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July 7, 2004

Environmental degradation is affecting the Gods too--after all, where will the Govt get tonnes of wood required for the ...
November 8, 2004

The curtains came down on the first-ever national-level cultural festival in the outskirts of this commercial town.
January 3, 2004

A crucial meeting of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation begins in Islamabad on Sunday in the midst of ...
October 13, 2003

BSNL has come out with attractive Diwali offers for its cellone (mobile) prepaid customers and leased line Internet (san ...
April 29, 2005

The state tourism dept is sponsoring a 3-day extravaganza at Pelling in the West district.
October 11, 2003

At Five In The Afternoon is the first film to be released in Afghanistan since the demise of the Taliban regime that ban ...
November 27, 2003

The Excise Department?s revenue has been increasing ever since campaigning began. The sale is even higher than what is u ...
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October 14, 2003

No festival can do without glamour. It is a happy augury that IFFI organisers have begun to make amends by roping in the ...
December 14, 2003

Former Pakistani PM Benazir Bhutto said on Saturday that Indo-Pak tensions can be reduced only if democracy is restored ...
October 16, 2003

IFFI certainly isn?t moving to Goa next year. Only three preliminary meetings have been held so far but the proposed Goa ...
January 5, 2004

"I did not feel like being in a foreign country. Waise hi khet, waise hi khalihan, waise hi bargad, waise hi zameen
March 29, 2004

Will the Indo-Pak bonhomie - at the Dostkari fest in Delhi and the cricket audience in Pak - translate into lasting peac ...
January 5, 2004

Since India and Pakistan are looked as emerging leaders in regional trade, some argue that bilateral trade between the t ...
October 23, 2003

INDIA sprung a surprise on Pakistan on Wednesday by announcing 12 peace proposals with a view to taking forward Prime Mi ...
January 4, 2004

The seven-nation Summit opened on Sunday amid calls for unity and promises of better Indo-Pak ties.
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