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    BJP working on a compromise formula
    Meeting put off; party awaiting Jaswant's return

    Issues resolved: Venkaiah
    NEW DELHI: Bharatiya Janata Party vice-president M. Venkaiah Naidu late on Thursday evening claimed that the issues which plunged the party into a crisis had been resolved keeping in mind the sentiments of the RSS on Pakistan's founder Mohammad ...

    BSP showcases its `Brahmin might'
    Party had never been against upper castes or Hindu religion, says Mayawati

    Over 1000 Students abducted in Nepal
    KATHMANDU: Armed groups of Maoists have abducted some 1,000 students and teachers from different schools in western Nepal for forceful indoctrination on rebel ideology, state-run media reported on Thursday. The rebels abducted the students ...

    Erase artificial lines dividing Kashmir, says Hurriyat leader
    Hurriyat ' views are similar to Musharraf's stand on making borders ``irrelevant''

    U.S. drug crackdown: 45 Indian Americans arrested
    WASHINGTON: Fortyfive Indian American convenience storeowners have been arrested for allegedly selling ingredients used in the manufacture of methamphetamine, a highly addictive stimulant, in Georgia. As part of a crackdown codenamed ...

    Federer cruises into quarterfinals
    BERLIN: World No. one Roger Federer cruised into the Halle Open quarterfinals with a 6-2, 6-4 win over Florian Mayer on Thursday. The Swiss Wimbledon champion, going for a third successive victory at the German grass-court event, was at his ...

    Angry Narain refutes Villeneuve's allegation
    London: Piqued by the barrage of criticism for using ``blocking tactics'' to stave off former world champion Jacques Villeneuve in the European Grand Prix, India's Narain Karthikeyan vowed to do the same again if required. Both Narain and ...

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