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Saturday, October 08, 2005
Confusion after order, says RJD
Supreme Court could have waited for the end of the elections: LJP
Lalu, Nitish say stand has been vindicated
PATNA: The RJD supremo and Railway Minister Lalu Prasad on Friday claimed that the Supreme Court verdict on the Bihar House dissolution vindicated the party stand as the dissolved House had not been revived and the election process not stopped. ...
Centre to consult allies on Bihar judgment
CHANDIGARH: Union Home Minister Shivraj Patil on Friday said the Government would prefer to decide the next course of action following the Supreme Court's judgment on the Bihar Assembly after consulting allies. Mr. Patil, who is taking part in ...
NDA to petition Kalam for recall of Buta Singh
"Manmohan, Patil cannot escape responsibility for unconstitutional dissolution" A meeting of central office-bearers of the JD (U) also demanded the resignation of Prime Minister
Advani demands immediate recall of Buta Singh
AHMEDABAD: BJP national president L.K. Advani has demanded "immediate recall'' of the Bihar Governor, Buta Singh, in view of the Supreme Court ruling holding the dissolution of the earlier State Assembly unconstitutional. Mr. Advani, who was ...
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