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Basic structure of Constitution will not be changed: PM
NEW DELHI, MAY 13. The Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, today said that the basic structure of the Constitution would not be changed. Speaking at a function to commemorate the golden jubilee celebrations of Parliament, Mr. Vajpayee said, ...
Modi's promise to minorities
GANDHINAGAR, MAY 13. On a day when no untoward incident was reported from any part of riot-torn Gujarat, including Ahmedabad, the Chief Minister, Narendra Modi, today announced a series of measures to restore the confidence of the minorities in ...
India cannot brush aside global concerns: Sorabjee
JAIPUR, MAY 13. The Attorney-General, Soli Sorabjee, today said that India cannot brush aside the concern voiced by some foreign countries on the Gujarat situation. Speaking at a national seminar on ``Human rights in governance'', Mr. ...
Cong. demands Sinha's resignation
NEW DELHI, MAY 13.The Union Finance Minister, Yashwant Sinha, is in the midst of yet another controversy with the Opposition targeting him for alleged links with the Flex Industries chairman, Ashok Chaturvedi, who was arrested by the CBI for ...
Will Shourie get Finance?
NEW DELHI, MAY 13. With the current session of Parliament due to end later this week, and the time approaching for an expected Cabinet reshuffle, once again the Finance Minister, Yashwant Sinha, figures among the probables who may lose his job, ...
Breakthrough in arms talks
MOSCOW, MAY 13.Moscow reported a breakthrough in talks with the United States on new drastic cuts in their nuclear arsenal. ``The sides have achieved a cardinal bridging of positions'' on a proposed strategic arms reduction pact and a ...
3 injured in BSF firing
SRINAGAR, MAY 13.Three civilians were injured here when Border Security Force personnel opened fire on a crowd protesting against "direction'' to stop using the public address system at a local mosque. Locals said that the BSF men had raised ...
Blasts near mosque
SAHARANPUR (U.P.), MAY 13. Two country-made bombs exploded outside a mosque here today partially damaging its outer wall while another explosive was detected and defused, police said. Nobody was injured in the explosions, the DIG, Arun Kumar ...
Scare at Pentagon
WASHINGTON, MAY 13. Hundreds of people were ordered to evacuate from a section of the Pentagon as a precautionary measure today, after a sensor detected a chemical smell , a Pentagon spokeswoman said. "It's a precaution," spokeswoman Cheryl ...

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