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Petrol, diesel costlier; kerosene untouched
NEW DELHI, JUNE 15. In response to what it described as an "exceptionally critical situation" in international oil markets, the Government tonight raised the prices of petrol, diesel and liquefied petroleum gas (LPG or cooking gas) while ...

Lashkar terrorists shot dead
AHMEDABAD, JUNE 15. Four persons, including a woman and two Pakistanis connected with the Lashkar-e-Taiba, were shot dead by the Ahmedabad Crime Branch police on the outskirts of this city early this morning. They were allegedly on a mission to ...

Union Budget on July 8
NEW DELHI, JUNE 15. The budget session of Parliament will start on July 5. The railway budget will be presented on July 6 and the general budget on July 8 at 11a.m. The annual Economic Survey will be presented on July 7. Announcing the ...

RAW IN CRISIS - III
Chiefs ignored penetration warnings
NEW DELHI, JUNE 15. One of the first things new intelligence agents are told is to forget what they might have seen in James Bond films: in real life, there ought to be no fancy cars, no diamond-wearing girlfriends, no evenings hanging out in ...

Ronen Sen envoy to U.S.
NEW DELHI, JUNE 15.The President, A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, has approved the appointment of Ronen Sen as India's Ambassador to Washington, Kanwal Sibal to Moscow, Kamlesh Sharma as High Commissioner to London, Nirupam Sen as the Permanent ...

Infosys, Wipro on top
NEW DELHI, JUNE 15. Indian software giants Infosys Technologies Ltd. and Wipro Ltd., which recently turned billion-dollar companies in terms of revenue, have been ranked among the top 100 infotech companies in the world, a Business Week ...

Ban on Indian vehicles
BELAHIA (NEPAL), JUNE 15. Maoist rebels in Nepal have imposed a week-long ban on Indian vehicles and movies in four districts of the Himlayan kingdom — Makwanpur, Dhading, Nuwakot and Rasuwa. The ban came into effect from today. The ...



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