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Thursday, November 16, 2006
Sealing drive triggers panic
IIPM buildings pulled down, several organisations vacate premises
Corporates oppose law for quota
Industry agrees to take voluntary affirmative action for the progress of SC and ST
BJP list finalised
NEW DELHI: The Bharatiya Janata Party's Central Election Committee decided here on Wednesday to contest both the Lok Sabha seats in Andhra Pradesh for which by-elections are to be held on December 4. It finalised the candidature of Vidyasagar ...
Hamid Karzai praises India for support
Afghanistan President takes a trip down memory lane
Adopt Karnataka formula on reservation for Muslims: Deve Gowda
Four per cent quota for Muslims smoothly implemented in State
They are happy but also sad
Durga Doondeswar and Teja Sai were drowned in Munneru rivulet after they saved 6 students
Atmosphere at talks very good, says Kasuri
Dates for meeting between Foreign Ministers being worked out, he says
Aishwarya `surprised' over parcel
JAIPUR/MUMBAI: Bollywood star Aishwarya Rai on Wednesday expressed surprise at reports that the Customs department had received a parcel, containing 23,000 euros (Rs. 13 lakh), addressed to her. She said she would sort out the issue with the ...
Siachen is safe, says Antony
NEW DELHI: Defence Minister A. K. Antony on Wednesday said "there was no question" of demilitarising the Siachen Glacier till Pakistan agreed to authenticate the positions held by troops of both sides. "If they do it [jointly marking current ...
Review defence purchase measures: CAG
`Present system is not ideal for the modernisation'
GoM resolves issues on Tribal Rights Bill
Legislation to be placed before Cabinet
CPI (M) concern over rising prices
Polit Bureau against decision to open "franchise postal outlets throughout the country"
Netaji Subhas Open University wins Commonwealth award
The eight-year-old university has more than 85,000 students
Pulses export cannot be banned retrospectively
Apex court slaps exemplary costs on Government
CPI (M) wants time-bound probe
Dalit killings: Brinda Karat meets PM
AERB gets ISO certification
MUMBAI: The Atomic Energy Regulatory Board (AERB) in charge of protecting people from radiation, by enforcing stringent norms for performance of different nuclear activities in the country, has got ISO 9001.2000 Certification from the Bureau of ...
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