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    Bharat stage-II grade diesel in many States from April 1
    NEW DELHI, MARCH 24. The Union Cabinet today decided to introduce the Bharat Stage-II grade diesel in all but seven States from April 1. The States where the introduction of the better quality diesel has been deferred are: Rajasthan, west Uttar ...

    ``RSS chief's statement anti-women''
    NEW DELHI, MARCH 24. The All-India Democratic Women's Association has condemned the "anti-women and anti-democratic'' statement reportedly made by the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief, K. Sudarshan, at a meeting of the Rashtriya Sevika ...

    Bill on panel to protect child rights gets Cabinet nod
    NEW DELHI, MARCH 24.The Union Cabinet today approved introduction of the Commission for the Protection of Child Rights Bill, 2005, in the current session of Parliament. This fulfils India's obligation as a signatory to the U.N. Convention on ...

    BJP seeks more tax relief
    NEW DELHI, MARCH 24. The Bharatiya Janata Party today demanded that the Government give further tax concessions to senior citizens, women and the salaried class when the Finance Bill comes up for discussion and voting in the second part of the ...

    Ananda Vikatan, largest-selling Tamil weekly
    CHENNAI, MARCH 24. Ananda Vikatan has emerged as the largest-selling Tamil weekly. The average circulation of the weekly now stands at 4,30,534 copies for the period July-December 2004, according to the Audit Bureau of Circulation. This ...

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