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    Manmohan: Third World cannot accept a freeze on global inequity
    Global environment-friendly technologies must be available to all

    Centre orders probe into Noida killings
    Committee report in a fortnight

    Police stop rally at Singur
    SINGUR (WEST BENGAL): Police on Wednesday stopped a rally here by the Trinamool Congress-backed Krishi Jami Raksha Committee to protest against the acquisition of land for the proposed Tata Motors project after a warning from the State ...

    IT cases: proceedings against Jayalalithaa, Sasikalaa stayed
    Supreme Court observes that the matter requires examination

    38 persons taken ill after dinner
    They included delegates, police personnel for the science meet

    Phone-tapping rules to be notified
    Solicitor-General tells Supreme Court

    Restrain coercive action: ESPN-Star Sports
    Supreme Court issues notice to Centre, Prasar Bharati on plea

    Smith, Amla lead South African fightback
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    ISRO plans moon rover
    It will be a part of second Chandrayaan mission in 2010 or 2011

    Six policemen dismissed
    LUCKNOW: The Uttar Pradesh Government on Wednesday dismissed six policemen and placed under suspension three others, including the then SSP of Gautam Buddha Nagar (Noida), Piyush Mordia. The move follows the findings of the two-member ...

    Joint ventures likely to build houses for the urban poor
    Amendments to be introduced in next legislature session

    Victim's father relates tale of all-round apathy
    Fears that the police will get him killed in fake encounter

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