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Friday, April 28, 2006
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People's revolution still alive
Medicos suspend agitation
Arjun Singh tells students he will hold talks on OBC quota after the polls
Send reply by Friday: EC
NEW DELHI: The Election Commission has asked the Cabinet Secretary to reply by Friday on the issue of Human Resource Development Minister Arjun Singh allegedly violating the model code of conduct by announcing the 27 per cent quota for OBC ...
Azad romps home with record margin
In other byelections, PDP, NC and an Independent win one seat each
CBI chargesheet ready against 5 Army personnel
The accused showed fake recovery of arms and ammunition from 5 killed civilians
Complaint against Karunanidhi
MADURAI.: A complaint has been lodged against Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam president M. Karunanidhi in a Madurai court on charges of attempting to create differences between two caste groups and cause disharmony. The former Chief Minister has been ...
Drop Dayanidhi Maran, demands Jayalalithaa
Accuses him of ``trying to arm-twist the Tatas''
India, Pakistan agree to work to finalise "Border Ground Rules"
Part of conventional CBMs between the two countries
Minister denies allegation
CHENNAI: Union Minister of Communications and Information Technology Dayanidhi Maran has denied the allegation that he threatened the Tata group in connection with their Direct-to-Home project. In a statement on Thursday, he described the ...
SEBI bars 24 operators
Interim order issued covering several DPs, financiers
70 per cent polling in West Bengal
No untoward incident reported, except for minor skirmishes, in the third phase of polling
Nepalis keep up the pressure
Many questions remain on eve of Parliament session
A roadmap for peace takes concrete shape
Many questions remain unanswered on eve of reconvening of Parliament; Maoists likely to stage rally today
Centre gives green signal to Bangalore Metro Rail project
Project estimated to cost Rs. 6,395 crore with a debt-equity ratio of 70:30
Campaign for second phase of polls ends
; tight security for the polls
Medical students threaten nationwide strike "in case Government goes back on its word"
Undergraduate students of five medical colleges to continue boycott of classes
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