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Friday, August 27, 2004
5 killed, 58 injured in serial blasts
GUWAHATI, AUG. 26. Five persons, including a minor girl, were killed and 51 injured in a series of bomb blasts triggered by the outlawed United Liberation Front of Asom in different parts of the State since last night. Condemning the attacks, ...
Top militants of ULFA, NDFB surrender
GUWAHATI, AUG. 26. Three senior leaders of the banned United Liberation Front of Asom and the National Democratic Front of Boroland, surrendered here today. The militants, Benu Boro (NDFB), Jayanta Roy alias Bhaskar Choudhury and Utpul Kumar ...
Taslimuddin case adjourned
PATNA, AUG. 26. The hearing on the petition filed by Bharatiya Janata Party leaders challenging the decision of the Bihar Government to withdraw a criminal case against the Union Minister, Mohammad Taslimuddin, remained inconclusive today. The ...
Sky Bus trial successful
PANAJI, AUG. 26.Ltd., (KRCL) was successful as it moved on its own power using very sophisticated 3-phase AC motor technology supplied by ELIN EBG of Austria at Margao on Wednesday afternoon. As the Sky Bus moved to and fro over a 30-metre ...
BJP rules out alliance with Bansi Lal's HVP
CHANDIGARH, AUG. 26.The BJP today reiterated that it would not have any alliance with the Haryana Vikas Party (HVP) of Bansi Lal in the coming Assembly elections in the State and would go it alone at the hustings. Talking to reporters, the ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Shot in the arm for Geelani faction
SRINAGAR, AUG. 26. Syed Ali Shah Geelani's hardline faction of the Hurriyat Conference was on Wednesday recognised as the "real Hurriyat" by the senior Kashmiri separatist leader and chairman of the People's League, Sheikh Abdul Aziz. Mr. Aziz, ...
Stray incidents during Madhya Pradesh bandh
BHOPAL, AUG. 26. A few stray incidents of stone-throwing and ransacking of property were reported during the Madhya Pradesh bandh called by the BJP to express solidarity with the former Chief Minister, Uma Bharti, who was sent to 14-days' ...
Humble party worker to the fore in BJP
MUMBAI, AUG. 26. In stark contrast to its high-tech campaign in the last Lok Sabha polls, the Bharatiya Janata Party is relying on party workers at the grassroots for the campaign to the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly elections. The party has ...
Panel ultimatum to Assam Rifles men
IMPHAL, AUG. 26.As the four Assam Rifles personnel accused in the killing of Thangjam Manorama failed to appear before the C. Upendra Judicial Commission today, the panel chairman, C. Upendra, ordered the Director-General of Police, Manipur, to ...
Fire at Aviation Research Centre
BHUBANESWAR, AUG. 26. A fire broke out in the Central Government's Aviation Research Centre at Charbatia near Choudwar town of Cuttack district of Orissa this evening. The fire broke out around 8.30 p.m. in one of the ammunition depots inside ...
Rangasamy visits Kollur temple
UDUPI, AUG. 26. The Pondicherry Chief Minister, N. Rangaswamy, visited the Sri Mookambika Temple at Kollur in Karnataka on Thursday. Mr. Rangaswamy, who arrived at Kollur on Wednesday evening, had a `darshan' of Goddess Mookambika this ...
Congress fears rigging in Assembly by-elections
LUCKNOW, AUG. 26.The Congress today feared large-scale rigging by the ruling Samajwadi Party during the October 13 Assembly bypolls in Uttar Pradesh. The AICC general secretary in charge of U.P. affairs, Satyavrat Chaturvedi, said the party ...
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