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Ayodhya issue became vote bank politics: Centre
NEW DELHI, MAY 27. The Centre today asserted before the Liberhan Commission that Ayodhya became a public movement only after 1984 and thereafter it was used as vote bank politics. Making this submission senior Counsel for the Centre, Lala Ram ...
A step in the right direction, says Mufti
JAMMU, MAY 27. The Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister, Mufti Mohammad Sayeed, today termed the decision to resume bus service between India and Pakistan and the release of prisoners as "a step in the right direction" which would set the tone for ...
Gehlot writes to Vajpayee on quota
JAIPUR, MAY 27. The Rajasthan Chief Minister, Ashok Gehlot, has asked the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, to initiate moves for a Constitutional amendment to give effect to the principle of reservations based on economic criteria for all ...
Tohra hospitalised
CHANDIGARH, MAY 27. The veteran Akali leader and former president of the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC), G.S. Tohra, was hospitalised after a massive heart attack late last evening. While he was reported to have regained ...
Will hold talks on U.P. cane growers' problems: Rajnath
NEW DELHI, MAY 27. The new Union Agriculture Minister, Rajnath Singh, said here today that he would soon hold discussions with the Union Finance Minister, Jaswant Singh, and the Food Minister, Sharad Yadav, and try and find a solution to the ...
`If trishul programme crosses limits law will take its course'
NEW DELHI, MAY 27. Swami Chinmayanand, the BJP MP for Jaunpur, who took over today as Minister for State for Home Affairs, said the office offered him the opportunity to work with the Deputy Prime Minister, L.K. Advani, and meet the ...
Fare wars in the sky
NEW DELHI, MAY 27. Air travellers never had it so good. Till recently, the State-owned domestic carrier, Indian Airlines (IA) and private operators, Jet Airways and Air Sahara, were vying with one another to lure travellers and holiday-makers but ...
Other Stories

  • U.S. Embassy team meets Hurriyat leaders
  • Remand of IT official extended
  • JD factions closing ranks in Karnataka?
  • Parliament attack case: `Police fudged documents'
  • `Relaxed visa regime will boost tourism'
  • Envoy's driver died of haemorrhage
  • Lufthansa to operate two more flights to Bangalore
  • `TNCC should put its house in order'
  • `Gas to be produced from coal fields by year-end'
  • Gangwar to give top priority to social security
  • Meet for regulatory panel on water management
  • Naxals gaining foothold in coastal A.P.
  • Results declared



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