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IIM directors reach consensus on fees
AHMEDABAD, JUNE 6. The directors of the six Indian Institutes of Management who met here today are said to have finalised a uniform fee structure for all the IIMs. Refusing to give out any details of the "proposal" they were asked to formulate ...

Kargil report may be used to counter NDA campaign
NEW DELHI, JUNE 6. The United Progressive Alliance Government is yet to arrive at a strategy to counter the National Democratic Alliance's campaign against it for including "chargesheeted" persons in the Union Council of Ministers. But there are ...

Dialogue with Pakistan will be carried forward: Natwar Singh
NEW DELHI, JUNE 6. A day after the External Affairs Ministry clarified that certain "remarks" made by the External Affairs Minister, Natwar Singh, had been taken completely out of context, the Pakistani Foreign Minister, Khurshid Mehmood ...

Reagan dead
LOS ANGELES, JUNE 6.The former American President, Ronald Reagan, whose tenure from 1981 to 1989 witnessed a thaw in Indo-U.S. ties and marked the climax of the Cold War with the beginning of end of the Soviet Communism, died today at the age of ...

Mulayam's son attacked
KANNAUJ (UTTAR PRADESH), JUNE 6.A mob attacked the local MP, Akhilesh Singh Yadav, son of the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Mulayam Singh Yadav, following the recovery of the bodies of two Dalit children abducted a few days ago near Naurachandpur ...

Barghouti sentenced
TEL AVIV, JUNE 6.An Israeli court sentenced the Palestinian uprising leader, Marwan Barghouti, to five consecutive life terms and 40 years today for his role in attacks that killed four Israelis and a Greek monk — the maximum possible ...

BJP revamped
NEW DELHI, JUNE 6.In a revamp of the party after its defeat in the Lok Sabha elections, the Bharatiya Janata Party president, M. Venkaiah Naidu, today appointed the former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Kalyan Singh, and the party general ...

Recovered
SURI (WEST BENGAL), JUNE 6.Three items, which were listed as stolen from the Ravindra Bhawan museum, have been found inside the museum building, Visva-Bharati vice-chancellor, Sujit Basu, said today. However, it was not immediately known what ...



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