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Tuesday, June 29, 2004
Farmers' problems will be dealt with urgently: Manmohan
NEW DELHI, JUNE 28. The Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh, today said the Government would soon bring a bill to address the needs of the aquaculture sector and also give priority to revitalising cooperative credit system. Addressing ...
Venkaiah Naidu among 10 elected to Rajya Sabha
BHOPAL, JUNE 28. The Union Minister, Oscar Fernandes, and the BJP president, M. Venkaiah Naidu, were among the 10 candidates elected to the Rajya Sabha while the Congress' Kiran Chaudhary and the BJP's Shakuntala Hegde lost in a close contest ...
We have to move forward: India
NEW DELHI, JUNE 28."I do not want to project an idea of what is ours or theirs," the External Affairs Ministry spokesman, Navtej Sarna, said when asked what was New Delhi's understanding of the term "final" settlement of the Jammu and Kashmir ...
Talks held in cordial atmosphere
NEW DELHI, JUNE 28. This is the text of the joint statement issued today by India and Pakistan at the conclusion of the two-day Foreign Secretary-level talks: The Foreign Secretaries of India and Pakistan met in New Delhi on 27-28 June ...
Panchsheel is relevant, says Natwar Singh
NEW DELHI, JUNE 28.It is not often that you find a former President, five Cabinet Ministers, a Chief Minister, a Lieutenant Governor and over 20 Ambassadors/High Commissioners in one place. It happened at a function organised by the External ...
Governors: Advani leads BJP delegation to Kalam
NEW DELHI, JUNE 28.A Bharatiya Janata Party delegation led by the Leader of the Opposition, L.K. Advani, met the President, A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, and complained that the Government was ``pressuring'' some Governors to put in their papers. Two days ...
Trimming Ministries: Congress lays down guidelines
NEW DELHI, JUNE 28.With just a little over a week left to trim its Ministries in various States as per the new law on the size of the Council of Ministers, the Congress has laid down guidelines for undertaking the exercise that has set off a ...
Common entrance test: hearing on July 7
NEW DELHI, JUNE 28.The Supreme Court will hear on July 7 a petition filed by the All-India Medical and Engineering Colleges Association seeking permission to conduct an all-India common entrance test for filling the seats under the `management ...
Dry spell may end soon
NEW DELHI, JUNE 28. The lull in the monsoon is likely to continue for at least another three to four days, according to senior officials in the India Meteorological Department. The officials told The Hindu that they were keeping track ...
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