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Kalyan Singh Govt. `altered' security plan
NEW DELHI, JULY 4. The Central Government has accused the erstwhile Kalyan Singh Government in Uttar Pradesh of altering the security plan intended to protect the Ramjanmabhoomi-Babri Masjid structure in Ayodhya. Although there was no concrete ...
44 killed as suicide-bomber, gunmen strike at Pak. mosque
ISLAMABAD, JULY 4. Forty - four people were killed and 30 injured when a suicide-bomber and two other killers struck inside a mosque in the centre of the capital city of Baluchistan, Quetta. Reports suggest that the suicide-bomber blew ...
National honour cannot be sacrificed: Natwar Singh
NEW DELHI, JULY 4. The Congress is opposed to the idea of sending troops to Iraq as national honour cannot be "sacrificed" for the sake of a few "contracts", the Congress Working Committee (CWC) member and Rajya Sabha MP, K. Natwar Singh, said ...
CAS rollout to be deferred to Sept.1?
NEW DELHI, JULY 4. The July 15 deadline for implementation of the Conditional Access System (CAS) no longer appears sacrosanct with the Government today deciding to consider a proposal of broadcasters and cable operators to defer its introduction ...
Escapes bid on life
SRINAGAR, JULY 4. The Jammu and Kashmir Rural Development Minister, Peerzada Mohammad Sayeed, today escaped an assassination bid with minor injuries. Militants in Army uniform hurled a grenade and opened fire when he was inspecting a school at ...
Godhra: bail for 4
AHMEDABAD, JULY 4. The Gujarat High Court today granted bail to four persons accused in the Godhra train carnage. Justice C.K. Buch granted bail to Mohammed Hussain Kalota, Siraj Jamsa, Salim Sheikh and Mohd. Geteli even as he stayed their ...
Attempt on J&K Minister
JAMMU, JULY 4. The Jammu and Kashmir Rural Development and Panchayati Raj Minister, Peerzada Mohammad Sayeed, escaped an attempt on his life in Anantnag district today. One person was killed and 16 were injured. The Minister was attacked in his ...



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