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Keep off Ayodhya issue, PM tells political parties
NEW DELHI, JUNE 8. The Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, today maintained that the contentious Ayodhya issue could be resolved only when "it is freed from politics and when political parties stop looking at it from the point of view of who ...


Indians conquer Aussies
SYDNEY, JUNE 8.Mobile and methodical, not to speak of motivation, India conquered Australia in a memorable finale to the twin HA men's hockey challenge at the Sydney International Stadium today. On a warm afternoon and before a large crowd ...
Opposition MLAs not to be paraded before U.P. Governor
LUCKNOW, JUNE 8.The four major Opposition parties in Uttar Pradesh today went into a retreat mode deciding not to parade the MLAs supporting them before the Governor, Vishnu Kant Shastri. After an hour-long meeting of the Samajwadi Party ...
2 policemen held for aiding suicide attack
SRINAGAR, JUNE 8.Two Jammu and Kashmir police personnel, including a Station House Officer (SHO), have been arrested for allegedly facilitating a suicide attack on a security force camp in Kupwara district earlier this week. The Assistant ...
Monsoon arrives, heat wave subsides
NEW DELHI, JUNE 8. The much-awaited monsoon today hit Kerala and Tamil Nadu as light showers reduced the intensity of the torrid heat in Andhra Pradesh. The heat fury ebbed in north India too where a partly cloudy sky and a cool breeze blowing ...
Militants kill 3 shepherds
JAMMU, JUNE 8. Militants abducted four shepherds and killed three of them in a remote village of Kathua district of Jammu region on Saturday night. Police told The Hindu that militants abducted Prakash Singh, Gyan Singh, Sudesh and Hans ...
Surie is new envoy to China
BEIJING, JUNE 8. Nalin Surie, career diplomat, will be India's new Ambassador to China in place of Shivashankar Menon, who has been posted as the country's High Commissioner to Pakistan. Mr. Surie at present holds the post of an Additional ...
Train derails near Gaya
GAYA (BIHAR), JUNE 8. Three rear bogies of the Nagpur-Gaya Diksha Bhommi Express derailed at an outer signal near the railway station here today, railway sources said. There was no casualty as the train was moving at a slow speed as it was about ...



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