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PM, Mamata owe an explanation, says Cong.
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 8. The Congress said today that the Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, owed an explanation to the nation on why people who were "shown the door" from the Union Council of Ministers had been taken back and charged that the ...
Doles for jobless youth promise
LUCKNOW, SEPT. 8.The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Mulayam Singh Yadav, who tonight won the vote of confidence in the State Assembly by a comfortable margin, assured the people of a "clean, transparent and development-oriented administration". ...
India, Israel to focus on micro-satellites
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 8.As they unveil an expansive programme of bilateral space cooperation, India and Israel are all set to pursue their shared interests in harnessing the revolutionary developments in micro-satellite technology. Micro-satellites ...
Police may have fudged Akshardham evidence
SRINAGAR, SEPT. 8.For the past four days, a Gujarat Police team has been in Srinagar questioning Chand Usman Khan, an Anantnag-based car mechanic. Jammu and Kashmir Police officials say Mr. Khan had travelled from Anantnag to Ahmedabad with the ...
Kathua search operations called off
JAMMU, SEPT. 8. The security operations in the Kathua forest area of Jammu region were officially called off today. The search operations started by the troops since last Tuesday evening failed to locate any suspected Lashkar-e-Taiba militant. ...
Hurriyat begins damage-control exercise
JAMMU, SEPT. 8. In an effort to assert its supremacy, the executive council of the All-Party Hurriyat Conference met here today and decided to downplay Sunday's events in which 12 members of the General Council passed a no-confidence motion ...
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  • Charge-sheets filed against 19 in Pandya murder case
  • 7 of 13 missing fishermen return
  • Tears of joy... and sorrow too
  • BSNL employees serve strike notice
  • R.K. Laxman brought to Mumbai
  • Staines case: judge away on leave
  • Dungarpur joins BJP
  • SC asks Godhra accused to move POTA court for bail
  • Phoolan's husband joins Congress
  • Deadline for filing of TDS returns extended
  • Digvijay charges against RSS baseless: Venkaiah
  • Evergreen Asha Bhonsle turns 70
  • Delay in border fencing aids infiltration
  • Sonia greets people on Onam



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