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    Modi making false claims: Manmohan
    “An atmosphere of fear prevails in Gujarat”

    Advani attacks Sonia for demonising Modi
    NEW DELHI: Leader of the Opposition in the Lok Sabha L.K. Advani on Friday criticised Congress president Sonia Gandhi for “demonising” the “democratically elected” Chief Minister of Gujarat Narendra Modi as a ...

    Manmohan hopeful on deal
    Left, BJP ask government not to proceed with the nuclear agreement

    Yashwant Sinha met Japanese counterpart briefly in 1991
    NEW DELHI: In the second week of April 1991 the Chandra Shekhar government’s Finance Minister, Yashwant Sinha, travelled to Tokyo in search of early disbursement of promised aid to help tide over the economic crisis at home. On April 11 ...

    Modi charges Congress with double standards
    Says it disobeyed court verdict on Afzal

    Manmohan declines comment on Narendra Modi’s remark
    Says the law will take its course if charge is proved

    “Talks with Pakistan will resume soon”
    NEW DELHI: Foreign Secretaries of India and Pakistan will meet after the new Government is installed in Islamabad in January, External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee told newspersons here on Friday after meeting his counterpart ...

    SAARC legal experts to meet in Colombo: Pranab
    To finalise text of legal assistance agreement for tackling criminals and checking undesirable activity

    Parliament adjourned sine die
    NEW DELHI: The winter session of Parliament was adjourned sine die on Friday. This was one of the shortest sessions in recent years. With 17 sittings, the session lost much time in both the Lok Sabha and the Rajya ...

    CRICKET
    Fitness worries for India ahead of series decider
    The conditions suggest inserting the opposition could be a wise ploy

    CRICKET
    It’s been an incredible journey


    CRICKET
    Tendulkar, Dhoni doubtful starters
    Bangalore: Sachin Tendulkar cast a shadow over the pre-match press conference at the Chinnaswamy Stadium here on Friday. Just as the media was settling down, Anil Kumble read out from a prepared statement that hinted at Tendulkar being a ...

    CRICKET
    Opportunity for Pakistan to level series


    SQUASH
    Pakistan blanks India
    Saurav goes down fighting to Amir

    HOCKEY
    Germany at its menacing best; Korea sitting pretty
    Kuala Lumpur: Who will be the challenger to Germany in Sunday’s final is a poser that is haunting hockey aficionados here. The Germans are playing at their best form and have booked their 15th final in the Champions Trophy. ...

    CHESS
    Parimarjan slips on the threshold of victory
    NEW DELHI: Himanshu Sharma is doing just enough to stay ahead. Defying the odds, this International Master from Haryana once again proved that he is neither intimidated by the rating nor the reputation of his rival. Playing against ...

    INTERNATIONAL
    Hindraf never established links with LTTE, says Uthayakumar


    Nuclear energy not sustainable yet, says Dutch Minister
    The Netherlands’ only operational nuclear plant will be shut down by 2033

    INTERNATIONAL
    Riyadh working for reconciliation between Musharraf, Chaudhary
    ISLAMABAD: Saudi Arabia, which played a key role in the September deportation of former Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif from Pakistan to Jeddah, later forcing President Pervez Musharraf to allow him back to the country, appears to be ...

    INTERNATIONAL
    Pressure on developing nations to adopt emission limits
    Bali: Sources close to the Indian delegation to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) conference here suggest the so-called “Bali breakthrough” might be harder to achieve than previously ...

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    BUSINESS
    Sustaining growth, a ‘critical challenge’
    Reform measures improve competitiveness of economy, says Mid-Year Review

    BUSINESS
    DIAL ties up bank loans
    Capital expenditure for the first phase of the airport project put at Rs. 8,900 cr.

    BUSINESS
    Sun opens war chest for Open Source developers
    Announces awards totalling $1 m a year

    Award for Indian film-maker
    Film shows how Indians recycle paper

    Joggers’ track demolished
    TAMBARAM: An incomplete joggers’ track near the Kottivakkam beachfront, work on which was taken up under a scheme of the Tamil Nadu Tourism Development Corporation (TTDC), was demolished by officials of the Revenue Department on Friday. ...

    Forest Act will be in force from January 1
    NEW DELHI: The Scheduled Tribes and Other Traditional Forest Dwellers (Recognition of Forest Rights) Act, 2007, will become operational from January 1, 2008 and the rules will be notified immediately, the government informed the Lok Sabha on ...

    Drug information centre opened
    Three pharmacologists will answer patients’ queries

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