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2004: PC running on MS word
Between the two of them, Manmohan Singh and P. Chidambaram have produced at an interval of six years budgets that have changed the face of the Indian economy. In 1991, hardly anyone expected a burst of reforms; in 1997, even fewer expected a shower of tax cuts. ...  | Read.. 
 
Catch 12 for downsize CM
Chief minister Arjun Munda today discovered to his discomfiture that he can neither have more than 12 ministers nor can he have less than 12 — a seemingly absurd situati ...  | Read.. 
 
Lapang at Delhi door
Meghalaya chief minister D.D. Lapang today requested the Centre to solve the longstanding boundary dispute between his state and Assam, reports our correspondent. ...  | Read.. 
 
Building rules
The state government today said it would not interfere in constructions on land belonging to closed or sick companies so long as they followed the law. ...  | Read.. 
 
Calling cards of hands that chiselled Taj
Archaeologists find names of 350 labourers on boundary wall slabs
The fingers may have been chopped off, but the fingerprints have survived. ...  | Read.. 
 
Chidambaram in his office on the eve of the budget. (Reuters)
 
 
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Apang downfall from downsize
The BJP-led United Democratic Front (UDF) government in Arunachal Pradesh became the first casu ...  | Read..
Sonia holds court at power centre
On her left sat the Prime Minister. On her right, the man in charge of defence. But neither spo ...  | Read..
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Survey alert on school dropout rate
The latest economic survey has thrown up a few bright facts on educati ...   | Read.. 
 
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HC panel lash on hospitals
Those at the helm of administration in different hospitals across Beng ...   | Read.. 
 
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New religious laws put UK Muslims in a quandary
Muslim groups were today unsure whether to welcome or oppose legislati ...   | Read.. 
 
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‘Matchwinner’ Nehra pips Agarkar
As expected, the Ashish Nehra vs Ajit Agarkar debate took up most of t ...   | Read.. 
 
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Ground rules for sick plots
anything, repeat anything, can be built at the site of a closed or sick in ...   | Read.. 
 
Opinion More.. 
Governor controversy
The author is visiting professor of government, Harvard University ...   | Read.. 
 
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Wraps off charter of change
The government is shooting for industrial growth of over 10 per cent — ...   | Read..