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Kalam pledges unflinching commitment to secularism
NEW DELHI, JULY 25.The new President, A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, today spelt out his vision of a resurgent India which was possible through respect for and upholding of constitutional processes, an unflinching commitment to secularism, national security ...
Jaitley begins talks with J&K representative
NEW DELHI, JULY 25. The Union Government's designated "representative'', Arun Jaitley, had the first round of "devolution of powers/autonomy'' talks with Ghulam Mohideen Shah, the seniormost Minister in the Farooq Abdullah Government, ...
Cabinet may not oblige Mamata?
NEW DELHI, JULY 25.The Union Cabinet is expected to meet on Monday, July 29, when the vexed issue of bifurcation of railway zonal head offices is expected to be taken up. With the Railway Minister and Samata Party leader, Nitish Kumar, and the ...
Minority rights, an entitlement: Sorabjee
NEW DELHI, JULY 25. The Attorney-General, Soli Sorabjee, today differed with the Centre and told the Supreme Court that the right conferred on the minorities under the Constitution was not a concession but their entitlement because of the ...
Alexander wins RS seat
MUMBAI, JULY 25.The former Maharashtra Governor, P. C. Alexander, was today elected with a massive majority to the Rajya Sabha from Maharashtra, bagging all votes from the Nationalist Congress Party, the Shiv Sena, the BJP and most independents. ...
Bail for Sukh Ram
NEW DELHI, JULY 25.Twenty days after his conviction in the telecom scam case, the Delhi High Court today suspended the sentences of the former Union Communications Minister, Sukh Ram, and the two co-accused after admitting their appeals and ...
Curfew in Ranchi
RANCH, JULY 25.Curfew was today imposed in three areas of the city where largescale violence broke out during Wednesday's dawn-to-dusk bandh which left five persons dead and 25 injured. Curfew was clamped in Doranda, Hatia and Jagannathpur ...

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