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UPA allies want to be consulted on gubernatorial postings
NEW DELHI, OCT. 27. As the Government begins the process of looking for replacements for the six gubernatorial posts falling vacant between now and December, the constituents of the United Progressive Alliance have indicated that they too would ...
A tried and tested leadership: Vajpayee
NEW DELHI, OCT. 27. The former Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, addressing the Bharatiya Janata Party's National Council today, described the change of guard in the party as "historic'' as no power struggle had taken place. While ...
More posts created in BJP
NEW DELHI, OCT. 27. The national council of the Bharatiya Janata Party today amended the party's constitution to increase the number of office-bearers. This would allow the new party president, L.K. Advani, to bring new faces into his team ...
Four killed during farmers' stir
JAIPUR, OCT. 27. Troops were called out in Rajasthan's Sriganganagar district this evening following widespread violence in the area where four farmers, part of a crowd agitating over the supply of irrigation water, were killed in police firing ...
Follow `Kamaraj Plan' Manmohan tells partymen
NEW DELHI, OCT. 27. The Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh, today released commemorative coins of five and hundred rupee denominations to mark the birth centenary celebrations of the late Congress leader, K. Kamaraj, whom he hailed as "karamveera." ...
French Minister declines comment on controversy
NEW DELHI, OCT. 27. The French Foreign Minister, Michel Barnier, today declined to comment on the employment of middlemen by Dassault International on the ground that the courts were still hearing the case. Also, the Indian authorities had ...
All airports on fresh terrorist alert
NEW DELHI, OCT. 27. A month after the country's airports were put on high alert in apprehension of Maoist attacks on flights bound to or from Nepal, a fresh alert has been sounded in all airports following intelligence reports that the United ...
Centre to retain Illegal Migrants Act
NEW DELHI, OCT. 27. The Centre today decided to retain the Illegal Migrants (Detection by Tribunals) Act, 1983 in Assam in its present form. The Union Cabinet, which met here, approved the retention of the IMDT Act and its application to Assam. ...
Standards for pesticide residue in soft drinks in two months
CHENNAI, OCT. 27. The Standards for pesticide residue in soft drinks are likely to be decided by the end of the year. The 10th meeting of the Drink and Carbonated Beverages Sectional Committee FAD 14 of the Bureau of Indian Standards that met ...
`North-East attacks point to ISI involvement'
NEW DELHI, OCT. 27. As the Centre grapples with the delicate security scenario in Assam, Nagaland and Manipur, the intelligence establishment has indicated that the blasts of October 2 and 6 were carried out with the connivance and help of ...
MUMBAI, OCT. 27. The Maharashtra Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has directed Parle Exports, manufacturers of `Bisleri' bottled water, not to release the product in the market till further orders. ...
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