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Saturday, May 21, 2005
Kalam to leave on four-nation tour
NEW DELHI: President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam leaves here on Sunday to Moscow on the first leg of his four-nation tour of Russia, Switzerland, Iceland and Ukraine that will provide an opportunity to reaffirm and strengthen bilateral ties with these ...
Parties in row over transfers
Well within the law: Congress. It is not Rashtrapati `shasan' in Bihar but Rabripati `shasan,' says BJP leader
We are against hike in oil prices: Jyoti Basu
KOLKATTA: : Despite continuing differences with the United Progressive Alliance Government, especially over "economic issues", the question of the Left parties withdrawing support to it does not arise, veteran Communist Party of India (Marxist) ...
New officer to defend Anjali Gupta
Captain R. Vijay Kumar is the fourth defending officer in the case
Lalu puts on hold new catering policy
Left parties, NCP express reservations at meeting The decision was taken at a meeting between Mr. Prasad and a high-level delegation of the Left and other parties
Judges vacancies: apex court rejects petition
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court has dismissed at the admission stage a public interest litigation petition seeking urgent directions to fill the vacant posts of Judges in various High Courts and subordinate courts in the country. A Bench, ...
BJP, Congress cross swords over AMU's policy
We will fight the decision "tooth and nail,'' says Naidu
FDI for newspaper project cleared
NEW DELHI: In a major foreign direct investment proposal pertaining to the print media, the Centre on Friday permitted the Dublin-based Independent Printing Company Ltd. to join hands with the Kanpur-based Jagran Prakashan Pvt. Ltd. for printing ...
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