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Arjun Kills Education Bill, Moots Muslim Reservation
Human Resource Development Minister Arjun Singh scuttled an important Right to Education Bill to make way for his reservation schemes that violate Constitutional norms for different pockets of population that is to now include “backward” Muslims.
Mumbai Restarts, Terrorist Hunt Continues
Terrorists Target Mumbai Again
Focus on Children with AIDS
India to be Major Textile Supply Hub
Dictatorship at AIIMS
North Korean Missiles Shakes Up the World
Farm Sector Disagreements Stall WTO
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  • Arjun Kills Education Bill, Moots Muslim Reservation
    Human Resource Development Minister Arjun Singh scuttled an important Right to Education Bill to make way for his reservation schemes that violate Constitutional norms for different pockets of population that is to now include “backward” Muslims.<More>

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  • Mumbai Restarts, Terrorist Hunt Continues
    In true defiance of terrorism, Mumbai restarted life in just 12 hours after 8 blasts ripped through suburban trains causing scores of death and mayhem even as authorities are on heels of Islamic terrorists from Pakistan outsourced terror to local disenfranchised youth.<More>

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  • Terrorists Target Mumbai Again
    Terrorists struck Mumbai, the Indian financial nerve center, by blasting a string of 7 powerful bombs within 11 minutes on commuter trains and stations packed to the brim at commute hour killing 150 people and injuring 439 others.<More>

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  • Focus on Children with AIDS
    National AIDS Control Organization (NACO) Director-General Sujatha Rao said that her organization has “finalized the treatment protocol for pediatric AIDS” and “awaiting Government clearance” to “train doctors to start the program in medical colleges.” <More>

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  • India to be Major Textile Supply Hub
    A US Department of Agriculture's Economic Research Service report said that there will be increased foreign investment in Indian cotton and textile industries that could propel the nation as a major global clothing supplier.<More>

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