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We will not accept outside prescriptions: Jaswant
NEW DELHI, MAY 7. The Government today rejected "prescriptions" by foreign countries on internal affairs, stating that while developments in Gujarat were ``extremely regrettable,'' India could not be ``spoken to.'' "India will not accept it, as ...
Talks on for Speaker nominee
NEW DELHI, MAY 7. The government today began the process of consulting the Opposition on the election of Speaker of the Lok Sabha although even internally the Bharatiya Janata Party does not seem to have zeroed in on a nominee for the post. ...
Walkout in LS over Govt. 'inaction'
NEW DELHI, MAY 7.The Opposition today served notice of its intention to pursue the issue of continuing violence in Gujarat. In the Lok Sabha, the entire Opposition walked out to protest the Government's "inaction'' in the State. The issue was ...
Stabbing spree in Ahmedabad
AHMEDABAD, MAY 7. At least 10 persons were killed and scores injured in stabbing, police firing and stoning in Ahmedabad today while most other parts of the State remained incident-free. Kalupur, Vejalpur, Juhapura and Sarkhej areas in the city ...
Concern over Gujarat violence
WASHINGTON, MAY 7. The United States Commission on International Religious Freedom has said that it continues to remain "very concerned'' about the violence in Gujarat. "We remain very concerned about it and we continue to urge the U.S. ...
Pak. vehicles blown up
JAMMU, MAY 7.Two explosive-laden vehicles of the Pakistani army were blown up by Indian troops across the Line of Control (LoC) in Poonch district where heavy exchange of fire and shelling continued in Khari-Karmara and Sabzian areas since Monday ...
Naxalites kill 14 policemen
KODERMA, MAY 7.At least 14 policemen were killed and 10 wounded when outlawed Maoist Communist Centre (MCC) and People's War Group (PWG) naxalites blew up their patrol van in Koderma district, besides triggering a series of blasts on railway ...

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