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SC reserves verdict in Ayodhya case
NEW DELHI, MARCH 6. Even as the Supreme Court today reserved its verdict on the Central Government's plea for vacating the "status quo" order in the Ayodhya case, the Government categorically stated that it had no intention of handing over the ...
Mayawati must go: Opposition
NEW DELHI, MARCH 6. The incidents in the Uttar Pradesh Assembly today cast a shadow on the proceedings in Parliament, with irate Opposition members demanding the resignation of the Chief Minister, Mayawati, on the ground that there was a complete ...
LUCKNOW, MARCH 6.The Opposition today urged the Uttar Pradesh Governor, Vishnu Kant Shastri, to reconvene the State Assembly to debate and vote on the Opposition-sponsored no-confidence motion against the Mayawati Government. "The Governor should ...
Consensus eluding Bhojshala issue: CM
BHOPAL, MARCH 6. The Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister, Digvijay Singh, today said that representatives of the two main communities had not arrived at a consensus so far on the demand for lifting the restrictions on entry into the Bhojshala at Dhar, ...
Iraq cooperating a lot more: Blix
UNITED NATIONS, MARCH 6. In an upbeat preview of his report on Iraq, the chief United Nations weapons inspector, Hans Blix, has said that Baghdad is now cooperating "a great deal more" in providing evidence about its weapons programmes and he ...
97 killed in plane crash
ALGIERS (ALGERIA), MARCH 6.An Air Algerie aircraft with 97 persons on board crashed shortly after takeoff from a town in southern Algeria on Thursday afternoon, according to television reports. The crash of the Boeing 737 took place just ...
Cong. strikes balance in Himachal
SHIMLA, MARCH 6. Veerbhadra Singh was sworn in Chief Minister of Himachal Pradesh for the fifth time at the Raj Bhavan today in an impressive ceremony. After a long spell of cold, it was a bright day and hundreds of people attended the ...
'Khalid met Osama'
ISLAMABAD, MARCH 6.Top Al-Qaeda operative, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, captured recently in Pakistan, met Osama bin Laden weeks before his arrest, proving that the elusive leader of the terror network was alive, officials here said. Following ...
Touchtel cuts STD rate
NEW DELHI, MARCH 6.Maintaining the rate cut tempo in the STD segment, Bharti's TouchTel today announced a reduction of over 47 per cent on long distance tariffs to Rs. 4.80 per minute, for calls beyond 500 km from the midnight of March 7. ...
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