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    No deadline for Siachen, says Natwar
    ``Peace process moving forward''

    Tight security for AMU
    Demonstrations for and against court verdict held at varsity

    Jet Airways confirms orders with Boeing
    To purchase ten 777-300 ER aircraft

    Farmers' welfare schemes formally launched
    Social security scheme to benefit 86 lakh farm workers, 51 lakh small farmers

    A squatter near her own residence
    CHENNAI: Lakshmi alias Esther, aged 112, has knocked at the doors of the Tamil Nadu State Legal Services Authority, seeking free legal aid to reclaim her tiny Slum Clearance Board tenement at Aminjikarai in Chennai. Her date of birth, according ...

    Ever on their toes


    Frenchman, two Americans share Nobel chemistry prize
    Stockholm, Sweden: France's Yves Chauvin and Americans Robert H. Grubbs and Richard R. Schrock won the 2005 Nobel Prize in chemistry Wednesday for discoveries that let industry develop drugs and plastics more efficiently and with less ...

    All set for billion-dollar submarine deal
    Allegation about company maintaining a slush fund account unfair: French Ambassador

    State seeks Centre's help to foreclose expensive loans
    Government can raise resources from the market: Sindhia

    Pollution: Transport Dept. officials can levy fine
    Offence to be recorded in RC book; fine will be Rs. 100 for first-time offence and will go up to Rs. 500

    Forest encroachment in Idukki district: CEC report
    THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Land grabbing by `the rich, the powerful and the influential' is continuing unabated in the Cardamom Hill Reserves (CHR) of Idukki district in Kerala, according a recent report of the Central Empowered Committee (CEC) of the ...

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