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Tuesday, October 26, 2004
No misunderstanding between us: Azad
MUMBAI, OCT. 25.The legislative wing of the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) today again authorised the party president, Sharad Pawar, to select its leader and negotiate with the Congress on Maharashtra Government formation. Similarly, its ...
Scramble for post of personal assistants
MUMBAI, OCT. 25. Even as the Congress and the Nationalist Congress Party are locked in tough bargaining on who should be the Maharashtra Chief Minister and lobbying is on by legislators for ministerial berths, scores of State Government officials ...
Vajpayee refutes conclusions in report
The former Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, responds to the comments made in the report, "Now, a third party to the talks?" ( The Hindu , October 22): The Hindu has questioned the independence of Prime ...
Myanmar to act against anti-India groups
NEW DELHI, OCT. 25. India and Myanmar today signed a framework agreement aimed at denying sanctuary to anti-India militant groups operating out of Myanmar. The point was reiterated at the one-on-one meeting between the visiting Chairman of ...
BJP to adopt cautious approach
NEW DELHI, OCT. 25.Several Bharatiya Janata Party leaders have hinted that in the coming winter session of Parliament the party will raise its voice and confront the Government on several issues, but will not go to the extent of preventing it ...
Somnath to meet Congress, BJP leaders
NEW DELHI, OCT. 25. The Lok Sabha Speaker, Somnath Chatterjee, has called a meeting of senior Congress leaders here tomorrow as part of his effort to ensure a smooth functioning of the House in the winter session of Parliament beginning December ...
Judges' defamation suits shifted to Madras High Court
NEW DELHI, OCT. 25. The Supreme Court today ordered the transfer of six of the nine suits filed by Justice N.S. Veerabhadraiah, Karnataka High Court Judge against the The Hindu and five other newspapers claiming damages ranging ...
Mufti rejects plea for Central probe
SRINAGAR, OCT. 25. The Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister, Mufti Mohammad Sayeed, today rejected the National Conference's demand for an inquiry by a Central agency into the attack on its president, Omar Abdullah, on Sunday in Anantnag. After ...
Fear over city energy crisis
BANGALORE, OCT. 25. Survival in modern cities would soon become difficult as energy sources to sustain these societies were fast running out, British Nobel Laureate Harold W. Kroto said here today. He expressed the fear that if energy became ...
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