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It's a black mark, says PM
NEW DELHI, MARCH 2. Appealing for calm in Gujarat and the rest of the country, the Prime Minister, A.B. Vajpayee, today described the violence in the State as a ``black mark on the nation's forehead'' and conceded that the senseless massacre of ...
86 killed in fresh incidents in Gujarat
AHMEDABAD, MARCH 2. As many as 86 people were killed in fresh incidents of violence in different parts of Gujarat today with disturbances spreading to newer and remote rural areas, even as the Chief Minister, Narendra Modi, claimed that the ...
Sonia not for any concession to VHP
BANGALORE, MARCH 2. The Congress president, Sonia Gandhi, today criticised the ``tardy manner'' in which the Gujarat Government handled the disturbances in the State, and felt that it should have taken effective steps to deploy the Army in the ...
Sonia may stage dharna
NEW DELHI, MARCH 2. The Congress president, Sonia Gandhi is likely to stage a `dharna' in Parliament on Monday, in protest against the continued killings in Gujarat and the Central and State Governments' failure to maintain law and order, party ...
'Steps not taken to restore law and order'
TORANAGAL (BELLARY DT), MARCH 2. The Gujarat Government has not been responding to the challenge and maintaining law and order in the State, Ambika Soni, AICC general secretary, said here on Saturday. Ms. Soni, who accompanied the Congress ...
1600 kar sevaks moved out of Ayodhya
AYODHYA, MARCH 2. With the arrival of `Ram sevaks' here coming to a halt today due to diversion of trains, the administration has started moving out those already here, with 1,600 of them transported out of the temple city by this ...
Pak. mission staffers held
NEW DELHI, MARCH 2. Three persons, including two officials of the Pakistan High Commission here, were caught while allegedly trying to pass on secret documents pertaining to troops' movement near a college in central Delhi today. Police said ...
Hizb militants nabbed
KOLKATA, MARCH 2. Two Hizbul Mujahideen militants, including a founder member of the banned SIMI, were arrested and a huge quantity of explosives seized from them at the Howrah railway station here on Friday, police said today. The militants ...
Tiwari sworn in Uttaranchal CM
DEHRA DUN, MARCH 2. The veteran Congress leader, Narain Dutt Tiwari, was sworn in Chief Minister of the first-elected Government of Uttaranchal by the Governor, S.S. Barnala, today. Also sworn in were 14 Cabinet Ministers and three Ministers of ...
Crucial VHP meet today
AYODHYA, MARCH 2. The decision on the temple construction movement will be decided at an ``emergency'' meeting of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) and the Ram Janmabhoomi Trust in New Delhi tomorrow. The meeting has been convened by the VHP ...

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