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Sonia bugles poll campaign in Gujarat

Sonia Gandhi, President of the congress party started his Gujarat poll assembly election camapaign by addressing the women rally in Anand,milk town in Gujarat today Nov 3.Bharat Solanki, the president of Gujarat Pradesh Congress Committee the GPCC, is an MP from Anand district.

Congress President Sonia Gandhi said in her party's campaign in poll-bound Gujarat by making a scathing attack on BJP over the Sethusamudram issue saying how could a party which drags Lord Ram's name for political gains be trusted.

"These people have shown no hesitation in dragging Lord Ram's name into their game of politics. How can we trust such people," she said while addressing a largely-attended women's rally -- 'Mahila Samman Sammelan' here.PTI

Congress president Sonia Gandhi in her address to women rally,her party commitment empowerment of women and highlighted the important role of the women in the development of the nation here today.She quoted the woman on top slot at Ra…

India, Germany signs 8 MoU's out of 12 pacts

India, Germany signs 8 MoU's out of 12 pacts
India, Germany to sign Twelve agreements- (MoU).

31.10.2007 12:41:55 Twelve agreements and Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), including one on defense cooperation and another on Germany's new commitment of 150 million Euros for energy efficiency and renewable energy projects in India, are expected to be signed after the talks.

(live-PR.com) - A wide-ranging talks between Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and German Chancellor Angela Merkel, the two countries also decided to bolster cooperation in the fight against terrorism, on climate change issues and UN reforms and pressed for "early, fair and substantive outcome" of stalled Doha talks.


Eight MoU's were signed between India and Germany in New Delhi even as German
Federal Minister for Education and Research Annette Schavan and Kapil Sibal jointly announced the plan to set up a world class research institute in India.In line with the strategy for closer collaboration in scienc…

First Lady Cristina elected President

Argentina's first lady Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner wins
First Lady Cristina elected President

29.10.2007 18:55:52 "We have won amply," she said. "But this, far from putting us in a position of privilege, puts us instead in a position of greater responsibilities and obligations."

(live-PR.com) - Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner had 45 percent of the vote, compared with 23 percent for former lawmaker Elisa Carrio and 17 percent for former Economy Minister Roberto Lavagna.


Rest percentage split the other eleven contestants. Fernandez needed 40 percent and a margin of 10 percentage points over the runner-up to avoid a runoff.Fernandez is a lawyer and senator will succeed her husband Nestor Kirchner.She become Argentina's first elected female president.The Post of President in Argentina is both state and government head as per the constitution.

Polling was extended by one hour in some parts of the country to 1900 local time (2200 GMT) to accommodate a late rush of v…

German chancellor Angela Merkel four-day trip to India

German chancellor Angela Merkel four-day trip to India
News Type: Event — Sun Oct 28, 2007 12:41 PM IST
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Sunday, October 28, 2007
German chancellor Angela Merkel four-day trip to India

Angela Merkel will be on a four-day trip to India her first trip as Chancellor along with a trade delegates.

Angela Merkel to boost business ties and trade with India on her visit to the world's biggest democracy.

She will meet Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh,on round of global issues including UN reforms, climate change, energy security, cooperation in the Doha round of multilateral trade negotiations and promoting security in Afghanistan. Federal ministers and delegates of Indian businessmen in Delhi and Mumbai to sign series of agreements from trade,technology and energy or defense.A government official said German firms wanted to boost ties in newer areas such as environmental technology and software as well as machinery, electrical engineering and chemicals.

"As Europe…