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No 'puja' without SC permission: PM
NEW DELHI, MARCH 11. The Vajpayee Government assured Parliament today that no ``puja'' would be allowed in Ayodhya without the permission of the Supreme Court. While the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, gave the assurance in the Lok Sabha, ...
`Only a donation of pillars'
AYODHYA, MARCH 11. In a major climbdown on the Ayodhya issue today, the Ramjanmabhoomi Nyas (RJN) president, Ramchandra Das Paramhans, virtually dropped the plans for a ``bhoomi puja'' near the disputed site and announced a scaled-down programme ...
Puja plan stays: Singhal
LUCKNOW, MARCH 11. There is no change in the Vishwa Hindu Parishad's programme of performing ``symbolic puja'' of carved stones in Ayodhya on March 15, its leader, Ashok Singhal, said today. Mr. Singhal, who arrived here on his way to Ayodhya, ...
Modi need not quit: Advani
NEW DELHI, MARCH 11. The Union Home Minister, L.K. Advani, today strongly defended the action taken by the Gujarat Government in controlling the communal riots while rejecting the Opposition's demand for the resignation of the Chief Minister, ...
India 'no' to Pak. proposal
NEW DELHI, MARCH 11. India today brushed aside a Pakistani suggestion for an agreement, by which either side would deny the use of its territory for cross-border terrorism, and reiterated that Islamabad had not responded positively to its demand ...
Sattar ready to visit New Delhi
NEW DELHI, MARCH, 11. The Pakistan Foreign Minister, Abdul Sattar, tonight said he was prepared to travel to New Delhi for a dialogue to resolve the Indo-Pakistan border tension. ``For a solution, there needs to be a dialogue first,'' he ...
Taldih peaceful
KOLKATA, MARCH 11. A day after the eruption of violence in Taldih, the village and its adjoining areas in the South 24-Parganas district were peaceful on Monday even as the BJP-VHP combine called a 24-hour bandh in protest against Sunday's police ...
President's rule challenged
LUCKNOW, MARCH 11. A writ petition challenging the imposition of President's rule in Uttar Pradesh was today filed in the Allahabad High Court. The plea, filed by a lawyers' body, alleged that the U.P. Governor failed in exercising his ...
Plea rejected
NEW DELHI, MARCH 11. Mega cellular company formed by the merger of Birla-Tata-AT&T (Batata) and BPL Communications today got a boost when the Supreme Court dismissed an appeal filed by BPL's foreign investors challenging the merger on the ground ...

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