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Gujarat submits report on shootout to Centre
NEW DELHI, JUNE 23.The Gujarat Government today submitted a report to the Union Home Ministry on the June 15 encounter in which the State police gunned down four persons, including a 19-year-old Mumbai college girl. The four were allegedly on a ...

Congress misinterpreting people's mandate: BJP
MUMBAI, JUNE 23. The political resolution adopted by the Bharatiya Janata Party at its national executive committee meeting here today launched a scathing attack on the Congress-led coalition Government at the Centre. Its formation "marks a ...

BJP's charge baseless, unwarranted: Congress
NEW DELHI, JUNE 23. The Congress today described the BJP's charge that there were two centres of power in the United Progressive Alliance Government and that its party president, Sonia Gandhi, was the "super Prime Minister" as "baseless, ...

Gujarat shadow lingers
MUMBAI, JUNE 23. Gujarat may not have figured much at the Bharatiya Janata Party's national executive committee meeting here — at least not at the formal level — but the shadow of the political crisis faced by the party in the State ...

CPI (M) demands action against publication of foreign newspaper
NEW DELHI, JUNE 23.The Communist Party of India (Marxist) today demanded that the Government implement its guidelines on foreign direct investment with regard to the publication of newspapers, cancel the registration of the Indian edition of ...

Sonia gets her advisory panel
NEW DELHI, JUNE 23. The Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh, has appointed 12 members to the National Advisory Council on the National Common Minimum Programme. The appointments have been made "in consultation with the Chairperson, Sonia Gandhi," ...

Other Stories

  • Nothing wrong in Vajpayee taking political sanyas: Giriraj Kishore
  • Ruling coalition lacks consensus, says Vajpayee
  • Prime Minister to address nation today
  • Sibal, Pachauri violated oath of secrecy, says JD (U)
  • Trade union leaders meet Manmohan
  • Human rights activists call on Javed's father
  • More discussions on reopening of consulates
  • IIM Lucknow to retain old fee structure
  • No early polls: Rabri Devi
  • Leh provides jobs for migrant labour from Uttar Pradesh, Bihar
  • Court upholds election of 7 to Rajya Sabha
  • Bihar seeks Army help
  • Plane makes emergency landing
  • Nod for Radio Pakistan reporter likely
  • U.S. to accept G-20 time-table on agriculture agreement
  • Maritime doctrine made public
  • Telgi to be taken back to Pune
  • Students submit memorandum to NCERT panel
  • 19 injured in Anantnag
  • Celebration for activists fighting for Bhopal victims



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