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    Manmohan's `no' to curbs on FBRs
    "All proposals judged on merits"

    Survey for bold steps to expedite labour reforms
    Calls for measures to boost the country's infrastructure to global standards

    Two-way channel for The Hindu's readers
    THE READERS' Editor of The Hindu will be functional from March 1, 2006. The key objectives of this appointment are to institutionalise the practice of self-regulation, accountability, and transparency; to create a new visible framework ...

    Campaign against Bush visit gains momentum
    Committee says "he is not welcome in India;" marches to be organised in Delhi on March 2 and in Hyderabad the next day

    New admission policy struck down
    High Court directs State Government to start process of holding common entrance test

    Court restrains media in phone tapping case
    NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Monday restrained the electronic and print media from telecasting or publishing the contents of unauthorised tapped telephone conversations involving Samajwadi Party general secretary Amar Singh or any other ...

    WATER FOR STATE
    Tamil Nadu wins case in dam row
    NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Monday directed the Kerala Government to raise the water level in the Mullaperiyar dam from 136 feet to 142 feet by permitting its further strengthening as suggested by the Central Water Commission. (Water from the ...

    Defence plea for list of CBI witnesses rejected
    RAE BARELI: The designated court hearing the Ayodhya demolition case against BJP leader L.K. Advani and seven others on Monday rejected the defence application seeking a list of CBI witnesses. Special CBI Judge V.K. Singh, who earlier ...

    Amendments to Cr.P.C. under study
    Jessica Lal case echoes in Parliament

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