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Manmohan stresses on farm sector development
New Delhi, Aug. 15 (PTI): Describing farmers welfare as the core of all concerns, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today announced a slew of measures, including a whopping Rs 25,000 crore investment in the agricultural sector. In his address to the ...
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  • From the Print Edition
    Manmohan, Karat hold talks
    Polit Bureau to be briefed on the points discussed on nuclear deal

    Sonia Gandhi hails agreement, Manmohan
    NEW DELH: Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Tuesday congratulated Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and his team on accomplishing the 123 agreement after tough negotiations and endorsed it stating that it “fulfils all the ...

    Commemorating 60 years of Independence
    India can have it both ways: an ancient civilisation that is a confluence of many streams of humanity; and a relatively young independent nation. Its biggest achievement as an independent modern country is its vibrant political democracy. Its ...

    Bush greets Manmohan
    NEW DELHI: United States President George Bush called up Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to greet him on the 60th anniversary of the country’s Independence. Discuss various subjects The two leaders ...

    ‘Ensure equitable growth’
    NEW DELHI: President Pratiba Patil said on Tuesday that “we have to ensure equitable growth for all,” and invited countrymen to “look ahead to the glorious path of infinite possibilities that await India with open ...

    Autonomy for the States, federalism at the Centre
    The time is ripe now for establishing a true federal system that will strengthen the bonds of mutual cooperation, unity, and cordiality between the Centre and the States.

    Statement does not shed any new light: CPI(M)
    “It is difficult to agree with Manmohan that the agreement has no impact on our independent foreign policy”

    Russia vows strong support in NSG
    Ready to sign deal for 4 more reactors at Koodankulam

    No risk in selling uranium, says Downer
    SINGAPORE: Australian Foreign Minister Alexander Downer on Tuesday rejected concerns that Canberra’s proposed sale of uranium to India would pose a risk of proliferation of nuclear weapons. “I don’t think there is a ...

    India Inc. gives thumbs up to the deal, feels it is an achievement for Manmohan
    NEW DELHI: An impressing 79 per cent CEOs of top-of-the-line companies in India have given the thumbs up to the India-U.S. civil nuclear deal which they consider will go down in history as one of the most important achievements of Prime ...

    A one-sided pact: V.P. Singh
    Manmohan accused of concealing vital facts

    Sena men attack magazine office in Mumbai
    Protest against inclusion of Bal Thackeray in the “list of villains” in the Independence Day issue of Outlook

    Editors Guild condemns attack
    NEW DELHI: The Editors Guild of India on Tuesday condemned the “barbarous attack” on the office of the Outlook in Mumbai by Shiv Sena men in protest against depiction of party leader Bal Thackeray as a villain ...

    Ashok Chakra for three
    140 gallantry awards for the armed forces, Coast Guard and civilians

    Gradual approach to rupee convertibility: FM
    For buying assets abroad, prior RBI nod is necessary

    A proud moment, says Dravid
    ‘We played better in crucial moments’

    Kiefer beats an error-prone Safin
    Carlos Moya advances to the second round at Nalbandian’s expense

    Six killed in group clash at Tenkasi

    Central station autos to adopt pre-paid system
    CHENNAI: The Transport department has asked the autorickshaw stand at the Chennai Central railway station to collect the entire fare in advance than just fix the fare for a service charge. Senior transport officials said the move would ...

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