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    Cabinet nod for Commission for backward sections among minorities
    NEW DELHI, SEPT. 29.The Union Cabinet today approved the constitution of a National Commission for the welfare of the socially and economically backward sections among the religious and linguistic minorities, according to Jaipal Reddy, Union ...

    GoM on print media
    NEW DELHI, SEPT. 29. The Union Cabinet today decided to set up a Group of Ministers (GoM) to take a "comprehensive look" at the print media policy and "the violations that may have occurred" over time. It has stopped short of going in for the ...

    Dalmiya declares Ranbir Singh Mahendra elected BCCI president
    KOLKATA, SEPT. 29. Ranbir Singh Mahendra of Haryana was today declared elected president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India with the help of the outgoing BCCI president, Jagmohan Dalmiya's casting vote at the 75th Annual General ...

    I am a victim of foul play: Pawar
    KOLKATA, SEPT. 29. The Union Agriculture Minister, Sharad Pawar, said today that he was a victim of "foul play" by the ruling faction and hinted at putting in his strength to change the BCCI constitution. Talking to reporters after losing the ...

    `Aircraft with arms arrived only this morning'
    NEW DELHI, SEPT. 29. The Government said today that it was "aware" of the supply of certain explosives and ammunition by the United States for use by the Nepal police in counter-insurgency operations in the Himalayan nation. While confirming a ...

    Manmohan favours bringing Prime Minister under Lok Pal
    DEHRA DUN, SEPT. 29. The Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh, today favoured bringing all elected representatives, including the Prime Minister, under the purview of the Lok Pal. Delivering the valedictory address at the eighth All-India Lok ...

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    Adapting and succeeding in unfamiliar conditions
    Any cricketer's stature is determined by his success overseas. The ability to adapt quickly to unfamiliar conditions separates the great from the merely good. Greg Chappell, one of Australia's finest batsmen, regrets not having come to India. ...

    Searches, raids in 147 places
    NEW DELHI, SEPT. 29. In a nationwide crackdown against public servants allegedly involved in corrupt practices, the Central Bureau of Investigation today conducted raids and searches at 147 places and seized cash, jewellery, shares and other ...

    Oil prices may not be raised
    NEW DELHI, SEPT. 29. Prospects of an increase in the prices of petrol and diesel appear bleak despite the world crude prices crossing the $50 a barrel barrier. Official sources said that the Government decision on the prices will be conveyed to ...

    Bilkis case
    MUMBAI, SEPT. 29. A special court will frame charges on October 8 in the Bilkis Bano trial case. The case had been transferred from Gujarat to Maharashtra following a Supreme Court order. — PTI ...

    Centre supports Zee
    NEW DELHI, SEPT. 29.Springing a surprise on the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), the Union Government today supported Zee TV on the issue of maintainability of its petition by stating before the Supreme Court that the BCCI was a ...

    IOA slaps life ban on three lifters, coach
    NEW DELHI, SEPT. 29. Shamed at the Olympics, weightlifters Pratima Kumari and Sanamacha Chanu were on Wednesday served life bans `for bringing disrepute to the country at the Athens Games'. Their coach, Pal Singh Sandhu has also been banned for ...

    Pakistan has the last laugh
    PESHAWAR, SEPT. 29. India fought bravely before succumbing 3-2 to Pakistan in the third Test here today. Trailing by two goals going into the second half, India did well to bounce back with goals in the 48th and 60th minutes through Hari ...



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