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Saturday, July 02, 2005
Take care of the mentally challenged children, President Kalam tells doctors
Dr. B.C. Roy National Awards for 2003-04 conferred on 35 doctors
U.N. seat: U.K. gives active support
Britain to be a vocal and public supporter of India's cause
Defence pact with U.S. against national interests: Left
"Will only help serve Washington's strategic goals in Asia"
Vadodara flood situation grim
Army deployed in several districts to assist civilian administration in relief efforts
27 selected for national child award
NEW DELHI: Twenty-seven children have been selected for the National Child award for Exceptional Achievement for the year 2004. The winners include eight girls from Assam, Andaman and Nicobar, Goa, Haryana, Meghalaya, Manipur, Madhya Pradesh and ...
Kulkarni `offers' to step down
Advani camp suggests he was the villain of the Jinnah piece; `he misled BJP chief'
Congress to field Sunil Dutt's daughter
Priya Dutt's candidature announced after her meeting with Sonia
Recast RSS ties, Kulkarni urges Advani
Not good for BJP to be seen as being remote-controlled by an external entity, says letter
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