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NHRC submits report on quake relief measures
"Central and State Governments have provided immediate relief"

Who will take care of the quake-hit children?
SRINAGAR: If things had been normal, six-year-old Majaz Khan with his wounds would have returned to his home with his parents. He along with his eight-year-old brother, Bilal Khan, got separated from their parents when they were rescued from ...

Are newspapers under threat from the new media?
``Unless newspapers are priced right, the frenetic growth may not be sustainable''

Begin Assam talks: Hazarika
NEW DELHI: Admitting that he had stepped away from all things political, legendary balladeer Bhupen Hazarika said on Saturday that the Government must take the talk process in Assam a little more seriously by beginning it rather than just ...

Kalam meets Tanzanian children
HYDERABAD: After initiating the process of transforming their lives, President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, in a touching gesture on his birthday, briefly met Tanzanian children, who were in the city to undergo surgeries to correct congenital heart ...

Over 200 films to be screened at IFFI
Film bazaar between November 25 and 29 to promote Indian shooting locales

Prime Minister's appeal
NEW DELHI: : Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh, on Saturday, issued an appeal to all Central Government employees and those working in Central public sector undertakings and autonomous bodies to contribute to the Prime Minister's National Relief ...

General strike disrupts life in Manipur
Only skeleton staff at most government offices in the State

Air India to negotiate price cut, delivery schedule with Boeing
Purchase order will be placed in November, says Chairman

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