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Nitish rules out review of decision to bifurcate E. Rly.
NEW DELHI, JULY 3.The post-Cabinet expansion blues continue to bedevil the Vajpayee Government, as the Trinamool Congress — partner in the ruling National Democratic Alliance — remains insistent on picking up a quarrel over the ...
Uma Bharti agrees to head BJP in Madhya Pradesh
NEW DELHI, JULY 3.Another small "reshuffle'' of the Cabinet may take place sooner than expected as the Minister for Sports, Uma Bharti, has finally been persuaded by the Bharatiya Janata Party leadership to go to Bhopal to assume charge as ...
Govt. orders probe into Xerox scam
NEW DELHI, JULY 3. In the wake of the global giant, Xerox Corporation, disclosing a scam in its Indian subsidiary, the Government has ordered a probe into the joint venture with Modicorp while the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) may ...
'Musharraf backtracked'
NEW DELHI, JULY 3. The External Affairs Minister, Yashwant Sinha, said today that India needed to be ``very, very careful'' in its dealings with the Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf. ``He tried to backtrack from his assurance not once but ...
Advani calls on RSS leaders
NEW DELHI, JULY 3. The Deputy Prime Minister, L. K. Advani, went this morning to the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh headquarters at Jhandewalan here and sought the blessings of its leaders for his innings in the new `avatar'. It was called a ...
Bomb blast in train
NEW DELHI, JULY 3.At least 10 persons were injured tonight when a bomb exploded in a New Delhi-bound train from Bareilly in Moradabad district of Uttar Pradesh, a Northern Railway spokesman said. The blast took place at around 8.05 p.m. in a ...
Reporter held
NEW DELHI, JULY 3. The CBI today arrested tehelka.com reporter, Kumar Badal, for his alleged involvement in a case of poaching of endangered leopards in Shivalik forest range in U.P. After putting off his appearance on account of ill health, ...
A matter of concern: Hoon
NEW DELHI, JULY 3. Maintaining that infiltration across the Line of Control was a matter of ``great concern'', the British Defence Secretary, Geoff Hoon, today called for its ``significant reduction'' and urged Pakistan to control cross-border ...
Insat 3C dedicated
NEW DELHI, JULY 3.The Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, today dedicated Insat-3C to the nation and said space technology will help India enhance its global role. ``Successful utilisation of space technology can be an instrument for ...
U.S. for compromise
UNITED NATIONS, JULY 3.Facing a U.S. threat to end U.N. peacekeeping in Bosnia at midnight on Wednesday, the Security Council was searching for a compromise to keep American peacekeepers from prosecution by the new international war crimes ...

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