Friday, January 22, 2010

Friday, January 22, 2010

22/1
• A step in the right direction
• Readying for the Games
• U.S. warns of threat from terror syndicate
• Ignoring Pakistani players very shocking: former Foreign Secretaries
• Clinch economic pact by year-end: Malaysia
• NIMHANS keen on researching Jyoti Basu’s brain
• NIA files FIRs in four cases
• New pension scheme introduced
• Wireless sensor system to stop jumbos
• Republicans snatch Senate seat
• Our crimes against our children
• Price rise: it’s time to act, BJP tells Manmohan
• Centre plans judicial panel on Telangana
• Further pacts only after studying benefits, Antony tells Gates
• Scrap NSA post, says Brajesh Mishra
• It’s for States to decide on milk prices: Sharad Pawar
• India most favoured by Afghans: poll
• Meet against GM crops
• India, Malaysia sign extradition agreement
• New technology for studying arterial blocks
• Pilot happy with ‘Project Arrow’
• India urges WHO to clarify on A (H1N1) pandemic
• World Spice Congress in Delhi
• Inter-State police teams to safeguard trains, passengers
• Rs.1,000 cr. allotted for mental health care
• Election Commission poised for diamond jubilee
• “Understand nature of naxal menace”
• CIC order puts External Affairs Ministry in a spot
• Erich Segal, writer and classics scholar, dead
• Unique parents




21/1


• India to remain a key market
• India, China look to address growing trade gap
• Currency futures permitted in euro, pound, yen
• The Afghan quandary
• Oldest four-legged animals
• Tearful farewell to Jyoti Basu
• Bond and Pollard, biggest buys
• China for “constructive measures” to ease tensions
• ‘Food prices may decline after rabi’
• Rahman again in the running for Oscar
• Murthy first cinematographer to win Phalke award
• ‘I never expected this award’
• India to emerge as global renewable energy powerhouse
• Rajapaksa, Fonseka vow to curb secessionism
• Paid news, a deep-seated malaise
• CIC order puts External Affairs Ministry in a spot
• AWACS to be showcased on Republic Day
• Junior Ministers take complaint to Manmohan(!!!!)
• Pratibha to inaugurate EC diamond jubilee
• Renewable energy certificate norms announced
• Understand true nature of naxal menace: Chidambaram
• Delhi High Court gets second e-court
• President meets brave children
• Centre mulls direct inclusion of SCs and STs in BPL list
• My speech made no reference to NSA’s office: Chidambaram
• D-Cs made nodal officers for social schemes
• CIC order puts Foreign Office in a spot
• EC poised for diamond jubilee
• More effective externally than internally
• Malaysia and the growing importance of India
• Atonement of sins






19/1

• Bids to be invited for UMPP in Chhattisgarh
• ‘Timely measures ensured recovery’
• No interim relief for Dadri plant
• The truth about Mumbai matters
• There goes the sun!
• Taliban attacks Kabul
• 44 institutions to lose deemed varsity status
• We have no agenda in Afghanistan: India
• Minorities’ quota: Centre to await court order
• Tendulkar notches up 44th Test hundred
• Ukraine vote leads to runoff
• Cecil B. DeMille lifetime achievement award for Scorsese
• A debate that threatens France’s social fabric
• Basu and Mother Teresa: a special association
• Robert Gates coming today
• SCs, STs in BPL list under study
• Court declines to entertain plea against Statehood for Puducherry
• My speech made no reference to NSA’s office: Chidambaram
• Basu’s land reforms unmatched: AIDWA
• ‘Norms flouted, no quality research in deemed varsities’
• 44 institutions to lose deemed university status
• Not taking any chances
• Government contention vindicated: Jairam Ramesh
• Thai envoy to lead delegation to Guwahati trade fair
• Fisherfolk join the fight against nuclear plant in Jaitapur
• Wooing youth
• Wholesale sugar prices have dipped: Pawar
• ‘Take micro-level steps to prevent farmers’ suicides’
• ‘My speech made no reference to NSA’s office’
• “Take micro-level steps to prevent farmers’ suicides”
• Showcasing Pablo Picasso’s masterpieces for art lovers
• Commerce and the Constitution
• Crying for the Lord

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