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January 1, 2006

Assam Govt has offered safe passage to ULFA cadres from Jan 7 to 21 to visit their families during the Magh Bihu festiva ...
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.
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 16, 2003

IFFI certainly isn?t moving to Goa next year. Only three preliminary meetings have been held so far but the proposed Goa ...
October 30, 2003

Ustad Amjad Ali Khan has been conferred the Commandeur dans l?Ordre des Arts et des Lettres by the French government.
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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 31, 2003

Elections are probably the biggest democratic festival a democratic country celebrates and none could remain untouched w ...
December 27, 2003

It has been a smashing year for Asians in the field of arts and it would not be unfair to say that the fairer sex outsho ...
January 31, 2004

Despite two suicide attacks, people of Kabul is undeterred as they prepare to celebrate the biggest Muslim festival.
November 27, 2003

The Excise Department?s revenue has been increasing ever since campaigning began. The sale is even higher than what is u ...
January 28, 2004

A sparkling century by Hemang Badani helped India beat the Prime Minister's XI by just one run in an exhibition one-day ...
May 6, 2004

It is heartening that efforts are afoot to promote India's rich cultural and artistic heritage, writes Nabanita Sircar.
April 21, 2004

Dr Chandra Prakash Kala is an ethnobotanist at GB Pant Institute of Himalayan Environment and Develoment in Kosi, Almora ...
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