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Monday, October 06, 2003
BJP for completing party polls through consensus
NEW DELHI, OCT. 5. In the ongoing organisational elections in the BJP, the leadership has this time attempted to complete the electoral process without a single contest through a process of "consensus", and this has already been achieved in the ...
BJP insincere about normalising Indo-Pak. ties: Swamy
SRINAGAR, OCT. 5. Accusing the BJP of being ``totally insincere'' about normalisation of relations between India and Pakistan, the Janata Party president, Subramanian Swamy, on Saturday said it wanted to use Pakistan and Kashmir as emotional ...
Sri Lankan Minister calls on Naidu
HYDERABAD, OCT. 5. The Sri Lankan Minister for Housing and Plantation Infrastructure, S.Rm. Arumugan Thondaman, called on the Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister, N. Chandrababu Naidu, at his residence here on Saturday and inquired about his health and ...
Amarmani sent to jail
LUCKNOW, OCT. 5. The former Uttar Pradesh Minister, Amarmani Tripathi, prime accused in the Madhumita murder case, was today sent to jail after the expiry of a 14-day CBI remand and will be produced before a special CBI court tomorrow. The CBI ...
India, ASEAN coming closer
NEW DELHI, OCT. 5. When the Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, sets foot in Bangkok on October 8, he would have visited seven of the 10 ASEAN nations since his first trip to South-East Asia in January 2001. Capping a period of intensive ...
''India's n-command chain is in place''
NEW DELHI, OCT. 5. The Defence Minister, George Fernandes, today said the country's nuclear command chain, including alternative ``nerve centres,'' was in place, giving India an effective retaliatory capability. Declaring that both short and ...
Another harassment suit
BANGALORE, OCT. 5. Phaneesh Murthy, former director of Infosys Technologies, has refuted allegations of sexual harassment, made in a lawsuit brought against him and Infosys, by Jennifer Griffith, an ex-employee of the company, in the U.S. In a ...
Royal attire lying in tatters
HYDERABAD, OCT. 5. The glow and the lustre remain. So does the mass appeal. But the regal costumes of the sixth Nizam, Mir Mahboob Ali Khan, lying in the world's largest wardrobe at Purani Haveli here, are gradually falling apart. The erstwhile ...
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