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Narendra Modi postpones 'gaurav yatra' to Sept. 7
GANDHINAGAR, SEPT. 1.In a bid to avoid a confrontation with the supporters of the Gujarat pradesh Congress president, Shankarsinh Waghela, the Gujarat Chief Minister, Narendra Modi, has postponed his "Gaurav Rath Yatra'' to September 7. Mr. ...
Jethmalani slams Advani's refusal to meet Shabir Shah
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 1.In a scathing attack on the Deputy Prime Minister, L.K. Advani, the Kashmir Committee (KC) chairman, Ram Jethmalani, today said that his refusal to meet the senior Kashmir separatist leader, Shabir Shah, was a move that had the ...
Time to review policies, Fernandes tells Centre
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 1.The newly-elected leader of the Samata Party, George Fernandes, fired a salvo at the National Democratic Alliance Government today, when he stated his objection to its disinvestment policy and reiterated that it was time the ...
Hurriyat defers decision on People's Conference
SRINAGAR, SEPT. 1.The All-Party Hurriyat Conference (APHC) today failed to take any decision about the possible "expulsion" of the People's Conference, which is alleged to have fielded dummy candidates in the elections. A joint meeting of the ...
Rumours of doctor's abduction baseless: Karnataka
BANGALORE, SEPT. 1. Amid rumours of abduction of a doctor from Chamarajanagar district by the forest brigand, Veerappan — dismissed as "baseless" by the Minister for Home, Mallikarjun Kharge — the Karnataka Government has sought the ...
Agree to ICC terms, Dalmiya tells players
KOLKATA, SEPT. 1.The Cricket Board president, Jagmohan Dalmiya, today `advised' the Indian players in England to abide by the ICC's commercial terms and conditions for the period covering the Champions Trophy and 30 days thereafter. ``You have ...
9 killed in J&K
SRINAGAR, SEPT. 1.Three Jaish-e-Mohammad militants and two Army personnel were among nine killed in a blast triggered by the ultras outside a police camp in Jammu and Kashmir since last night, an official spokesperson said today. Militants also ...
B.V. Karanth dead
BANGALORE, SEPT. 1.The septuagenarian "missionary'' director, actor and musician of modern Indian theatre and Kannada and Hindi new wave cinema, B.V. Karanth, died at a private hospital here today after a prolonged illness. Dr. Karanth has ...
Inflation up by 3.41 p.c.
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 1.The annual rate of inflation inched up by 0.38 per cent to this year's high of 3.41 percent for the week ended August 17 due to the rise in the prices of coarse grains, groundnut seed and soyabean oil. — ...

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