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Japan lifts ban on import of Indian mangoes 24.6.2006 Rediff: Business
Japan lifts ban on import of Indian mangoes
Japan lifts ban on import of Indian mangoes 24.6.2006 New Kerala: Business India
New Delhi, June 23: Japan today formally lifted its two-decade old ban on the import of Indian mangoes.
Japan formally lifts ban on import of Indian mangoes 24.6.2006 New Kerala: Business India
New Delhi, Jun 23: Japan has formally lifted the ban on import of Indian mangoes, opening the market for the luscious Indian fruit after nearly two decades.
Japan lifts ban on Indian mangoes 24.6.2006 HBL: Front Page
After 20 years of haggle
Japan lifts ban on import of Indian mangoes 23.6.2006 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi: Japan has formally lifted a two-decade-old ban on Indian mangoes "after confirming that that there is no risk of infiltration of diseases and pests", said a government statement here Friday.
Japan formally lifts ban on import of Indian mangoesmajor step forward in securing market access 23.6.2006 Govt of india: PIB
Japan formally lifts ban on import of Indian mangoesmajor step forward in securing market access
Safe Motherhood campaign kicks off 23.6.2006 The Statesman
Safe Motherhood campaign kicks off
Japan lifts 20-year ban on Indian mango imports 23.6.2006 Business Standard
Japan lifts 20-year ban on Indian mango imports
Japan lifts ban on Indian mangoes 23.6.2006 CNN-IBN: Business
Japan has lifted the ban on import of Indian mangoes, providing market access to the fruits after 20 years.
Shipping lines oppose fresh charges at Kochi port 21.6.2006 HBL: Logistics
`TAMP has not considered views expressed by the companies'
Rainforests should be forever 20.6.2006 Hindu: Opinion
The montane forests of the western ghats are among the last remaining global biodiversity hot spots. These forests sustain a vast population through material ecosystem services such as water security and fish diversity. The flora and the fauna of ...
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BMIC first phase road stretch to be thrown open for traffic 16.6.2006 New Indian Express
BMIC first phase road stretch to be thrown open for traffic
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Protests mark hearing on Athirappilly project 16.6.2006 Hindu: Kerala
KSEB says the State is badly in need of such projects
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Call to accept Mukherjee panel's report 16.6.2006 The Assam Tribune
Call to accept Mukherjee panel's report
Around the City 16.6.2006 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
Vizag Seaport Private Limited -- a modern bulk cargo handling terminal operating EQ-8 and 9 berths in Visakhapatnam Port on BOT basis - has set a record by completing loading of 38,500 tonnes of iron ore per vessel - mv Fructidor - in 31 ...
Public hearing on Athirappilly project today 15.6.2006 Hindu: Kerala
Environmentalists say the project is likely to cause serious environmental damage
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Public meeting held on safe motherhood 13.6.2006 The Statesman
Public meeting held on safe motherhood
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NICE has not complied with environmental clearance norms? 13.6.2006 Hindu: Karnataka
Only expressway has MoEF clearance. Townships are yet to get the go-ahead
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'ASEB bent on increasing tariff' 12.6.2006 The Assam Tribune
'ASEB bent on increasing tariff'
Resolution on delimitation adopted by Sikkim Assembly 11.6.2006 New Kerala: India News
Gangtok, Jun 10: The Sikkim Assembly today adopted a resolution asking the Delimitation Commission of India not to finalise its report on delimitation of constituencies in the state until the Limbu-Tamang seat reservation issue was resolved.
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