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    Iran's clearance for LNG project
    India gives conditional support to nuclear energy programme

    Time to take Tamil Nadu forward: Prime Minister
    Manmohan releases Vaiko's book, praises his breadth of scholarship

    `POLITICAL STORM' AVERTED
    She stays away from Prime Minister's function again
    CHENNAI: When Chief Minister Jayalalithaa did not turn up at the airport to receive Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, it became clear that she would not attend the function to inaugurate the National Siddha Institute near Tambaram on Saturday. It ...

    Raid on SBI officials
    Soiled currency notes were replaced with brown papers in bundles meant for destruction

    CRPF jawan killed
    RAIPUR: A CRPF jawan was killed and three, including a Commandant, were injured when naxalites triggered a powerful landmine blast in Bijapur district of Chhattisgarh on Saturday, police sources said. Unconfirmed reports, however, said that ...

    Centre's suggestion on Alamatti unacceptable, says Dharam Singh
    `Flooding in Maharashtra was not due to backwater pressure'

    Manmohan Singh calls for ensuring quality control of Siddha medicine
    Explore complementarity of Indian systems of medicine, says the Prime Minister

    A clean sweep for Congress at Delhi University
    NEW DELHI: Defying all talk of an anti-incumbency factor playing a major role in the battle of the ballot on the campus, the Congress-backed National Students' Union of India (NSUI) made a resounding comeback to the Delhi University Students' ...

    Speed up growth: Manmohan Singh
    Prime Minister unveils statues of Gandhiji, Ambedkar, Nehru at Assembly complex

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