User: phemk23 Topic: Indian Agriculture
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PM to meet Chinese Premier today 24.10.2009 The Assam Tribune
PM to meet Chinese Premier today
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Protest over price rise 24.10.2009 The Telegraph : North East
Protest over price rise
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India for new initiatives with ASEAN on eco meltdown! 24.10.2009 Zee News : Business
India will make a strong pitch for new initiatives with ASEAN countries to collectively respond to challenges thrown up by the global economic meltdown and climate change during the two day India-ASEAN and East Asia Summits.
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Mob torches house of suspected Manipur rapist 23.10.2009 Oneindia.in: News
Keirao ( Manipur), Oct 23 (ANI): Irate mob burnt down the house of a person suspected of raping and murdering an 18-year-old woman, in Manipur's Keirao District.
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India for new economic initiatives with ASEAN 23.10.2009 Financial Express
India for new economic initiatives with ASEAN
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SPs vehicle attacked, office torched in anti-uranium blockade 23.10.2009 DNA: India
Stray incidents of stone pelting and burning of tyres were also reported from various parts of the state during the night blockade.
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SPs vehicle attacked, office torched in anti-uranium blockade 23.10.2009 Business Standard: News Now
The vehicle of a police officer was attacked and a government office torched as violence continued during road blockade by the Khasi Students Union (KSU) in protest against the proposed uranium mining project in Meghalaya.
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India for new initiatives with ASEAN 23.10.2009 Rediff: Business
India will make a strong pitch for new initiatives with ASEAN countries to collectively respond to challenges thrown up by the global economic meltdown and climate change during the two day India-ASEAN and East Asia Summits beginning in Thailand tomorrow.
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India for new initiatives with ASEAN on economic meltdown 23.10.2009 DNA: India
In a statement before his departure for Bangkok, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today said he will discuss with ASEAN leaders new initiatives to accelerate the process of engagement.
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India for new initiatives with ASEAN on economic meltdown 23.10.2009 Business Standard: News Now
India will make a strong pitch for new initiatives with the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) to collectively respond to challenges thrown up by the global economic meltdown and climate change during the two day India-ASEAN and East Asia Summits beginning in Thailand on Saturday.
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Satis Chandra Kakati - a journalist par excellence 23.10.2009 The Assam Tribune
Satis Chandra Kakati - a journalist par excellence
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Big win for Maligaon Don Bosco 23.10.2009 The Assam Tribune
Big win for Maligaon Don Bosco
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Srirampur residents resent soaring prices 23.10.2009 The Assam Tribune
Srirampur residents resent soaring prices
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Rising trend at source pushing up prices 23.10.2009 The Assam Tribune
Rising trend at source pushing up prices
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The Verdict: A long view of the Assembly elections 23.10.2009 CNN-IBN Top Stories
NOT A MANDATE FOR CONG: Panelists agreed Congress needed introspection on what went wrong in Haryana.An assessment of what the polls mean in terms of national politics.
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MCA (Military Civic Action) project 23.10.2009 Manipur: E-Pao
MCA (Military Civic Action) project
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FPS (Fair Price Shop) agent terminated 23.10.2009 Manipur: E-Pao
FPS (Fair Price Shop) agent terminated
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Details missing in web directory 23.10.2009 Manipur: E-Pao
Details missing in web directory
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Malda to have its first pulp processing factory 23.10.2009 The Statesman
Malda to have its first pulp processing factory
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Beautiful legacy hit by ruthless bid for survival 22.10.2009 Asian Age: Delhi
Sitting on a low stool, head bent over a metal holder, Gautam Bordoloi carefully chisels a gold band studded with rubies. One of the very few traditional jewellers to have remained loyal to the art in his village in Jorhat district, Bordoloi is an expert craftsman with a clientele that goes beyond the state’s borders. "Traditional Assamese jewellery designs are basically inspired by nature. Birds, animals, flowers — they all form an intricate part of the designs. That’s why they are so beautiful and never really go out of fashion. They are evergreen," Bordoloi smiled as he shaped the "dhanseera", a gold necklace with rubies shaped in the form of rice grains. Rich in flora and fauna, with golden paddy fields stretching to ...
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