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    Wen sets store by China, India, Russia cooperation
    NEW DELHI, APRIL 12. Trilateral cooperation between India, China and Russia will help democratise international relations and safeguard world peace, security and stability, the Chinese Premier, Wen Jiabao, told a group of senior journalists ...

    BJP says it is over, but VHP keeps the pot boiling
    NEW DELHI, APRIL 12. The Bharatiya Janata Party said today that the episode related to the controversial remarks by the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh chief, K.S. Sudarshan, was a "closed chapter." But, another Sangh Parivar affiliate, the Vishwa ...

    Future could belong to Asia if India, China work together: Wen
    NEW DELHI, APRIL 12. Emphasising that the 21st century could belong to Asia if India and China developed relations and worked together, the Chinese Prime Minister, Wen Jiabao, today said that the two countries were not rivals but friendly ...

    Manmohan launches National Rural Health Mission
    NEW DELHI, APRIL 12. Governments have "grievously erred" in designing the country's health programmes. "We have created a delivery model that fragments resources and dissipates energies. Most importantly, we have paid inadequate attention to the ...

    Revitalise North Eastern Council, says Manmohan
    NEW DELHI, APRIL 12. The Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh, today regretted that the North Eastern Council had been reduced to "a fund disbursing body," mechanically allocating whatever little resources it had among the States of the region. "I ...

    PMO objects
    NEW DELHI, APRIL 12. The Prime Minister's Office today took exception to the Gujarat Government using a photo of the Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh, in an official publication without prior permission. The PMO said it was conveying its ...

    Pakistan snatches victory off the last ball
    AHMEDABAD, APRIL 12. In a humdinger of a finish, Inzamam-ul-Haq kept his nerve to guide Pakistan to a last ball three-wicket win over India in the fourth ODI and level the six-match Pepsi Cup series 2-2 at the Sardar Patel Gujarat Stadium here on ...

    THE W.V. RAMAN COLUMN
    Inzamam — a leader in every sense
    Inzamam-ul-Haq displayed nerves of steel in fashioning a thrilling victory off the very last ball of the innings. The tension was almost tangible when Tendulkar was given the task of bowling the last over and pull off the impossible. But the ...

    INSIDE SPORT
    Tiger and Tendulkar: champions in search of an aura
    On casual glance, it appeared nothing had changed with Sunday at the Masters. Amidst his office of sun-lit azaleas and artificially dyed creeks, Tiger Woods was at work again. His stride was all business, his game face borrowed from Mount ...

    Anara allowed to leave
    JAMMU, APRIL 12. The Jammu and Kashmir High Court today permitted the former Miss Jammu, Anara Gupta, to leave Jammu for Delhi as the Crime Branch had withdrawn a case against her. Justice S. K. Gupta vacated a stay order and dismissed the ...

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