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    Planning Commission dissolves all panels
    NEW DELHI, SEPT. 30. In a bid to end the controversy over the inclusion of foreign experts in its consultative groups, the Planning Commission today dissolved all the panels it had set up for the midterm appraisal of the Tenth Five Year Plan. In ...

    Petrol, diesel prices not to be raised
    NEW DELHI, SEPT. 30. The Government today decided not to raise the prices of petrol and diesel despite a surge in world markets. Instead, the public sector oil companies would absorb the shock of the rise in international prices that are touching ...

    The least painful way out
    NEW DELHI, SEPT. 30. Even before the Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh, landed in Delhi from his seven-day foreign trip, he had made up his mind that his Government could not afford to stand on its prestige vis--vis the Left parties on the question ...

    Some U.S. curbs go
    WASHINGTON, SEPT. 30.The United States has formally notified the lifting of some sanctions against India's space and nuclear entitities. The U.S. Commerce Department said the ISRO headquarters in Bangalore has been removed from the Entity ...

    All steps to resolve Kashmir issue: Sonia
    KARGIL, SEPT. 30. The Congress president and United Progressive Alliance chairperson, Sonia Gandhi, today said the Government would take every step to resolve the Kashmir problem through dialogue. The talks with Pakistan would not only continue ...

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    Two of a kind
    Eyes fiercely following the course of the ball, mind and body in perfect harmony, the sphere being met from the middle of the willow, and the entire sequence of movement, a fine blend of concentration, purity, and balance. In his quest for ...

    Warne — confounding expectations
    Future historians of the game may come to regard the early years of the 21st century as a golden age for Test cricket, an era resplendent with competitive, dramatic encounters, fired by aggressive batting and captaincy, and graced with a duel for ...

    Conspiracy to oust my Government, says Mulayam
    MAINPURI, SEPT. 30.The United Progressive Alliance Government at the Centre is "conspiring to dismiss my Government on the law and order issue," the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Mulayam Singh Yadav, said today. However, he would not let any such ...

    GDP grows 7.4 p. c. in first quarter
    NEW DELHI, SEPT. 30. There has been an all round growth in the economy in the first quarter of 2004-05, leading to an overall gross domestic product (GDP) growth of 7.4 per cent. The corresponding growth in 2003-04 was only 5.3 per cent. Data ...

    46 killed in Iraq blasts: Many children among casualties
    MANAMA, SEPT. 30. At least 46 persons have been killed and 208 wounded, including many children in three near simultaneous bomb blasts in south Baghdad today. The triple explosions targeted a convoy of American military vehicles. The second ...

    Hurriyat leader shot dead
    SRINAGAR, SEPT. 30. In the third attack on separatist leaders within four months, unidentified gunmen today shot dead a leader of the moderate faction of the Hurriyat Conference in the city, official sources said. Mohammad Rafiq Shah alias ...

    NCP expels 13 rebels
    MUMBAI, SEPT. 30.The Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) today expelled 13 rebel candidates who have filed their nominations for the coming Maharashtra Assembly elections. These include three sitting legislators and its former president, Babanrao ...

    Show proof of recognition: BCCI
    NEW DELHI, SEPT. 30. The telecast rights dispute before the Supreme Court today saw the Board of Control for Cricket in India daring the Union Government to show any proof of grant of "recognition" to it as the apex body administering cricket and ...

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