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Saturday, December 18, 2004
WELCOME DD DIRECT
WITH ITS NEW Direct-to-Home (DTH) service, Prasar Bharati has switched on a new and refreshingly different option for the television viewer. By keeping the offering free of monthly charges, DD Direct Plus inaugurated by Prime Minister Manmohan ...
A REAL CABINET AT LAST
THAT IT SHOULD have taken nearly seven months for Chief Minister Dharam Singh to have something like a real Cabinet speaks volumes of the state of affairs in Karnataka. Atrophy has been the mode of existence of the Congress-Janata Dal (S) ruling ...
Leader Page Articles
Fuel for TAPS
By R. Ramachandran
Looking for alternative sources of low-enriched uranium or switching to a first-ever fully mixed oxide loaded reactor are options to keep the Tarapur Atomic Power Station running.
Bush as U.N. peacemaker
By Simon Tisdall
The United States-United Nations attrition is only on hold.
We enjoy strong internal democracy: CPI(M) leader
By Malabika Bhattacharya
KOLKATA, DEC. 17. About four years ago, West Bengal's mainline Opposition parties such as Mamata Banerjee's Trinamool Congress tried in vain to cause a rupture in the ruling CPI(M), which was then witnessing a limited intra-party debate on ...
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