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Army sponsors IT courses for J&K students
January 2, 2006
Army will bear 50 per cent cost of the total expenditure incurred on the
of the students in the Valley.
Pondi seeks over Rs 54 lakh from Home Ministry
January 3, 2006
Amount sought for police force infrastructure, which includes upgrading facilities in
schools, forensic lab.
SEBI to employ external consultants
December 31, 2005
The re-engineering involves new products, procedures, attracting and retaining good people and strengthening
Women commandos raid men?s bastion
March 13, 2004
Friday is a special day for women in Pakistan. It is the day when the nation's second ever batch of women commandos fini ...
US anti insurgency Brigade in India
April 7, 2004
To counter rising urban guerilla attacks in Iraq and Afghanistan, US is raising mobile strike brigades and elements for ...
Are the militants getting desperate?
September 21, 2002
Young jehadis - who is
them?: - I am sure Pak will continue to aid militancy in Kashmir. It is utterly r ...
Young jehadis - who is training them?
September 20, 2002
Is infiltration continuing in J&K?: - Paksitan has only one agenda in J&K, that is to derail the election process ...
Racism acceptable in NHS, says BMA study
December 24, 2003
British Medical Association said racism is evident in access to medical
and careers, and is seen as "acceptable ...
Cricket in India: The Madness and the Glory
March 15, 2003
It was not meant to be like this. A nation going mad about a game with rules to suit the etiquettes and the tame physic ...
Sania Mirza chat
September 3, 2003
Junior Wimbledon title at sixteen but a star power big enough to keep shutterbugs busy. Sania Mirza is the latest star t ...
April 19, 2005
With a formal degree in Textile Designing and Pattern Cutting with a French
and a course from the prestigiou ...
Injury-hit West Indies face uphill battle
December 24, 2003
Brian Lara was injured in
on Wednesday as batsman Chris Gayle and Corey Collymore were ruled out of the second ...
The maths & chemistry of scientific rigging
April 8, 2004
Einstein was never known to have been very fond of algebra. But the man who gave the world perhaps the most recognisable ...
Excellent rural talent on display
February 20, 2006
EVEN WITHOUT any formal
they performed just like any other professional athlete. Over 2000 athletes from variou ...
Skip training & get blacklisted for ever
February 24, 2006
THE EXAMINERS, who fail to join the evaluation
programme organised by the Uttar Pradesh Madhymik Shikhsa Parish ...
Mandolin falls silent: Srinivas remembered by music lovers
Movie review by Anupama Chopra: Khoobsurat is pretty plain
Apple faces smartwatch ambush
Psy's 'Gangnam style' kick-starts Asian Games in Incheon
11-hour wait! Apple lovers queue up for iPhone 6
Pak politicians ejected out of plane for delay
So what about Bollywood itself, Deepika?
Assembly bypolls: BJP jolted in all, except Bengal
Better Together with UK: Scotland votes against independence
$100bn to $20bn: What missing billions say about Sino-India ties
BJP's battle within: It was Modi versus hardcore wing in bypolls
Seat-sharing row: Allies Shiv Sena, BJP try and hold on for now
India and China remain cautious despite warmth and achievements
New web, old tricks: JuD opens websites from US server
Scotland stays, but a less united UK ahead?
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