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Inter-linking of rivers, only solution to drought: PM
NEW DELHI, NOV. 20. The Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, today said the Centre proposes to take up the scheme for inter-linking of rivers on a "war footing'' as a long-term, permanent solution to the recurring problem of drought. ...
Hurriyat to continue talks with Kashmir Committee
SRINAGAR, NOV. 20 The Hurriyat leader and JKLF chairman, Yaseen Malik, today stood isolated as the 23-party amalgam decided to continue talks with the Kashmir Committee, led by the former Union Law Minister, Ram Jethmalani, on the Kashmir issue ...
BSP, Samajwadi members clash in LS over U.P.
NEW DELHI, NOV. 20.The strong feelings on the political developments in Uttar Pradesh threatened to spill over to the Lok Sabha this morning as a senior BSP MP, Rashid Alvi, was pushed around by a Samajawadi Party MP, Devendra Singh Yadav. ...
Jamali set to take oath as Pakistan PM today
ISLAMABAD, NOV. 20.The rebel Muslim League alias `king's party' nominee, Mir Zaffarullah Jamali, is all set to take over as the Prime Minister of Pakistan tomorrow, thanks to the generous help from the Musharraf regime and serious differences ...
'Modi opposed renomination of Haren Pandya'
GANDHINAGAR, NOV. 20. The BJP today released 11 more names in addition to the list of 144 candidates finalised yesterday but despite the earlier assurance of completing the State party's recommendations for all the 182 seats, no decision had been ...
7 CRPF jawans killed in Manipur
IMPHAL, NOV. 20. Seven CRPF jawans on patrol duty at the Loktak Hydel project and a self-styled lieutenant of the banned People's Liberation Army were killed in separate encounters in Manipur today. The jawans were killed in an ambush by the ...
8 Jharkhand policemen killed in blast
LATEHAR, NOV. 20. Eight policemen of the Jharkhand Armed Police were killed and one injured in a landmine blast, which blew up a police jeep near Lamarnaka on the Daltonganj-Mahuatand road today. Besides a sub-inspector, Mohsin, four jawans, ...
30 charred to death
JABALPUR, NOV. 20. Thirty persons were charred to death and 26 injured when a private bus overturned at Paharkheda village near here today and two petrol-filled drums inside the vehicle caught fire. — PTI ...
SC names 'watchdog' committee to MCI
NEW DELHI, NOV. 20. The Supreme Court today appointed a `watchdog' committee of four eminent doctors to the Medical Council of India (MCI) to monitor the appointment of inspectors and the process of grant of recognition to private medical ...

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