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ONGC launches country’s first helium extraction pilot plant in Kuthalam
Helium has crucial applications in space technology

Cabinet decided to send me to Kandahar: Jaswant
New Delhi: In remarks that are at variance with those of L.K. Advani, senior BJP leader Jaswant Singh on Saturday said the decision to send him to Kandahar in 1999 during the Indian Airlines plane hijack crisis was taken by the Cabinet ...

Package ready for Kashmir migrants
New Delhi: The Centre on Friday informed the Supreme Court that it had prepared a Rs. 1,618-crore package for return and rehabilitation of Kashmiri Pandits and other migrants, forced to move out of their land. Solicitor-General G.E. ...

“Vajpayee displayed courage”
Mumbai: The former President, A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, was on Sunday all praise for the “courage” shown by the then Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, in deciding to go for the Pokhran tests in March 1998. “Mr. Vajpayee ...

Ex-soldiers of India and Pakistan on peace mission
MUMBAI: It looked like a military reunion of former officers and commanders all exchanging amazing anecdotes and jokes amidst applause and laughter.The only difference was that they belonged to both sides of the divide that separates Pakistan ...

Sena targets newspaper supplement, school
Mumbai: The Shiv Sena on Sunday started an agitation against establishments using the word “Bombay” and targeted a reputed school and a newspaper supplement. Apparently moved by party MP and Executive Editor of the ...

‘Taare Zameen Par’ moves Manmohan
New Delhi: Aamir Khan’s film “Taare Zameen Par,” which has won critical acclaim, has moved Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. “The film has lessons for our educational system,” Dr. Singh said after watching ...

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