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Tuesday, April 13, 2004
Not against the BJP, says Jaswant
AHMEDABAD, APRIL 12. Five of the 21 accused in the Best Bakery communal carnage case who were earlier acquitted by the Vadodara fast track court and whose acquittal was confirmed by the Gujarat High Court presented themselves ...
Stampede: Opposition expresses shock
NEW DELHI, APRIL 12. The Opposition parties today expressed shock over the death of nearly 25 persons in a stampede in Lucknow, and said the Election Commission should take note of the ``violation of the code of conduct by the Bharatiya Janata ...
`EC should take note of violation'
NEW DELHI, APRIL 12.
AIDWA seeks arrest of Tandon
NEW DELHI, APRIL 12.Women's organisations have expressed outrage over the stampede at the sari distribution function in Lucknow that resulted in the death of many poor women. Demanding immediate action against the organisers of the function, ...
Medical entrance test rescheduled
NEW DELHI, APRIL 12. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) today announced April 17 as the new date for the All-India Pre-Medical Test (AIPMT). Cancelled after the Delhi police detected a question paper leak on Saturday, over two lakh ...
POLL THEME/THE MARATHA ISSUE
Marathas take centre stage as elections loom
Both the NCP-Congress and the Sena-BJP combines are making a strong pitch for the community's vote, says Mahesh Vijapurkar
Forgotten, even during the elections
The sal forests are depleted, thanks to the sal borer infestation some years ago. For the Baiga, living in the canopy of the forests below the Maikaal range of mountains in Madhya Pradesh, little has changed over the years. Writing ...
Unscheduled stops, cheering crowds for DMK chief
ON THE ROAD WITH... M.Karunanidhi
In coastal Andhra, betting catches on
A minute later, the answer is yes. In one hour, a briefcase reaches the designated spot and the mobile rings again just to ensure that `two fives' are in safe hands. That's a conversation in Vijayawada, a prosperous coastal town of Andhra ...
POLL THEME: THE DALIT FACTOR
No Mayawati to champion their interests here
The exit of Ram Vilas Paswan is bound to impact on the NDA's chances in this election, writes K. Balchand
Just a few days ago the singer, Ravindra Jain, was seen in the Congress party office. Two days ago, he surfaced at the Bharatiya Janata Party premises singing a different tune, turning his musical talent against the ``foreign'' `bahu' ...
Q & A: George Fernandes
'Transparency has helped the NDA hold together'
Q & A : J.B. Patnaik
The former Orissa Chief Minister and State Congress chief, J.B. Patnaik, is known for his political acumen, having ruled the State for 14 years in three phases. In an interview to Prafulla Das, the 76-year-old Congressman claims ...
Wilfred D' Souza, NCP candidate, Panaji Lok Sabha seat
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