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    Volcker: all those named were given a chance to clarify
    Congress party welcome to send legal notice

    Congress deliberates on report
    NEW DELHI: The Congress on Friday continued its discussions on the political controversy it has been drawn into following the Volcker report. This even as the Manmohan Singh Government deliberated on the nature and scope of the probe it plans to ...

    IAF to go ahead with joint exercises
    Gets assurance from Buddhadeb; Left demonstrations will be peaceful

    Police draw a blank in search for Union Minister
    Police raids Minister's house in Delhi, draws a blank

    Free education for girls who are `single child' worries schools
    The CBSE order will strike at the roots of viability, say management representatives

    Manmohan greets Kalam
    NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh greeted President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam on the occasion of Id ul-Fitr on Friday. He was with the President for about 30 minutes, a Rashtrapati Bhavan spokesman said. Vice-President Bhairon Singh Shekhawat, ...

    Khurana retires from active politics
    Not to contest any elections in future; will not stake claim for any post

    Seven killed in two road accidents
    Four engineering college students, a couple and son meet tragic end

    TRS plunges into trouble again
    Four party MLAs criticise Chandrasekhara Rao's style of functioning

    YSR sticks to his guns on power issue
    NEW DELHI: Chief Minister Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy on Friday criticised the Telugu Desam Party for attacking the irrigation and power policies of his government in the farm sector stating that these were aimed at improving the lot of ...

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