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Tough stand on terrorism will continue: Advani
MUMBAI, JUNE 7. The Deputy Prime Minister, L. K. Advani, said today that ``India will continue to deal sternly with terrorism, as it had done on several occasions,'' He told reporters here before embarking on his 10-day tour to the U.S. and ...


Advani, others instigated mosque demolition, say accused
LUCKNOW, JUNE 7. In a new twist, five accused in the Babri Masjid demolition case today alleged that they had pulled down the disputed structure at Ayodhya at the instigation of L.K. Advani and other senior BJP leaders, a charge denied by Mr. ...
Cong., CPI want Ministers to quit
NEW DELHI, JUNE 7. The Congress and the CPI today demanded the resignation of the Deputy Prime Minister, L.K. Advani, and the Union Minister for Human Resource Development, Murli Manohar Joshi, following reports of five kar sevaks stating that ...
BJP rallyists lathicharged
BHOPAL, JUNE 7. Police used water cannon and force to disperse a Bharatiya Janata Party rally here today. Led by the former Union Minister, Uma Bharti, and the BJP national general secretary, Shivraj Singh Chauhan, the rally was to focus ...
Violence unabated in Jalandhar
JALANDHAR, JUNE 7. Violence continued unabated for the third successive day here today with more areas being brought under curfew. Mobs damaged at least 10 buses, while police registered cases against 14 persons, including the Punjab BJP ...
Avoid personality cult, RSS tells BJP
NEW DELHI, JUNE 7. The "leadership controversy" in the BJP may be officially over but the leaders in the Sangh Parivar continue to keep the pot boiling. It now appears that the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh chief, K.S. Sudarshan, has chosen to ...
RLD leader quits party
LUCKNOW, JUNE 7.The Rashtriya Lok Dal, campaigning for dislodging the Mayawati Government in Uttar Pradesh, received a jolt today when its vice-president, Rameshwar Singh, resigned from the party and floated the Lok Dal (Charan Singh). At a ...
Armed man shot dead near Heathrow
LONDON, JUNE 7. An armed man was shot and killed by police last evening after he pulled a gun on them and refused to stop his car near the Heathrow airport, police sources said. A police spokeswoman said they were treating it as a criminal ...
2 killed as plane rams L.A. building
LOS ANGELES, JUNE 7. A small plane crashed into a three-storey apartment building near Hollywood, on Friday, setting the structure ablaze, killing at least two persons and injuring seven others on the ground. Authorities said the crash was ...



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