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    'Minimum nuclear deterrent policy essential'
    MADURAI, AUG. 28. The President, A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, has said a minimum nuclear deterrent policy for India is essential when the neighbouring countries possess nuclear weapons. Interacting with students at the Young Entrepreneur School of the ...

    Ozone-depleting halon phased out in India
    NEW DELHI, AUG. 28.In a major step towards implementing the Montreal Protocol, ozone depleting substance (ODS) halon has been phased out in India. No halon is now produced in the country and its use restricted for critical areas like protection ...

    Assam Rifles men appear before probe panel
    IMPHAL, AUG. 28.The four accused Assam Rifles personnel today appeared before the Manorama Death Inquiry Commission here, after avoiding appearance before it five times. The Chairman of the Commission and retired District and Sessions Court ...

    BJP outlines agitation plans in Bangalore
    CHENNAI, AUG. 28.A group of MPs, MLAs and other leaders of the Bharatiya Janata Party will stage a satyagraha in Bangalore from September 1 to 7 demanding the removal of the `tainted' Ministers from the Union Ministry, withdrawal of the cases ...

    Agitation will continue till cases are withdrawn: Sushma
    DHARWAD, AUG. 28. Uma Bharti, former Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh, developed a slight fever today. Ms. Bharti was still sleeping when the former Union Minister, Sushma Swaraj, paid her a visit this morning. Ms. Swaraj told presspersons that ...

    Warrant against Cadbury officials
    MUMBAI, AUG. 28.A local court has issued bailable warrants against five Directors of Cadbury India on a complaint of criminal breach of trust filed by a Delhi-based businessman for failing to return Rs. 22 lakhs paid by him for a five-year ...

    NCW seeks justice for women deserted by NRI husbands
    NEW DELHI, AUG. 28. Moved by the plight of women deserted by their Non-Resident Indian (NRI) husbands, the National Commission of Women (NCW) is in the process of drafting a policy on "minimum understanding" of the issue with other countries. ...

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