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Saturday, December 23, 2006
Pakistan must act, says Antony
If it is sincere in improving ties, it must stop encouraging infiltration: Defence Minister
Pawar for thrust to farm sector
M.S. Swaminathan hopes for a "dream budget" for agriculture
Biometric passports to be introduced soon: Pranab Mukherjee
The move will prevent a person from holding more than one passport in different names
Mamata must come for talks: Basu
KOLKATA: If Mamata Banerjee believes that the State Government is "lying" on the question of acquisition of farmland for the Singur project, she "should tell the people" about it but only after having discussions with the Government and checking ...
Deve Gowda `suspended' from JD(S)
Surendra Mohan requested to take over as new president
Parliament must ratify treaties: Jayalalithaa
CHENNAI: General secretary of the All-India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam Jayalalithaa on Friday called for carrying out an amendment to the Constitution providing for Parliamentary ratification of every treaty entered into by the Executive ...
Superspeciality hospitals in the south
SALEM: : The Union Health Ministry has undertaken an ambitious project to convert five Government Medical College hospitals in Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Kerala and Andhra Pradesh into superspeciality facilities at a cost of about Rs. 520 crore. ...
More AIDS counselling centres proposed
Plans to establish 4,955 ICTCs that will carry out 21 million AIDS tests a year
Task Force on J&K submits report to Manmohan Singh
Claim on cure rejected
NEW DELHI: The National AIDS Control Organisation (NACO) has refuted the claim reportedly made by Baba Ramdev that yoga can cure AIDS and condoms cannot prevent it. It said in a press release here on Friday that while yoga and regular ...
"Prime Minister's statement bold"
NEW DELHI: Union Water Resources Minister Saifuddin Soz, on Friday, congratulated Prime Minister Manmohan Singh for his statement on the need to sort out all outstanding issues with Pakistan. "I characterise the Prime Minister's statement as a ...
Manmohan discusses pension reforms
Creation of infrastructure development fund is one of their suggestions
Congress: not just Mulayam protocol
BJP leaders enjoying State hospitality
A routine threat assessment, says Ministry
NEW DELHI: The Union Home Ministry on Friday clarified that it carried out periodic threat assessment for all its VIP protectees. A similar exercise was undertaken in view of the forthcoming festivals, Republic Day functions and assembly ...
Anti-ragging panel to hold debates
NEW DELHI: The R.K. Raghavan committee, formed to suggest a solution to end ragging on the campus, will hold public discussions in Delhi, Chennai, Bhopal, Patna, Kochi, Guwahati, Bangalore, Hyderabad and Pune. It has also invited suggestions ...
Accept farm panel report: Karnataka
NEW DELHI: Karnataka, on Friday, urged the Centre to accept the recommendations of the National Commission on Farmers headed by agricultural scientist M.S. Swaminathan and provide adequate infrastructure and budgetary support to translate them ...
Two killed in Sopore shootout
Incident occurred after the afternoon prayers, situation reported to be tense
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