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    Package for farmers
    Cabinet clears Rs.16,978.69 crore for 31 districts in 4 States

    No secret agenda to cap India's strategic programme: Mulford
    ``U.S. administration committed to getting nuclear deal done''

    INTERVIEW
    "The goalposts haven't been shifted and they will not be shifted"
    With the congressional elections scheduled to take place in November 2006, time appears to be running out for the passage of the legislation that will give effect to the nuclear co-operation deal between India and the United States. What are the chan ces that the U.S. Congress will enact the enabling law before its current term comes to an end? U.S. AmbassadorDavid C. Mulfordprovides answers to this and related questions in an interview in Chennai.

    Azad seeks clemency for Afzal
    For Manmohan's intervention to get presidential pardon

    Strike hits normal life in Kashmir
    Protest against court order to execute Afzal in Parliament attack case; 60 injured in clashes

    1993 Mumbai blasts: 5 more held guilty
    They were trained in making car bombs and using hand grenades

    IIM-A agrees to implement OBC quota in phases
    To approach the Centre for a one-time grant to create infrastructure facilities

    TENNIS
    Koubek springs a surprise on Ancic
    Dmitry Tursunov, Tomas Berdych make it to the semifinals

    CRICKET
    Prasanna gets lifetime achievement award
    MUMBAI: Spin maestro Erapalli Prasanna received the Castrol Lifetime Achievement award and a cheque of Rs. 5 lakh from former captain Ajit Wadekar at a glittering function here on Friday. Prasanna, 66, while thanking Castrol's initiative to ...

    Rangarajan for six-pronged growth strategy
    CHENNAI: Chairman of the Economic Advisory Council C. Rangarajan on Friday recommended a six-pronged strategy, including stepping up agricultural growth, developing infrastructure, particularly in the power sector, and providing good governance ...

    BUSINESS
    SEZs only way forward for job growth, says CII
    Focus on manufacturing and not services

    BILT to invest Rs 1,200 crore
    Negotiates with the State Government for putting up pulp plant

    INTERNATIONAL
    Iran rejects terms for nuclear talks
    Tehran not to suspend uranium enrichment

    U.N. envoy for tsunami recovery seeks revival of talks in Sri Lanka
    "Recovery process has ground to a halt in parts of north and east"

    Three killed in fire at cracker-making unit
    Five of the 12 injured admitted to hospital in critical condition

    Sealing: relief for traders
    Permitted to continue business

    Government hospital hit by staff, space shortage
    CHENNAI: Several floors of the new `twin tower' blocks of the Government General Hospital (GGH) that were declared open amid fanfare remain unutilised. The new buildings were inaugurated on July 1, 2005 on Doctor's Day. For over a year now, the ...

    Legislation soon to implement Nanjundappa panel report
    Kumaraswamy rejects Congress charge of laxity in flood relief work

    India-EU pact likely in Helsinki
    Free trade would be an important element

    5-year jail for Monica Bedi in fake passport case
    Revenue official, Assistant SI and postman get 3-year prison term for helping her

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