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    "Please don't get angry with your shishya"
    PUNE, SEPT.19. During the Gandhi murder trial, the Mahatma's assassin, Nathuram Godse, spoke of his casual visits to Savarkar Sadan and the nature of these visits being restricted to access to the Hindu Sangathan office on the ground floor of the ...

    MANMOHAN LEAVES ON 8-DAY FOREIGN TOUR
    'India to carry forward economic reforms'
    NEW DELHI, SEPT. 19. The Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh, today left on an eight-day foreign trip that will take him to London, New York and Geneva. He will address the United Nations General Assembly and is scheduled to meet the Presidents of the ...

    Terror must be checked for talks with Pakistan: Manmohan
    LONDON, SEPT. 19. The Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh, today asserted that terrorism must firmly remain under control as a precondition for the success of the composite dialogue process with Pakistan and declared that India's commitment to the ...

    Pakistan asserts supremacy
    BIRMINGHAM, SEPT. 19.Pakistan held its nerves when it mattered the most at Edgbaston on Sunday to win its must-win Pool `C' contest against India by three wickets and qualify for the semifinals of the ICC-Champions Trophy here. Chasing 201 for ...

    Congress, NCP finalise seat-sharing agreement
    NEW DELHI, SEPT. 19. After days of negotiation, the Congress and its alliance partner in Maharashtra, the Nationalist Congress Party, have finalised their seat-sharing arrangement for the Assembly elections in the State. Of the 288 seats, the ...

    Hu acquires commanding presence
    SINGAPORE, SEPT. 19.The Chinese President, Hu Jintao, today assumed charge as Chairman of the powerful Central Military Commission (CMC) of the governing Communist Party of China (CPC). With this, Mr. Hu acquires a commanding political presence ...

    EDUSAT: turning homes into classrooms
    CHENNAI, SEPT. 19. The final countdown for the launch of the Geo-Synchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV-FO1) from Sriharikota, Andhra Pradesh, "is proceeding smoothly as per schedule and there are no hitches," according to the Indian Space ...



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