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    RSS delivers stern message to BJP
    BJP abuzz with speculation as RSS leaders meet Vajpayee, Advani

    Revival of camps worries Delhi
    Karachi journal says militants are regrouping, training facilities being renovated

    Central team in Gujarat to assess damage
    GANDHINAGAR: A 13-member Central team arrived here on Monday for an on-the-spot study of the damage caused by the heavy rain and floods in Gujarat. The officials met State Government officers and were told about the havoc caused in the ...

    PURA will bridge rural, urban divide
    Kalam backs Mission 2007

    ESMA invoked against medicos
    Medical college Principals asked to give attendance particulars to DME

    Some money, some mantras, some management
    NEW DELHI: Much before they learn to master the boardroom mantras for success and win business with the right moves and counter-moves, Delhi University's commerce students can now take a lesson in self-realisation as well. With the University ...

    Ayodhya attack: U.P. team in Delhi
    NEW DELHI: A Special Task Force (STF) team from Uttar Pradesh was here on Monday to question some persons in connection with the terrorist attack at the Ramjanmabhoomi complex in Ayodhya on July 5. The team has learnt that the terrorists who ...

    LDF gives notice for no-trust motion
    Move in the context of `political tensions'; Speaker to take it up after three days

    Revanna's statement ends deadlock
    BJP withdraws protest; normal business resumed in Legislative Assembly

    Uproar over Rane issue: House adjourned
    Speaker says he will rule on Rane plea after studying it; Desai group demands recognition

    Remains of Subrahmanya temple found near Mamallapuram
    Renews debate whether it was one among the Seven Pagodas

    And now, condoms for women
    Government will give top priority to stabilising population growth, says Anbumani "We are not going to force it [population control] on anyone and it will be a voluntary process"

    CWC stops work on Babli irrigation project
    Maharashtra asked to put the project on hold till the dispute is settled

    Sensex zooms 95 points
    MUMBAI: The stock market moved up to register an all-time high in its index as the bench mark Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) 30-share Sensitive Index (Sensex) closed up by 94.66 points or 1.31 per cent at 7306.74. It also touched an intra-day high ...

    Managements make scholarship offer
    50 per cent fee concession for merit students from poor families

    Multi-level car park to ease congestion
    BANGALORE: The Kempegowda Maharaja shopping centre and multi-level car park on Kempegowda Road, which was inaugurated on Monday, will ease traffic congestion and solve the parking problem in the central business district (CBD). The facility was ...

    A JOB ISN'T GUARANTEED
    A school for netas and babus
    CHENNAI: Having spent the last part of his career browbeating politicians, former Chief Election Commissioner T.N. Seshan has now come up with a backhand winner: he is starting a school that will teach politicians and bureaucrats to be ... ...

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