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Monday, October 13, 2003
Confusion, uncertainty dominate the political scene
NEW DELHI, OCT. 12. A series of recent developments has deepened the uncertainty and confusion in the run-up to the Assembly elections in five States at a time when one looked for clarity on the political scene. At one level, the two mainstream ...
India keeping a close watch on West Asia situation: Sinha
NEW DELHI, OCT. 12. The External Affairs Minister, Yashwant Sinha, today called for ``restraint, especially by Israel'', following the recent Israeli attack on Syrian territory. Briefing presspersons on the Prime Minister's special aircraft en ...
Reliance tie-up makes India testing ground for next-generation Internet TV
BANGALORE, OCT. 12. New technology to provide multiple-channel television content over the Internet that Microsoft will unveil on Monday may have its first airing in India. The software giant's Chief Executive, Bill Gates, is scheduled to ...
ASEAN response to India's initiatives positive: PM
NEW DELHI, OCT. 12. "The development of closer political and economic linkages between India and ASEAN is in consonance with our efforts for a multipolar world order and for expanding our economic opportunities," the Prime Minister, Atal Bihari ...
Cong.-NCP spat seen as a setback to anti-BJP forces
NEW DELHI, OCT. 12. The latest spat between the Congress and the Nationalist Congress Party, coming as it does on the heels of the souring of ties between the Congress and the Samajwadi Party, is being seen as a setback to those who would have ...
New tactics paying off in J&K: Army Chief
NEW DELHI, OCT. 12. The Chief of the Army Staff, N.C. Vij, has attributed the Army's increasing high-kill rates in Jammu and Kashmir to intensive patrolling and greater use of surveillance devices. The change in tactics and induction of new ...
Govt. to enforce TDSAT ruling on mobile phone companies
NEW DELHI, OCT 12.The Government today stated that it would ensure that limited mobility phone companies (WLL-M) adhered to licence conditions. This is a long-standing issue in the ongoing phone wars with cellular companies claiming that WLL(M) ...
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