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Shoot orders in many Gujarat towns, toll over 200
AHMEDABAD, MARCH 1. The Army began flag marches in the worst-affected areas of Ahmedabad, Baroda, Rajkot and Godhra cities and the `shoot at sight' order was extended to all 34 curfew-bound cities and towns in Gujarat as the orgy of violence in ...
Govt. will act tough: PM
NEW DELHI, MARCH 1. Even as the Government heaved a sigh of relief that the VHP-sponsored ``bharat bandh'' passed off without any major trouble, a determined and angry Opposition (and some allies) kept up the pressure on the Centre to ensure that ...
No accord unless Govt. allows `puja': VHP
NEW DELHI, MARCH. 1. As the toll in Gujarat and elsewhere rose, the Vishwa Hindu Parishad's senior vice president, Acharya Giriraj Kishore, described the violence there as ``a little violent reaction'', and added that today the level of violence ...
Priority for controlling violence, says Advani
NEW DELHI, MARCH 1. The Government today seemed to be pointing the ``needle of suspicion'' as regards the Godhra incident on Pakistan's Inter Services Intelligence (ISI). This view was gaining ground as ``fomenting communal trouble'' was an ...
Two killed in U.P. violence
LUCKNOW, MARCH 1. Two persons were killed and several injured in stray incidents of violence reported from various districts of Uttar Pradesh today during the bandh called by the Vishwa Hindu Parishad in protest against the burning of `Ram ...
SC stay on syllabi
NEW DELHI, MARCH 1. The Supreme Court today stayed the implementation of the controversial National Curriculum Framework for Secondary Education (NCFSE) termed by many educationists an attempt to ``saffronise'' school syllabi. The interim order ...
Bail for Tiger Memon's brother
MUMBAI, MARCH 1. A designated TADA court has, on medical grounds, granted bail to Yusuf Abdul Razak Memon, serial bomb blast-accused and brother of Tiger Memon who masterminded the 1993 explosions in Mumbai. The designated judge, P.D. Kode, ...

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