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IIMs asked to evolve `uniform' fee structure
NEW DELHI, MAY 31.The Union Human Resource Development Ministry today asked the Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs) to evolve a uniform fee structure and gave them a month's time to resolve the "complex issue." The decision was taken at the ...

India will step up defence ties with Sri Lanka: Natwar Singh
NEW DELHI, MAY 31. India will take forward defence cooperation with Sri Lanka and the alliance partners from Tamil Nadu in the Congress-led Government will be kept informed of "all these matters, including defence," the External Affairs Minister, ...

Natwar's remarks `deliberately ignored'
NEW DELHI, MAY 31.India said today that Pakistan had "deliberately ignored" the remarks of the External Affairs Minister, Natwar Singh, that New Delhi was committed to all the post-Shimla agreements and declarations, including the January 6 joint ...

Deputy Speaker's post for BJP
New Delhi. May 31. The United Progressive Alliance Government today offered the post of Deputy Speaker of the Lok Sabha to the Bharatiya Janata Party, the principal Opposition party. The Parliamentary Affairs Minister, Ghulam Nabi Azad, called ...

SP backs Fernandes
NEW DELHI, MAY 31. The Samajwadi Party today virtually came out in support of the NDA convener, George Fernandes, who is facing the Tehelka issue and controversies relating to defence purchases. Addressing a press conference here, the party ...

Chapra repoll peaceful
CHAPRA, MAY 31. Barring stray incidents of clashes and shoot-outs in which eight persons were injured, the repoll in the Chapra Lok Sabha constituency of Bihar today passed off peacefully with an estimated 40 per cent voter turnout. ...

Chidambaram meets PM
NEW DELHI, MAY 31. Concerned over surging crude oil prices that have peaked to over $41 a barrel, the Finance Minister, P. Chidambaram, today had a detailed meeting with the Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh, on ways to check its impact on domestic ...

Term extended
NEW DELHI, MAY 31. The United Progressive Alliance Government today extended by one more year the term of the Multi-Disciplinary Monitoring Agency (MDMA) set up to look into the conspiracy angle behind the Rajiv Gandhi assassination case, sources ...



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