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HC verdict quashing chargesheet against Hinduja brothers set aside
NEW DELHI, JULY 7. In what is seen as a major victory for the Central Bureau of Investigation, the Supreme Court today set aside a Delhi High Court judgment quashing the chargesheet filed by the agency against the three Hinduja brothers — ...
What I said in court wasn't true: witness
MUMBAI, JULY 7.In a dramatic reversal of her court testimony, Zahira Habibullah Shaikh, the 19-year-old girl who survived the night of March 1, 2003, when a mob attacked and killed 14 persons in Best Bakery, Vadodara in Gujarat, said today: "What ...
Pak. nod for bus service from July 11
NEW DELHI, JULY 7. Pakistan today okayed the operation of the Delhi-Lahore bus service from July 11 (Friday), the Foreign Office spokesman told presspersons. It's "all confirmed from the other side'', he said. The spokesman's comments came ...
My doors are always open, says Kanchi seer
KANCHEEPURAM, JULY 7. "My efforts at finding a solution to the Ayodhya issue are over. I will not interfere hereafter. However, my doors are always open if somebody comes to me on this issue," the Kanchi Sankaracharya, Sri Jayendra Saraswati, ...
Cong. geared for polls: Sonia
SHIMLA, JULY 7. The Congress president, Sonia Gandhi, today virtually sounded the party's election bugle, asserting that it was ready to face the polls anytime. She also called the partymen to be prepared for a vigorous ideological battle against ...
Militants kill five
JAMMU, JULY 7.Militants gunned down five persons, including two women, in Noushera sector near the Line of Control in Rajouri district of Jammu region. Talking to The Hindu, the Deputy Inspector-General of police (Rajouri-Poonch range), ...
MLA injured
BHOPAL, JULY 7.A Socialist Party MLA from Uttar Pradesh, Kamlesh Pathak, was injured and one of his companions, Nandan Singh, was killed on the spot in a shootout at Bhind in Madhya Pradesh today. According to reports, Mr. Pathak's ...
MiG crash
FEROZEPUR, JULY 7.A MiG 23 fighter plane of the Indian Air Force today crashed into paddy fields near Mahianwala Kalan village around 30 km from the district headquarters, police said. The pilot, Flight Lieutenant Nikhil Gupta, ejected safely ...
Priest shot at, injured
ALWAR, JULY 7.The chief priest of Atta temple here was shot at by his servant, a senior police official said today. The priest, Mahant Ram Das, who was injured in the abdomen, was rushed to Jaipur, the Superintendent of Police, S.P. Khadgawat, ...



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