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My teaching years were most satisfying, fulfilling: Manmohan
“Through teachers, flow the values and culture of a nation and its people”

High time to install a new government in Bihar: Rahul
“Money which reaches Patna from the Centre simply disappears”

Amnesty appeals to Maoists to release hostages
New Delhi: The Communist Party of India (Maoist), an armed Opposition group, must immediately stop holding as hostage the three remaining policemen it abducted in Lakhisarai district in Bihar five days ago, and must ensure their safety and ...

Dormant Tribal Affairs Ministry turns pro-active
NEW DELHI: Realising it was losing the turf war with the hyperactive Union Ministry of Environment and Forests on a subject that has become a top priority for the United Progressive Alliance government, the once comatose Tribal Affairs ...

Karat: Start political talks in J&K without preconditions
Appeals to Manmohan to take a bold initiative

BJP opposes third party intervention in Jammu & Kashmir
‘Kashmir is an integral part of India and not a disputed territory'

Dismissal shocking, says lecturer
KOCHI/THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: T.J. Joseph, a lecturer of Newman College, Thodupuzha, in Idukki district of Kerala, who was attacked by extremist elements in July, said on Saturday the management's action dismissing him from service was shocking ...

Arjuna Ranatunga advocates use of sports to ‘do a lot of things in the North'
CHENNAI: At a time the Sri Lankan government is involved in the resettlement and rehabilitation of Tamils affected by the decades-old but now concluded civil war, Arjuna Ranatunga, former captain of the Sri Lankan cricket team and Member of ...

Right to Food Campaign wants APL included in PDS
“The hungry must not be left out”

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