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    India-ASEAN relations taking on a new dimension: Manmohan
    VIENTIANE (LAOS), NOV. 28. Terming India one of the fastest growing economies, the Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, today said a long-term partnership agreement with ASEAN countries would provide a new dimension to its relations with the powerful ...

    Catching up in the east
    VIENTIANE, NOV. 28. India's `Look East' policy — for which political foundations were actually laid half a century ago — took off far too late considering the tremendous economic development that has taken place in this part of the ...

    Anil Ambani asks directors of Reliance Energy to stay on
    MUMBAI. NOV. 28. Anil Ambani, chairman and managing director of Reliance Energy Ltd., today requested the six directors who had resigned on Thursday, to continue to serve the company. A meeting of the company's board of directors is being ...

    Kanchi case: all-women police team to assist probe
    KANCHEEPURAM, NOV. 28. Four teams, including an all-women police team, have been formed to assist the existing special police team investigating the case relating to the murder of the Varadarajaperumal temple manager, Sankararaman. According ...

    12 run over by train near Bhopal
    BHOPAL, NOV. 28. Twelve persons were mowed down by the Chennai-Lucknow Express at the Sukhi Sewania railway station, about 12 km from here today. Those killed were passengers travelling by the Bhopal-Bina Express. According to an eye witness ...

    First home-built Sukhoi-30 MKI handed over to Air Force
    NASIK, NOV. 28. The first home-built Sukhoi-30 MKI multi-role fighter aircraft was handed over to the Indian Air Force today. It took off from the air strip of the Nasik Division of its makers, Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd (HAL), and performed ...

    Killing of jawans shocks CRPF
    SRINAGAR, NOV. 28. The killing of seven Central Reserve Police Force jawans by their colleague in the early hours of today near Baramulla has shaken the force's top brass here. This has once again emphasised the need for handling the stress ...

    Kallis is a class act in grand theatre
    KOLKATA, NOV. 28.The poor spectator response, by Kolkata standards, caused greater debate than the Indian bowling, which excelled only in patches at the Eden Gardens here. The strategy, clearly, was to exploit the inexperience of the South ...

    IFFI begins today
    PANAJI, NOV 28. The 35th International Film Festival of India (IFFI) begins here tomorrow. More than 200 films will be screened during the 12-day festival. - PTI ...

    Maoists reject talks
    KATHMANDU, NOV. 28. Maoist rebels in Nepal have rejected the January 13 deadline set by Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba for holding peace talks. The Government expressed the hope that the rebels would adopt a flexible policy towards ...

    ULFA seeks plebiscite
    GUWAHATI, NOV. 28. The banned ULFA has demanded a plebiscite on the issue of ``sovereignty'' of Assam and accused the Centre of maintaining ``double standards'' on the proposed peace talks. The Chairman Arabinda Rajkhowa, in a statement last ...

    Fishermen held
    KARACHI, NOV. 28. The Pakistan Navy has detained 40 Indian fishermen for illegal entry into its waters. It also impounded five boats.

    - PTI





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