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Beware flow of liquor from Goa, Gopalaswami asks Karnataka observers
“Election Commission has received complaints from some political parties”
Fire-affected flower sellers in Kolkata being rehabilitated
Temporary space located to enable sellers resume their activities
Khairlanji case verdict likely by month-end
Only 36 of the 70 prosecution witnesses examined; that is enough to provr guilt: CBI
BJP-JD(U) tensions at flashpoint
“BJP will at best make a token gesture to ally in Karnataka”
India-China air forces to interact in November
IAF open to the idea of joint fighter exercises
Shocking and unfortunate, says Antony
Thiruvananthapuram: Defence Minister A.K. Antony has described as “shocking and unfortunate” the killing of two Indian road engineers by Afghan militants on Saturday morning. Mr. Antony told presspersons here that it was most ...
Congress committed to political reservation for women: Sonia
Congress president says women should get their due share at every level
“I see more hope in the eyes of people”
Industrialisation the only way to ensure quality jobs, says Swraj Paul
U.S. award for Goa-based NGO
PANAJI: Sangath, a Goa-based public health institution focusing on child development, adolescent and family guidance and behavioural and mental health services, is one of the eight organisations from six countries that have won the 2008 ...
Air Force to place order for Akash missile system
Ashok Gehlot upset over Vasundhara’s remark
She hinted that Jakhar wanted to turn public opinion against her
Review move to close vaccine units: Brinda
NEW DELHI: CPI (M) Polit Bureau member Brinda Karat has asked Union Health and Family Welfare Minister Anbumani Ramadoss to reconsider the Ministry’s decision to stop production in three public sector vaccine units following the ...
“ULFA chief no longer in Bangladesh”
NEW DELHI: Bangladesh on Saturday said United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA) chief Paresh Barua was “no longer staying” in the country and promised that it would not hesitate in handing over any Indian fugitive to New ...
Row over sub-station at Commonwealth Games Village
Agencies squabble over who will foot the bill for the installation
Pitroda: Gujarat needs more schools, colleges
AHMEDABAD: Noted technocrat and National Knowledge Commission chairman Sam Pitroda has expressed reservations about the expansion of educational facilities in Gujarat. Mr. Pitroda, who was on a day’s visit to the State on ...
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