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    Not seeking selfish gains: Hu
    We are "true friends and partners "

    Women's Bill to be introduced
    Success of reservation at grass roots should encourage Parliament to follow suit: Manmohan

    Taj is marvellous, says Chinese leader
    AGRA: "Marvellous. Wonder of the world," wrote Chinese President Hu Jintao in the visitors' book after his 45-minute visit to the Taj Mahal here on Wednesday. Accompanied by his wife Liu Yongquing and more than 100 members of his party, the ...

    Foreign country and its spy agency pushing terrorists into hinterland: Patil
    There are plans to `occupy' some uninhabited islands and use them as bases for launching operations on the Indian coast

    Hu Jintao for stepped up talks on boundary
    Early settlement of row represents "shared wish"

    Left leaders call on Hu
    NEW DELHI: Chinese president Hu Jintao told the Left parties on Wednesday that his visit had a positive outcome and that India-China relations, transcending bilateral relations, had assumed a "global scope." He said the relations between the ...

    "Border issue shouldn't hinder progress"
    NEW DELHI: Terrorism and the border issue figured during a meeting between Leader of the Opposition in the Lok Sabha L.K. Advani and Chinese President Hu Jintao when the former called on the latter on Wednesday. During the 25-minute meeting, ...

    Vajpayee: UPA confused on tackling terrorism
    Says resuming dialogue with Pakistan at this juncture is futile

    Bangladesh CEC to go on leave
    DHAKA: Bangladesh's Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) Justice M.A. Aziz, whose removal was the major Opposition demand for ensuring a free, fair and credible election, has decided to go on long leave. The decision of the controversial CEC, ...

    Government and the Opposition set out priorities for the session
    Sachar, panchayati raj reports may be tabled on Monday

    Left to focus on price rise in Parliament
    Reduction in petrol and diesel prices also to be sought

    Kallis helps South Africa recover
    DURBAN: Makhaya Ntini, with his speed, bounce and wide of the crease release, and the much slower Shaun Pollock, with his straightness and twoway cut, make a fascinating new ball combination. The batsmen have to grapple with different lengths, ...

    All set for an engrossing Ashes
    England breathes easy as Bell is cleared to play

    England and Australia laid bare by ancient battle
    For once, history recedes into the background, writes Richard Williams

    Gemayel's death triggers sectarian tensions
    A heinous terrorist act, says Damascus

    Co-Chairs want commitment to sustained talks in Sri Lanka
    Alarm at rising violence and widespread human rights violations

    States asked to cut taxes on exports
    Leather identified as one of the thrust sectors

    Gateway buys 50.1 p.c. in Snowman Frozen Foods
    Gains entry into organised cold chain logistics business

    Sensex crosses 13700 mark
    MUMBAI: The Bombay Stock Exchange benchmark, Sensex, breached the 13700-mark for the first time and ended at a new high of 13706.53 on Wednesday, driven by sustained foreign institutional inflows amid firm Asian advices. Continuing its record ...

    State scores over others in resource mobilisation
    It is expected to net additional Rs. 2,500 crore this year

    Government to take steps to make Tamil High Court language

    `Free' advertisements on bus shelters
    CHENNAI: The sudden appearance of unauthorised advertisements on bus shelters in various parts of the city in the last couple of months has surprised officials. More than 500 bus shelters in the city and its suburbs have been used by a group ...

    RDX seized in Delhi; two arrested
    Leads to seizure of 1.65 kg of RDX, timers and Rs. 4.5 lakh Police suspect that the outfit had planned to carry out a major terrorist strike

    Old buses come under RTA scanner
    Schools without alternative can hire RTC buses, says official

    Resume KSTP work, Malaysian firm told
    THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Government has warned the Malaysian company that has been executing major stretches of the World Bank-aided Kerala State Transport Project (KSTP) to resume work unconditionally or get ready for renegotiation on Government ...

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