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Sustained efforts will secure release of hostages: Minister
JAIPUR, JULY 25. The Minister of State for External Affairs, Rao Inderjit Singh, today expressed the hope that the three Indians being held hostage in Iraq would be released soon as a result of the "sustained efforts" of the Central ...

Global Trust Bank lockers will work as usual: Reserve Bank
MUMBAI, JULY 25. Setting at rest ambiguities on the scope of the three-month moratorium imposed on Global Trust Bank (GTB), Reserve Bank of India today said the demat accounts and safe deposit lockers of customers in the bank will operate as ...

Bitta meets hostage's family in Ropar
ROPAR, JULY 25. THEAll India Anti-Terrorist Front chairman, M.S. Bitta, today met the family of Sukhdev Singh, one of the three Indians held hostage in Iraq, and assured that the Government was taking every possible step to ensure their early ...

North-west facing `drought-like' situation
NEW DELHI, JULY 25. With a prolonged lull in the monsoon, several north-western States are facing a drought-like situation, described as ``grim'' by the scientists of the Indian Council of Agricultural Research. Already there is a shortfall of ...

Unique classical fusion
CHENNAI, JULY 25. In the musical landscape of the multifaceted Chitraveena N. Ravikiran, the seemingly irreconcilable worlds of Indian and western classical music blend admirably. It seems paradoxical that the pre-eminent maestro of the ...

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  • `Mad' river wreaks havoc in lower Assam
  • Advani calls for drought relief to Gujarat
  • 36-hour mridangam concert
  • More children suffering from malnutrition
  • Manipur bandh today
  • Government should step up relief work in Bihar: Vajpayee
  • 'Unclaimed, unhonoured'
  • Take a pragmatic view of Sri Lankan problem: Vaiko
  • BJP changes Jharkhand unit president
  • World Tamil meet cautions Centre
  • CBI team in West Bengal
  • Four die in clashes in Bihar



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