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Tuesday, July 27, 2004
`Energy policy package soon'
NEW DELHI, JULY 26.The Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh, said today that the Centre would set up a task force to evolve an energy policy package which would aim to provide electricity at affordable rates to all sections of society. "Exploitation ...
Narrow price band fixed for petrol, diesel
NEW DELHI, JULY 26. The Government today fixed a narrow price band within which oil companies can revise prices of products such as petrol and diesel every fortnight based on fluctuations in world markets. If the companies seek to raise or ...
All foreign troops should leave Iraq: Kharazi
NEW DELHI, JULY 26. "All foreign troops will have to leave Iraq before peace and stability can return to that country," asserts Kamal Kharazi, the Foreign Minister of the Islamic Republic of Iran, who is here on a two-day visit to "renew and ...
Nanavati panel tenure extended
NEW DELHI, JULY 26. The Union Cabinet today approved the further extension of the tenure of the Justice Nanavati Commission of Inquiry up to November 2, 2004. The one-man Commission was set up by the previous National Democratic Alliance (NDA) ...
Left parties seek review of duties
NEW DELHI, JULY 26. The Left parties today urged the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) Government to review the "unusually high" excise and import duties on petroleum products to give relief to the people. Reacting to the latest decision to fix a ...
India-China talks begin, statement likely today
NEW DELHI, JULY 26. The third round of talks on solving the India-China boundary dispute began here today. There was no official word about the talks and the External Affairs (MEA) Ministry spokesperson said a statement is likely tomorrow, ...
Ministries, monkeys and management
NEW DELHI, JULY 26. A secretary-level meeting, meant for upkeep of Shastri Bhavan, last week discussed, among other things, a rather curious issue the monkey menace. The sprawling complex houses several Ministries besides the Press ...
Doctor swears by mammography
CHENNAI, JULY 26. Pitching his argument in favour of mammography in the global debate on the safety of the procedure, Murali Sundaram, United States-based radiologist working with Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota, says, with all its ...
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