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Isolate states sponsoring terrorism, says Advani
HYDERABAD, JAN. 5.The Deputy Prime Minister, L.K. Advani, today asserted that the NDA Government was determined to end the menace of terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir and urged businessmen in Western countries to lend their influential voice to ...
Beware of BJP bid to polarise society, Sonia tells people
NEW DELHI, JAN. 5. The Congress president, Sonia Gandhi, today launched a scathing attack on the Bharatiya Janata Party and urged the people to be vigilant against its attempts to "communalise" society. Speaking to mediapersons at the end of ...
We never left party, says rebel BJP leader
LUCKNOW, JAN. 5.Dissidence in the Bharatiya Janata Party in Uttar Pradesh seems to have come to an end today, with most of the rebels announcing that they would return to the party fold. Dissident leader and convener of the ``BJP bachao ...
35 injured in J&K blast
JAMMU, JAN. 5.At least 35 people, including four Central Reserve Police Force personnel, were injured when suspected militants lobbed a grenade at a CRPF patrol party in the crowded Kulgam bus stand in South Kashmir, police sources said. Soon ...
Equating Hinduism with Hindutva is sinister: Cong.
NEW DELHI, JAN. 5. Conveying its stand on national security, terrorism and Hindutva in unambiguous terms, the Congress today described as "sinister" attempts by the Bharatiya Janata Party to "equate Hinduism with Hindutva.'' At the end of the ...
BJP panel for more sops for salaried class
NEW DELHI, JAN. 5. The Bharatiya Janata Party's Rajnath Singh committee on the Kelkar report favours more concessions for the salaried, middle-class employees in view of the fact that it is perhaps the only class which pays 100 per cent of the ...
CISF to protect VIPs
NEW DELHI, JAN. 5.The Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) would soon start providing protection to the VIPs currently guarded by commandos of the elite NSG, ITBP and other forces. At least three CISF battalions, comprising around 3,000 ...
3 gunned down by MCC
DEHRI-ON-SONE, JAN. 5.The Maoist Communist Centre (MCC) kidnapped three persons, mistaking them for police informers, and shot them late last night in Tilaee village in Bihar's naxalite-infected Rohtas district. The police suspect the killing was ...

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