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Saturday, July 15,  2006


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                                                                                                                   From, July 09, 2006 to July 15, 2006 

Simply Herself

She can sing Madhuvanti with a traditional flourish and also enjoy jazz on her iPod. Shubha Mudgal straddles a range of musical worlds with elan

Q&a: 'Iitians Are India's New Brand'

The IIT fraternity in North America held its annual North American Regional Conference in Toronto recently. Rabiz Foda, a graduate of IIT Bombay and chairman of the conference, spoke with Gurmukh Singh about the outcome of the two-day event:

'We Should Not Be A Haughty Big Brother To Nepal'

Devi Prasad Tripathi, general secretary, Nationalist Congress Party, has been associated with Nepal since his days as a student leader at Delhi's Jawaharlal Nehru University

'India Has Enough Uranium'

From the moment United States President George W Bush and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh announced the India-US civilian nuclear agreement, US Congressman Gary Ackerman has been a major supporter of the accord.

'Offering Low Fares Is Not Enough'

Air Deccan has been pioneer of low-cost airlines in India. It is pursuing its vision of “empowering every Indian to fly” by providing low airfares and linking unconnected cities.

Pakistani Minister Says Bombs Show Need For Talks

Bombings which killed more than 160 people in Mumbai, India on Tuesday showed that Pakistan and India need to resolve disputes that can be exploited by extremists, Pakistan's foreign minister said.

Grenade Attacks May Derail Tourism Industry

Blasts won't affect tourist influx: traders Sixth attack on tourists since beginning of this year's tourist season Mainstream, separatist political parties condemn attacks Perpetrators of violence will only invite people's wrath: Azad

Q&a: 'Reservation Is The Issue, Aiims Just An Incident'

Union health minister Anbumani Ramadoss is no stranger to controversy. He claims he has never interfered in the running of AIIMS and tells Narayani Ganesh that Dr P Venugopal, AIIMS director, has himself conceded this point before the current . . .

Kiran Uttam Ghosh

She's trimming the hemlines and gearing up for her debut at the upcoming Rome Fashion Week

Musharraf’s Kashmir Vision Evokes Popular Support: Attique

Sardar Attique Ahmad Khan, president ruling All Jammu and Kashmir Muslim Conference, (AJKMC) has said that President General Pervez Musharraf’s Kashmir Vision has evoked popular support in Kashmir.

S.Lanka Monitors Say Not Peacekeepers, Still Useful

Sri Lanka's unarmed ceasefire monitors are no peacekeeping force, their head said on Friday, but they are helping reduce violence in the island nation and an attempt by Tamil rebels to cut them back could be harmful. 

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