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Kanshi Ram, Mayawati meet PM on U.P. govt. formation
NEW DELHI, APRIL 28.A day after the BJP's parliamentary board cleared the tie-up with the Bahujan Samaj Party in Uttar Pradesh, the BSP chief, Kanshi Ram, and vice-president, Mayawati, had a meeting with the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, ...
Violence continues as Fernandes leads peace march
AHMEDABAD, APRIL 28. Even as the Defence Minister, George Fernandes, led a peace rally in the walled city areas, five persons were killed in Ahmedabad and Vadodara and about a dozen injured in police firing and stabbing today. The spot near ...
'Governor must complete legal formalities'
LUCKNOW, APRIL 28. The Uttar Pradesh Bharatiya Janata Party president, Kalraj Mishra, on his return here from New Delhi, told newspersons that Government formation in the State might still be delayed by three or four days. The Governor, Vishnu ...
NDA to decide strategy today
NEW DELHI, APRIL 28.The constituents of the National Democratic Alliance, who spoke against the continuation of the Narendra Modi Government in Gujarat, are yet to finalise the party stand on the discussion in the Lok Sabha on Tuesday. The ...
TDP to wait for PM's reply on censure motion?
HYDERABAD, APRIL 28.The Telugu Desam president and the Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister, N. Chandrababu Naidu, has chosen not to spell out the party stand on the censure motion against the Vajpayee Government at the Centre. According to party ...
Violence marks civic polls
PATNA, APRIL 28.Three persons were killed, including two in police firing, and over 30 injured in violence in the first phase of civic elections in Bihar. Unofficial sources put the toll at five. The elections witnessed an enthusiastic turnout, ...
21 militants killed in J&K
JAMMU, APRIL 28. Security forces gunned down 21 militants, including nine foreign mercenaries, in encounters in Rajouri and Poonch districts of Jammu and Kashmir today. On a tip-off that heavily armed militants had infiltrated into the State ...
'Brahmos' test-fired
BALASORE, APRIL 28. `Brahmos', the supersonic cruise missile with a range of 290 km, was today successfully flight-tested from the Interim Test Range near here. The missile which carries a 200 kg conventional warhead, was launched from a ...
Israel to end Arafat siege
JERUSALEM, APRIL 28.Israel today accepted a U.S. proposal to end the siege around the Palestinian leader, Yasser Arafat's West Bank compound but withheld approval for a U.N. fact-finding team to visit the devastated Jenin refugee camp. In ...

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