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Supreme Court transfers Jayalalithaa wealth case to Karnataka
NEW DELHI, NOV. 18. The Tamil Nadu Chief Minister, Jayalalithaa, today suffered a major setback when the Supreme Court ordered the transfer of the two disproportionate assets cases against her and four others from a Chennai special court to a ...


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Special Court to be set up under Prevention of Corruption Act by State of Karnataka in consultation with Chief Justice of Karnataka High Court Karnataka to appoint Special Judge within a month Public Prosecutor with experience to be appointed ...
EC notice to Cong. for 'violation of model code'
NEW DELHI, NOV. 18.The Election Commission tonight issued show-cause notice to the Congress asking it to respond within a week why its national party status should not be "suspended or withdrawn" for having "violated" the model code of conduct. ...
Jogi must go: PM
BIKANER, NOV. 18. Accusing the Congress of adopting "double standards" in corruption cases involving the high and mighty, the Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, today demanded the resignation of the Chhattisgarh Chief Minister, Ajit Jogi, ...
Suspend elephant transportation: Centre
NEW DELHI, NOV. 18. The Centre today asked the Tamil Nadu Government to suspend transportation of elephants, belonging to temples, mutts and the Forest department, to the rejuvenation camp in the Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary until the matter was ...
ULFA kills 4 Bihari drivers
DHUBRI, NOV. 18.Four Bihari truck drivers were gunned down and seven seriously injured by suspected ULFA militants tonight in Assam's Dhubri district. Police here said two armed ultras came on a motorcycle to a highway eatery at Baxir Hat ...



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