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Competition watchdog operational from today 20.5.2009 Rediff: Business
Two sections of the Competition Act still to be notified.
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Indonesian plane crashes, at least 93 dead 20.5.2009 Express India-- Front Page
At least 93 people are dead following the crash of a military plane on the Indonesian island of Java. Troops and their families were on board.
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Who falls if India rises? 20.5.2009 TOI: Columnists
If Team Rahul gets so much support - and with radiant faces like Jyotiraditya, Sachin and Jitendra Singh - it is able to deliver in national interest, should we remain adamant and say: Hey, you are bad till you join our party? They are Indians and have been voted to power by an Indian electorate.
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Present economic crisis and globalisation 20.5.2009 The Assam Tribune
Present economic crisis and globalisation
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Indonesian military plane crashes, at least 68 dead 20.5.2009 Express India-- Front Page
An Indonesian military plane carrying more than 100 people crashed and burst into flames, killing at least 68 people, officials said.
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Contraction easing, recovery likely by year-end: Zoellick 20.5.2009 Financial Express
Contraction easing, recovery likely by year-end: Zoellick
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It’s going to be a bleak year 20.5.2009 The Statesman
It’s going to be a bleak year
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India ranked 13th in recession 'stress test' 20.5.2009 Rediff: Business
The stress test finding, favouring small countries, goes against generally prevalent economic thinking that large economies like China and India are better placed to face economic slowdown because of the diversified nature of the economy, in which some sectors witness robust demand to mitigate the impact of a demand slowdown in other sectors.
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State to have 20 more farmers’ schools 20.5.2009 Hindu: Karnataka
Farmer-scientist interaction meet held
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Contraction easing, recovery likely by year-end: Zoellick 20.5.2009 Financial Express: Front Page
The pace of contraction in world economic output appears to be easing and recovery could begin at the end of this year, World Bank President Robert Zoellick told Spanish television on Tuesday.
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Now, farmers will cultivate marketing skills 20.5.2009 Hindustan Times: India
The farmers in the state will soon enter the competitive world of agricultural growth and marketing of their agro products, reports Dharmendra Jore.
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Supreme Court gives more time for work on Pangode market 20.5.2009 Hindu: Kerala
Verdict unclear about shifting or modernising the market
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Search on for economists to fill Govt, RBI posts 20.5.2009 HBL: Government
New Delhi, May 19 Economists may be in excess supply but good ones are not. That has made the government’s job just that bit harder because many top posts in the government and the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) have to be filled in the
20 more farmers’ schools in State 20.5.2009 Hindu: Karnataka
Farmer-scientist interaction meet held
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EDITORIAL COMMENT | Ambush At ADB 20.5.2009 TOI: Editorial
Bilateral issues ought to be kept out of multilateral forums.
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US announces USD 100 million humanitarian aid to Pakistan 20.5.2009 Rediff: Intl News
The United States on Tuesday announced a US $ 100 million humanitarian to Pakistan to counter the appeal of the Taliban among the nearly 2 million civilians displaced by the military operations against the militants in the Swat Valley and adjoining areas.
US announces USD 100 million humanitarian aid to Pakistan 19.5.2009 TOI: The United States
The assistance is in addition to the USD 60 million, already provided by the US for the Swat refugees, secretary of state Hillary Clinton said.
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Sri Lanka's untold story 19.5.2009 The Guardian -- Front Page
The Tamil cause still lives – growing global awareness will ensure Sri Lanka is held accountable for the slaughter of civilians Sri Lankan military killed thousands of Tamil civilians over the past few months (not to mention the years before) using the full might of its fire power by way of artillery and air strikes. It has, with intent, starved by refusing to send food and medicine in sufficient quantities and in adequate frequencies. Crucially, this genocide by the Sri Lankan state has been enabled by the international community, . What is deeply disappointing is the fact that powerful liberal states which have long espoused human rights, the Geneva conventions and, most recently, the responsibility to protect, have all allowed ...
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ASEAN, UN, World Bank collaborate to reduce disaster risk 19.5.2009 Express India-- Front Page
The ASEAN, UNISDR and the World Bank have announced a cooperation programme to strengthen disaster risk reduction and disaster management.
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Early voting peaceful in Malawi 19.5.2009 Hindustan Times: World
Malawi voters were choosing on Tuesday between an incumbent president credited with economic gains but engaged in a bitter feud with his predecessor, and a challenger linked to the old dictatorship.
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