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Wednesday, February 08, 2006
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A heady mixture: Chidambaram
Anil Ambani gets control
MUMBAI: The Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) Group formally handed over the control of the four demerged companies to the Reliance-Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group (Reliance-ADAG) following board meetings of these firms here on Tuesday. Sandeep ...
Prachanda unveils road map for change in Nepal
Maoist leader hails Indian stand but calls for end to `two-pillar theory'
IIT-M gates open to commerce students too
Institute to offer M.A. in Development Studies, Economics and English studies
Information system aims to bridge rural-urban divide
The project plans to make villagers computer literate and help them use information
Raj Babbar suspended
NEW DELHI: The Samajwadi Party on Tuesday suspended its two-time member of Parliament from Agra, Raj Babbar, from the Parliamentary Party on charges of "indiscipline" for his recent public statements against party general secretary Amar ...
Bihar presses ahead with Taslimuddin case
Says he was involved in serious offence
SMS on ODIs: court restraint on mobile majors
Interim injunction granted on a civil suit from a Chennai-based organisation
Sensex closes above 10,000-mark
Banking, sugar and automobile stocks hog limelight
PM orders a new look at illegal constructions
High-power committee to suggest "practical measures" to end uncertainty caused by demolitions
Kumaraswamy may sail through today's trust vote
Janata Dal (Secular) tells members to cast `conscience vote'
No Cabinet expansion now, says Chief Minister
`Modalities for revival of the Legislative Council being finalised'
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