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Sunday, June 08, 2003
Cannes award to American film termed 'political'
CHENNAI, JUNE 7. When Gus Van Sant's American movie, `Elephant', won the prestigious Golden Palm and another top prize for direction at the recent Cannes International Film Festival, the Riviera watchers termed the awards political. They said the ...
Work for higher GDP growth: Kalam
KUPPAM, JUNE 7.The President, A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, has said a strong GDP growth alone can propel the country's overall development and asked the student community to work untiringly to achieve the goal. Inaugurating the Kuppam Engineering ...
14 militants gunned down
NEW DELHI, JUNE 7.Stepping up efforts to flush out terrorists from the mountain hide-outs in Jammu and Kashmir, the Army gunned down 14 militants, mostly belonging to Pakistan's Lashkar-e-Taiba and Jaish-e-Mohammad cadres, in intensified ...
Digital's 'end' is nostalgia time for Indian computer community
BANGALORE, JUNE 7. The official announcement from Mumbai today by Digital Globalsoft Ltd. that it would "combine with Hewlett Packard's India Software Organisation (ISO)" had been predicted by market watchers for a week now. But its actual ...
PoK belongs to India: Fernandes
MYSORE, JUNE 7. Dismissing Pakistan's claims on Jammu and Kashmir as "irrelevant", the Defence Minister, George Fernandes, today said that Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) belonged to India. He was reacting to Pakistan's recent claim that the ...
BJP promises have proved to be hollow: Sonia
BHUBANESWAR, JUNE 7. The Congress president, Sonia Gandhi, today said that the promises made by the Bharatiya Janata Party and its allies four years ago had proved to be khokhla (hollow). Addressing a well-attended rally at the ...
CII delegation for U.S.
NEW DELHI, JUNE 7.A core group of CII members will accompany Arun Jaitley, Minister for Commerce and Industry, who is leading an Indian business delegation to the U.S. The focus of the weeklong visit, beginning tomorrow, is to create an ...
India-Mercosur trade agreement to be signed soon
NEW DELHI, JUNE 7. India and the Mercosur group of countries in Latin America will sign a framework trade agreement later this month as a precursor to a preferential trading arrangement (PTA) and a free trade agreement (FTA). The agreement is ...
India, third largest provider of peacekeeping troops
NEW DELHI, JUNE 7.As the Vajpayee Government mulls over the request to dispatch troops to Iraq under the American-British "authority'' in Iraq, India remains the third largest contributor to United Nations peacekeeping missions worldwide. ...
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