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Court summons Ajit Jogi
NEW DELHI, OCT. 8. A Metropolitan Magistrate court here today summoned the Chhattishgarh Chief Minister, Ajit Jogi, on November 18 in a case in which he allegedly used a forged Intelligence Bureau (IB) note regarding acquisition of moveable and ...
Plea against applying POTA against accused in Pandya murder
AHMEDABAD, OCT. 8. The Special Court set up to try cases under the Prevention of Terrorism Act has admitted a petition challenging the application of POTA against the accused in the murder of the former Gujarat Minister of State for Home, Haren ...
`Mayawati's remarks politically motivated'
NEW DELHI, OCT. 8. The Bharatiya Janata Party today responded to the allegations made by the Bahujan Samaj Party leader, Mayawati, saying there was no need for any inquiry by the Central Bureau of Investigation into the assets of the Prime ...
Four Army men held for `assaulting' girl
NEW DELHI, OCT. 8. Four Army men, posted with the President's Cavalry Guard unit, who allegedly criminally assaulted a first year Delhi University student at Budhha Jayanti Park in Chanakyapuri on Monday, have been arrested. The incident ...
Ready to go to jail: Basu
KOLKATA, OCT. 8.The former West Bengal Chief Minister and CPI(M) politburo member, Jyoti Basu, today kicked off the leftists' campaign against the Kolkata High Court's verdict restricting rallies on weekdays in the city by offering to go to jail ...
Indo-U.S. naval 'bonding' off Kochi
KOCHI, OCT. 8.Seemingly bringing the American and Indian military establishments closer still, three days of Indo-U.S. joint naval exercises in the `Malabar Exercise' series, the fifth of its kind, concluded today. "It was a fruitful exercise," ...
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  • A royal surprise in Jaipur
  • Bharti, Katiyar file plea
  • Anupam Kher is CBFC chief
  • Objections filed against ASI report
  • Where quota has proved counter-productive
  • Centre's directive to Backward Classes panel
  • HamSat won't make it
  • We don't expect to get justice in Gujarat: eyewitnesses
  • Time has come for Sino-Indian exercises: Fernandes
  • Spectacular display marks IAF anniversary
  • SC grants time to J&K Govt.
  • Centre defers decision on new quality norms for soft drinks
  • Indo-U.S. naval exercise poses security threat: Left
  • CBI chief defends raids
  • Bandh in Chhattisgarh



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