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Tuesday, September 05, 2006
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Paris wants to "ease the energy needs" of New Delhi
Munda Government faces crisis
Three Ministers resign; look for greener pastures
The importance of an award
The cricketers and the coaches feel hurt when they are deprived of national awards, writes Makarand Waingankar
Former champions advance as a legend exits
Accent on sharpening fielding skills, says Chappell
Bangalore: Rifling in throws and sprinting hard to pouch some steepling hits, the batch of Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Suresh Raina, Munaf Patel, Sreesanth and Rudra Pratap Singh had an extended fielding session on the concluding day of their three-day ...
Give varsities autonomy: Kalam
Urges State government to integrate all varsities under the virtual university system
No clarification needed on statue issue: court
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Monday said no clarification was required on the issue of installation of the Sivaji Ganesan statue at the Kamarajar Salai-Radhakrishnan Salai junction in Chennai. The Madras High Court had asked the State to ...
President's plane searched
CHENNAI: President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam's Special IAF Boeing was searched with sniffer dogs after the police received an anonymous call about a bomb threat. The call came at about 10.45 p.m. The caller actually said that there was a bomb on ...
J&K Bar Association pulled up
"Keep the judiciary away from politics"
J&K sex scam: trial shifted to Chandigarh
In the interests of justice to transfer cases: Bench
Pawar's daughter to file papers
MUMBAI: The Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) on Monday decided to field Supriya Sule, daughter of the party chief and Union Agriculture Minister Sharad Pawar, for the Rajya Sabha seat of Maharashtra that fell vacant due to the death of party ...
Joseph steps down; Kuruvilla named new Kerala Congress(J) Minister
Joseph dubs IG's report `incomplete,' seeks judicial probe into allegation
A brand new deal now for Delhi voters
The just-ready report of Delimitation Commission proposes far-reaching changes in the Capital's electoral map
Oil firms' officers drop strike plan
NEW DELHI: Officers of state-owned oil firms on Monday night called off their proposed indefinite strike from Tuesday as they found the Government's offer on higher wages "reasonable" and considered Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's appeal not to ...
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