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Laloo set to continue as RJD chief
PATNA, OCT. 3.The Rashtriya Janata Dal leader and former Bihar Chief Minister, Laloo Prasad Yadav, is all set to continue as the national president of the party for the fourth successive term, being the only person to file the nomination papers ...
British woman found dead
SHIMLA, OCT. 3. The Kullu police have registered a case of murder and booked four people, including two Irish nationals, in connection with the alleged killing of 25-year-old Anna Hamilton Wathland, a British national whose body was found ...
Mumbai blast accused remanded
MUMBAI, OCT. 3. A special court today remanded Zahid Yusuf Patane, accused of being involved in the twin bomb blasts here, to police custody till October 17. Patane was arrested under the Prevention of Terrorism Act after he returned from ...
Cong. panel to probe Solapur debacle
NEW DELHI, OCT. 3.The Maharashtra Pradesh Congress Committee (MPCC) today set up a panel, headed by the senior leader, Ramrao, to probe the Solapur Lok Sabha byelection debacle. The panel includes the former PCC chief, Prataprao Bhonsale, N.M. ...
Puja rush blocks traffic
NEW DELHI, OCT. 3. Even as the Durga puja festivities reached its peak today, there was traffic jams across the Capital. Long queues of devotees were seen outside temples, slowing down vehicular movement on connecting roads. The traffic police ...
Giving more teeth to beat system
AT ONE of the annual conferences of the Delhi police, the then Police Commissioner of Delhi, Ajai Raj Sharma, had spoken of the need to emphasise more on strengthening the beat system, especially for gathering local intelligence, to prevent ...
Z-plus security sought for Governor, CM
BHUBANESWAR, OCT. 3.The Orissa police has sought the Centre's help to provide Z-plus security to the State Governor and Chief Minister in view of the growing naxalite menace in the State. A proposal in this regard was sent to the Centre ...
SJF plans to contest 150 seats
JAIPUR, OCT. 3.The Social Justice Front (SJF), the movement which has been leading the agitation demanding a quota for the poor among the forward castes in Rajasthan, is in the process of shaping up as a political party after making known its ...
Sonia to launch poll campaign
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