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Give up arms and fight elections, Manmohan tells naxalites
There is no grievance that cannot be redressed through democratic means
Guns fall silent on the border
All issues amicably resolved at BSF-BDR coordination meeting
Pace of Golden Quadrilateral work stepped up
Union Highways Minister is confident that 96 per cent of the work will be completed by June 2006 92 per cent of the work will be completed by December, says Baalu
ANSAM threatens to re-impose blockade
Decision follows Chief Minister's refusal to go to the association office; explains his stand in the Assembly
Jinnah was secular only initially: Vajpayee
Many nationalists later on became religious fanatics, says Seshadri's book
Tidal waves fail to dampen Chennaiites' spirit
CHENNAI: Barely 24 hours after high tides caused panic in the city, families turned out in large numbers on the Marina beach. Even as the residents of Annai Sivagami Nagar and other fishing hamlets of Ennore remained apprehensive about the ...
Coterie running party: Khurana
It is unfortunate that those with no political base are at the helm of affairs
Manmohan Singh vows to transform face of villages
Launches second phase of land distribution programme
Pakistan lifts Rabobank Trophy
Amsterdam: With a display that can be described impressive and inspirational Pakistan portrayed the essence of fortitude to lift the Rabobank Trophy with an astonishing 4-3 victory in the eight-nation hockey tournament here this evening. The ...
It's Roddick vs. Federer
CINCINNATI: Andy Roddick defeated Lleyton Hewitt for only the second time in eight matches to reach the final of the Cincinnati Masters tennis tournament, where he will face Roger Federer, who defeated Robby Ginepri in the semifinals. Roddick ...
It's victory No. 5 for Kimi Raikkonen
ISTANBUL: : Kimi Raikkonen of McLaren-Mercedes won the inaugural Turkish Grand Prix from the pole on Sunday, increasing the pressure on season-points leader Fernando Alonso. The Finn's fifth victory of the season and seventh career win ...
Minority colleges for Central law
BANGALORE: Welcoming the Supreme Court's judgment on admission to professional colleges, the Karnataka Religious and Linguistic Minority Professional Colleges' Association on Sunday extended support to the Government's efforts at seeking Central ...
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