2007, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)
Projects cleared by Cong govt up for sale Chandigarh, May 6
In less than a year of clearance of mega projects by a high-powered committee of the previous Congress government, some of them are already up
Delhi, May 6
biggest passenger aircraft — Airbus A380 — that
can seat up to 850 passengers today cruised through
Indian skies and landed in the Capital for the first
A superjumbo Airbus A380 about to land at Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi on Sunday. The world’s first double-deck passenger aircraft is on its maiden visit to the country. — AFP
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wins French presidential election Paris,
Conservative Nicolas Sarkozy won
France’s presidential election today, beating his Socialist rival
Segolene Royal by a comfortable margin and extending the Right’s
12-year grip on power.
Kenyan plane crash: names released New Delhi, May 6
The government today released the names of 14 Indian passengers believed to be on the Kenya Airways flight that crashed in Cameroon with 114 persons aboard.
Days of dictatorship over: Pak ex-CJ
Lahore, May 6
Attacking the military regime led by President Pervez Musharraf,
Pakistan’s suspended Chief Justice Iftikar Ahmed Chaudhry today
declared that the "era of dictatorship is over" in front of
thousands of cheering supporters here after a massive show of support by
Nandigram issue ‘Cops to step in if political process fails’ Kolkata, May 6
Police will step in to restore normalcy in trouble-torn Nandigram if the political process fails and opposition parties continue to stay away from all-party meetings, veteran CPM leader Jyoti Basu said today.
M.F. Hussain’s house attached Mumbai, May 6
The Mumbai Police today completed the attachment of the residence of acclaimed painter M.F. Hussain in South Mumbai following the orders of a Hardwar court.
16 hurt in Guwahati blast Guwahati, May 6
At least 16 persons, including a CRPF jawan and a 10-year-old boy, were injured when suspected ULFA ultras detonated a bomb at Fancy Bazar in the heart of Assam’s capital city this evening.
Bihar woman among top 25 Asian farmers Patna, May 6
She does not represent the who’s who of Indian business or industry. Her views are not being considered to chalk out the roadmap to bring the underdeveloped state of Bihar back on tracks of progress.
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