Monday, June 30, 2008

The Hindu June 30th, 2008

Monday, June 30, 2008

· India moots a price band for petroleum

· Sense prevails in Kashmir

· Can Sariska roar again?

· J&K Governor withdraws shrine board claim on land

· CPI(M) warns Centre again

· 32 constables missing after naxalite attack

· Fuel-efficient plane unveiled in China

· Interesting week ahead at Wimbledon

· New link for Agartala

· Centre to consider State’s demand to absorb farm loans

· 8,984 poll contestants disqualified

· Mugabe sworn in for sixth term

· Greyhounds become sitting ducks

· U.S. to remove Mandela from terror watch list

· “Civilians fleeing LTTE-held areas”

· China offers fresh talks to envoys of Dalai Lama

· Privacy concerns over U.S.-E.U. move

· “Madhes demand dangerous”

· Jindal faces recall petition

· Berlusconi seeks to end his legal woes

· North Pole may briefly have no ice this summer

· Prachanda for stronger relations with India on the basis of new realities

· Historic moment for Sariska tiger reserve

· Education can change lives in remote areas: Patil

· 7,468 custodial deaths in last five years

· Death sentence upheld

· Award for Janhit Foundation chief

· Rajasthan State has congenial atmosphere for industrial development, investors told

· Pranab’s call to statisticians

· God’s accessibility