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Modi harps on Sonia's foreign origin
AHMEDABAD, APRIL 9."How can we hand over the reins of this country to a foreigner," asked the Gujarat Chief Minister, Narendra Modi, today addressing election meetings in Kutch, Vyara, Jamnagar and some other parts of the State. He said the ...
More hail, rain in H.P.
SHIMLA, APRIL 9.A heavy hailstorm and intermittent rain lashed this hill station at least thrice today much to the relief of farmers especially the apple growers here. Due to absence of rain for the past two months now the agricultural fields had ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Uri attack shocks people
SRINAGAR, APRIL 9. The first militant attack in the border town of Uri which claimed 11 lives has raised serious questions. Today, the town wore a deserted look. (The toll in Thursday's attack has gone up to 11 after three more persons died of ...
CPI (M) to field candidate against ruling PDP
SRINAGAR, APRIL 9.After the Congress, the main partner in the coalition government, it was now the CPI (M) that has decided to put up a candidate against ruling People's Democratic Party (PDP) nominee in Kashmir. The Congress, the main ...
'Congress laid foundation for a shining India'
BHOPAL, APRIL 9.The former Director of the Asian Development Bank, Satish Chandra Jha, who is now closely associated with the Congress, today said that all the ongoing talk of "India Shining'' and the tall claims about the country's progress in ...
Jungle warfare school getting a facelift
VERANGTE (MIZORAM), APRIL 9.The Indian Army's prestigious Counter Insurgency and Jungle Warfare (CIJW) school here is getting a facelift to measure up to the challenges of modern day counter-insurgency operations in both rural and urban areas. An ...
Disqualify BJP nominee: Narayanasamy
PONDICHERRY, APRIL 10. The Pondicherry Pradesh Congress Committee president, V. Narayanasamy, MP, today called upon the Election Commission to disqualify the Bharatiya Janata Party nominee for the Pondicherry Lok Sabha seat, Lalitha ...
Punjabi film set to become first joint Indo-Pak venture
CHANDIGARH, APRIL 9.The winds of change blowing in the Indo-Pak relations has encouraged film producers from both countries to explore the possibility of a joint production. ``Pind Dee Kudi'' (village girl), a co-production of well know ...
12 file papers in Rajasthan
JAIPUR, APRIL 9.A total of 12 candidates have filed their nomination papers for the coming Lok Sabha elections during the first two days of filing of papers in Rajasthan. While four candidates filed their papers before the Returning Officers on ...
SP Manifesto: India will be renamed Bharat
LUCKNOW, APRIL 9. The Samajwadi Party has promised to amend the Constitution to change the country's name from India to Bharat "as a step to protect the identity of the country and take other suitable economic and political measures to end the ...
'India witnessing a silent revolution'
ALIGARH, APRIL 9. Eminent scientist and Director-General of the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, R.A. Mashelkar, today said that if India plays its cards well, it could become the world's Number One knowledge production centre by ...
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