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Six-month rule not for dissolved Assemblies: SC
NEW DELHI, OCT. 28. The Supreme Court today rejected the contention of the Centre and the Gujarat Government that Article 174 (1) of the Constitution — which mandates that not more than six months should lapse between two sittings of an ...
Gujarat polls on Dec. 12
NEW DELHI, OCT. 28. The Election Commission announced today that the Gujarat Assembly elections would be held on December 12. The notification will be issued on November 18 and nominations will begin on November 25, ushering electioneering in the ...
Krishna tenders apology
NEW DELHI, OCT. 28. With the Karnataka Chief Minister, S.M. Krishna, tendering an "unconditional apology" and informing the court about the release of 10,000 cusecs of water to Tamil Nadu, the Supreme Court today deferred till Friday the passing ...
Water released from KR Sagar
MYSORE, OCT. 28.There was unprecedented security around the Krishnaraja Sagar reservoir, near Mysore, from where the authorities began releasing over 9,000 cusecs of water to Tamil Nadu from the early hours of Monday. This followed a Cabinet ...
T.N .to `wait and watch'
CHENNAI, OCT. 28.Tamil Nadu will adopt a "wait and watch" policy on the Cauvery issue and monitor whether Karnataka fulfils its promise and release the required quantum of water. Government officials said the State did not want to react in a ...
Shades of PM-Advani tussle in U.P. problem?
NEW DELHI, OCT. 28.The danger signals from the dissidents in Uttar Pradesh continue to worry the central leadership of the Bharatiya Janata Party although officially the party leaders are claiming that the "problem is over". The fact is that ...
Nod for repeal of UTI Act
NEW DELHI, OCT. 28. The Union Cabinet today approved two ordinances for amending the SEBI Act and the UTI Act. The repeal of the UTI Act would enable the Government to split the country's largest mutual fund into two organisations. UTI-I will ...
15 killed in bomb blast
KOLKATA, OCT. 28. At least 15 persons, including four children and two women, were killed in a bomb blast in a village in Birbhum district of West Bengal on Sunday. Last evening, a series of explosions at a house in Dakhalbati village killed ...
Mark Waugh retires
SYDNEY, OCT. 28. Mark Waugh, the 11th most prolific batsman in Test cricket history, retired from international cricket today after he was dropped from the Australian team for the series-opening Ashes Test against England. Association of his name ...

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