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Advani, others to face trial in Rae Bareli court
NEW DELHI, NOV. 29.The Mayawati-led Government in Uttar Pradesh today informed the Supreme Court that a special court had been set up at Rae Bareli for reviving the `Ayodhya Babri Masjid demolition case' involving the Union Ministers, L.K. ...
We have proof: Fernandes
BANGALORE, NOV. 29. The Defence Minister, George Fernandes, today said India had intelligence information and ``human evidence'' to support its charge that Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) and the Al-Qaeda were using Bangladesh ...
Sonia cautions against `destructive domestic forces'
OXFORD, NOV. 29.The Congress president, Sonia Gandhi, told an international audience here today that the "central challenge" to India was from its own domestic forces which wanted to destroy the "diversities and multiple identities" that had ...
Centre puts off CRA meet
NEW DELHI, NOV. 29.The Centre postponed the Cauvery River Authority (CRA) meeting scheduled for today to work out an amicable solution for distress sharing of the Cauvery waters this season between Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. Sources said a fresh ...
Jayalalithaa 'indisposed', cancels trip to New Delhi
CHENNAI, NOV. 29.The Tamil Nadu Chief Minister, Jayalalithaa, did not go to New Delhi today to attend the Cauvery River Authority (CRA) meeting as she was "indisposed". Instead, she deputed the Finance Minister, C. Ponnaiyan, who was in New ...
SAARC dates 'not finalised'
NEW DELHI, NOV. 29.The uncertainty over the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, attending the proposed SAARC summit in Pakistan continued with India maintaining that the dates have not been finalised. "There is a general proposal of dates which ...
Ban controversial books, Digvijay tells PM
BHOPAL, NOV. 29. The Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister, Digvijay Singh, has written to the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, urging an immediate ``ban on two controversial books titled `Ramayan ke Mahapatra' and `Mahabharat ke Mahapatra'' ...
Medha Patkar fined
NEW DELHI, NOV. 29.The Narmada Bachao Andolan (NBA) leader, Medha Patkar, has been convicted and fined Rs. 100 by a Delhi court for leading a dharna outside a government building in violation of prohibitory orders three years ago. ...
Petrol to cost less
NEW DELHI, NOV. 29.State-run oil companies will pass on the fall in international crude oil prices to the domestic consumers with a cut in petrol and diesel prices this weekend, the Petroleum Minister, Ram Naik, said today. — ...
Hearing of Hindujas' plea on Dec. 2
NEW DELHI, NOV. 29.The Supreme Court will hear on December 2 a plea from the three Hinduja brothers seeking a stay of the commencement of trial in the special CBI court from December 4 in the `Rs. 64-crore Bofors pay-off case'. ...

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