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A first step towards meeting people's aspirations: Mufti
NEW DELHI, MAY 25. The Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister, Mufti Mohammad Sayeed, today said the fresh peace initiative of the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, was the first step towards realising the sentiments and aspirations of peace of the ...
BJP to go it alone in four States
JAIPUR, MAY 25. The BJP will be fighting the coming Assembly elections in four States on its own. In Mizoram, the party is looking for probable alliances and tie-ups. The national office-bearers of the party, who met here for a day to review ...
BJP seeks commission to define EBCs
JAIPUR, MAY 25. Not to be left behind the Congress on the reservation issue, the Bharatiya Janata Party today passed a resolution requesting the Central Government to appoint a commission to define "economically backward classes" (EBCs). It also ...
BJP's `balancing act' in U.P. complete?
NEW DELHI, MAY 25. For four years now the Bharatiya Janata Party has tried virtually every political trick to arrest its decline in Uttar Pradesh which set in after the 1999 Lok Sabha elections and the subsequent ouster of the former Chief ...
Arun Jaitley hits out at Digvijay Govt.
BHOPAL, MAY 25. The Union Law Minister, Arun Jaitley, today lashed out at the Digvijay Singh- led Government asserting that Madhya Pradesh has been pushed further backward in all sectors, including the primary and social sectors, during the last ...
A South Asian Union is possible, says Sinha
NEW DELHI, MAY 25. ``There is an increased emphasis on economic relationships and India is now developing closer relationships with its immediate and extended neighbourhood,'' said the External Affairs Minister, Yashwant Sinha, here on Saturday. ...
Left parties against sending troops to Iraq
NEW DELHI MAY 25. The Left parties have called on the Government not to send troops to Iraq. A joint statement issued by the CPI (M), CPI, RSP and Forward Bloc, said ``there should be no involvement at the military level with the occupation ...
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  • RSS activist plays father to Muslim girl
  • Petroleum Ministry sets up review panel
  • President to visit J&K next month
  • Rudy's wife goes on leave
  • New presidents for Mahila Cong., NSUI soon
  • `Mayawati must ensure fair payment to farmers'
  • Geelani may form separate group
  • `I abided by Thackeray fiat'
  • Mamata to visit Delhi soon?



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