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NDA cracks widen as Gujarat debate is inconclusive
NEW DELHI, APRIL 30. Chaotic scenes marked the debate on the Gujarat situation in the Lok Sabha today with the treasury benches showing more aggression than logic in their arguments and some cracks in their alliance and the Opposition making a ...
It is still not too late, says Sonia
NEW DELHI, APRIL 30. The Congress president, Sonia Gandhi, has demanded that the Gujarat Chief Minister, Narendra Modi, should be "immediately and quickly" removed, the State Government put on notice under Article 355 and a commission of inquiry ...
Modi should go: TDP, Trinamool
NEW DELHI, APRIL 30. The Telugu Desam Party and the Trinamool Congress, two allies supporting the National Democratic Alliance from the outside, today struck an identical line in the Lok Sabha demanding the removal of the Gujarat Chief Minister, ...
Musharraf claims large turnout
ISLAMABAD, APRIL 30.The presidential referendum in Pakistan today on whether or not the Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, should continue for a further period of five years appears to have sharply polarised society. It was not clear at the ...
Omar offers to quit
NEW DELHI, APRIL 30.The National Democratic Alliance today received another jolt with an NDA constituent, the Jammu and Kashmir National Conference, deciding to abstain from voting on the Opposition-sponsored censure motion on Gujarat in the Lok ...
`A massive cover-up'
WASHINGTON, APRIL 30. Government officials in Gujarat were directly involved in the killings of hundreds of Muslims since February 27 and are now in the process of engineering a massive cover-up, Human Rights Watch has said in a new report. ...
Anti-dumping duties on India
WASHINGTON APRIL 30. The United States has imposed anti-dumping duties on import of silicomanganese from India and two other countries. The U.S. International Trade Commission voted 5-0 to impose such duties on India, Kazakhstan and ...
SC fines U.P.
NEW DELHI, APRIL. 30The Supreme Court today directed all the States to seize from the diagnostic centres possessing unregistered ultrasound machines and using them for sex determination tests. The court was informed that except Rajasthan other ...

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