOCA), has stayed until further order the trial of the cases of the July 11, 2006 ...
No relief for farmers in informal sector
They are indebted to moneylenders and middlemen, and pay huge interest
An opportunity missed: Yechury
Rampur (Shimla): Senior CPI (M) leader Sitaram Yechury on Saturday said the United Progressive Alliance government, which presented its 2008-09 budget on Friday, missed an opportunity to fulfil the promises it had made in the National Common ...
Guns will never succeed: Sonia
Dimapur: In a stern message to Naga and other separatist insurgent groups in the northeast, Congress chief Sonia Gandhi on Saturday said the Constitution had enough space to redress their grievances and those believing in guns to settle ...
Court upholds dismissal of teacher from service
No sympathy for one who assaulted principal, say judges
A new anxiety grips Kashmir Singh’s wife
ATTARI (PUNJAB): Having waited 35 years, Paramjit Kaur is glad to be reuniting with her husband Kashmir Singh, who spent half his life in Pakistani jails, and also anxious about know how to break the news about his mother’s death two ...
Fake currency: CBI for strict measures
Indigenisation of material favoured
Congress plans show of strength
Mood upbeat in the party camp in the wake of pro-farmer Union Budget
India dismayed at Gaza violence
NEW DELHI: India is dismayed at the continuing violence in Occupied Palestine, particularly in the Gaza Strip. “Events this week, including the disproportionate use of retaliatory force, have led to avoidable civilian casualties, ...
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