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Muslim Law Board in a tight spot
LUCKNOW, JULY 5.The All-India Muslim Personal Law Board, which is scheduled to discuss here tomorrow the proposals of the Sankaracharya of the Kanchi Kamakoti Peetham, Sri Jayendra Saraswati, to resolve the Ramjanmabhoomi-Babri Masjid dispute in ...


20 killed as suicide bombers target Moscow concert
MOSCOW, JULY 5.Twenty people were killed and dozens wounded when two explosions went off at a rock festival here today. Reports said two suicide women bombers set off the blasts in the crowd at the entrance to the festival when security guards ...
No need to build mosque in Ayodhya: Kanchi Acharya
NEW DELHI, JULY 5.Ahead of the All India Muslim Personal Law Board meeting tomorrow to consider his proposals on the temple-mosque issue, the Kanchi Sankaracharya, Sri Jayendra Saraswati, has said the people of Ayodhya do not need another mosque. ...
RSS firm on three temples
KANYAKUMARI, JULY 5. The national executive of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh wants temples established at Ayodhya, Mathura and Kashi at the earliest, its spokesman, Ram Madhav, said today. Briefing mediapersons on the proceedings of the first ...
Kanchi Acharya appeals for unity
CHENNAI, JULY 5.The Kanchi Sankaracharya, Sri Jayendra Saraswati, has appealed for Hindu-Muslim unity to ensure that the Ayodhya issue is resolved peacefully. In a statement to The Hindu, the Acharya, who has submitted a proposal for ...
'Advani, Joshi instigated karsevaks'
RAE BAREILLY, JULY 5.Opening the arguments in the Ayodhya demolition case, the Central Bureau of Investigation today quoted statements of witnesses to claim in the Special Court that the Union Ministers, L.K. Advani and M.M. Joshi, and some ...
Priest gunned down in Pak.
ISLAMABAD, JULY 5. A Roman Catholic priest, George Ibrahim, was shot dead in eastern Pakistan early today, police said. No one has claimed responsibility for the killing, which took place in Ranala Kot, about 300 km of Islamabad. The priest ...
Iraqi police recruits killed
Ramadi (Iraq) July 5. A powerful explosion here today killed at least seven Iraqi police recruits and injured 54 others, witnesses and hospital officials said. The blast in Ramadi, 95 km west of Baghdad, occurred when the recruits were marching ...
NBW against Yasin Malik
NEW DELHI, JULY 5.A Delhi court today issued non-bailable arrest warrant against the chief of the Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front, Yasin Malik, in a TADA case for his repeated absence from the court during trial. The warrant was issued after ...



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