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Enact law to hand over land in Ayodhya: VHP
NEW DELHI: A judicial verdict on the consolidated title suit of the 61-year old Ayodhya dispute may be some days away, but the Vishwa Hindu Parishad has said that the disputed land must be “handed over to Hindus” to enable the ...
CBI to Mayawati: no pressure, no discrimination
“Agency has collected cogent, credible and admissible evidence”
Foreign policy, domestic priorities intertwined, says Nirupama Rao
NEW DELHI: The intersection of the domestic environment for national development and the state of health of our neighbourhood relationships has never been as sharply defined as it is today, Foreign Secretary Nirupama Rao said here on ...
St. Andrew's Church claim on land rejected
Land in Chennai was leased to CSITA: Defence Estates Office
We will facilitate internal, external dialogues: Omar
SRINAGAR: Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Friday said the State government was vigorously working to facilitate internal and external dialogues to address the political issues and help bring permanent peace and tranquillity in the ...
‘No question of snapping defence ties with China'
HYDERABAD: Defence Minister A.K. Antony on Friday said there was no question of snapping defence ties with China and asserted that they would continue. India had “very close ties” in the defence area with China. Occasionally, ...
Left parties petition poll panel on West Bengal electoral rolls
Sudden increase seen in applications for inclusion of new names
Assam, Arunachal move to end tension
Guwahati: Assam and Arunachal Pradesh on Friday resolved to undertake confidence building measures to end tension along the border between them. A high level meeting in Dispur to discuss the situation in the tense areas bordering ...
Terrorism has only one colour and it is black, says Dwivedi
Ravindra Kelekar passes away
PANAJI: Konkani litterateur and Jnanpith Award winner Ravindra R. Kelekar, 85, died at a hospital at Margao on Friday after a brief illness. He is survived by son Girish and his family. The mortal remains will be consigned to the flames ...
Nod for Bill on foreign funds
BJP split on Belgaum, but no rancour
NEW DELHI: If the Bharatiya Janata Party was divided on the Maharashtra-Karnataka border dispute during a Lok Sabha discussion on Friday, two UPA Ministers found themselves at the receiving end on two other issues. The demand by Chandrakant ...
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