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Sunday, November 20, 2005
India welcomes efforts by Iran to address nuclear issues
IAEA appreciates access to sites of interest
BJP tells Speaker: we won't stall proceedings
Says it will, however, raise contentious issues
``NDA may fall short of majority''
NEW DELHI: The Nitish Kumar-led National Democratic Alliance may end up just short of a majority in the Bihar Assembly, exit polls conducted at the end of the final phase of polling predicted on Saturday. According to Zee News and Star TV ...
ISRO studying needs of manned space mission
At the moment there are no firm plans, but they are evolving: Madhavan Nair
Kalam presents Indira Gandhi peace prize to Thai princess
A Sanskrit scholar, the princess is keenly interested in epigraphy.
Counter globalisation, Karat tells students
HYDERABAD: The Communist Party of India (Marxist) on Saturday called upon the student community to be vigilant and gear up to counter the efforts to commercialise and privatise the education sector. CPI (M) general secretary Prakash Karat ...
Exploitation, deceit plague healthcare, says Amartya Sen
Health servants prefer seeing patients privately for money: report
Elephants arrive at rejuvenation camp
Arrangements made to ease their journey from various parts of Tamil Nadu
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