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    Action against anyone found guilty: Sonia Gandhi
    "Hurt" and "very angry" over Volcker Committee Report

    Iran: Left sounds a note of warning
    Accuses UPA Government of surrendering country's foreign policy to the U.S.

    Maintain harmony, Speaker tells legislature
    RAIPUR: Lok Sabha Speaker Somnath Chatterjee on Tuesday asked the legislature to maintain harmonious relations with the judiciary and media to strengthen the democratic system. "There should be harmonious relations between the major ...

    Blast near U.S. food chain outlet
    ISLAMABAD: A powerful car bomb exploded outside an American fast food outlet housed in a Government building in a high-security area of Karachi, killing six persons and injuring 14 besides damaging the restaurant and two luxury hotels nearby. ...

    Can Blair learn to listen?
    With his authoritarian style, the British Prime Minister views compromise as a sign of weakness rather than of a leader who listens to his party and the electorate. Is he becoming a lame duck?

    Rs. 717-crore scheme for rural poor launched
    3.5 lakh families to benefit from `Pudu Vazhvu' which will be implemented in 70 blocks in 15 districts

    Lives that depend on studies in labs
    BANGALORE: Zakia Pathak (77), a retired English teacher, has been in-and-out of hospital for the past three years as a volunteer for a clinical trial for a new cancer drug. For the moment, she says she has no regrets. "So far, I seem to be ...

    Dissident MLA returns to partyfold
    New twist to the ongoing controversy in the Telangana Rashtra Samiti

    Communication campaign on AIDS
    COIMBATORE: Do you have it? Say yes or no. If yes, there is help available. "Know your HIV/AIDS status and care and support and treatment available thereafter" is the objective of a District Level Communication Campaign on HIV that is being ...

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