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SC suggests framing of a common civil code
NEW DELHI, JULY 23. The Supreme Court has suggested that Parliament frame a common civil code for the country as that would help the cause of national integration. A three-judge Bench, comprising the Chief Justice, V.N. Khare, Justice S.B. ...


Cong. reserves comment
NEW DELHI, JULY 23. The Congress today reserved comment on the suggestion of the Supreme Court for a common civil code stating that the party would like to study the context in which it was made. The Congress spokesman, Satyavrat Chaturvedi, ...
Peace process will not be derailed: Fernandes
JAMMU, JULY 23. Terming the stepped up violence by the militants a desperate attempt to derail the peace process, the Defence Minister, George Fernandes, today said that no terrorist activity would be allowed to derail the peace process between ...
Walkout over `misuse' of CBI
NEW DELHI, JULY 23. The Opposition today staged a walkout in both the Houses of Parliament protesting the alleged misuse of the Central Bureau of Investigation to exonerate the Deputy Prime Minister, L.K. Advani, and others from charges of ...
Train link from Aug.
ISLAMABAD, JULY 23.Pakistan has in principle agreed to restore rail and air links with India and its flag carrier, Pakistan International Airlines (PIA), will start operating flights to Delhi and Mumbai soon after the decision is finalised. ...
Noor likely to be discharged in five days
BANGALORE, JULY 23. Noor Fatima, the Pakistani girl who was operated upon for congenital heart disease, was shifted to the general ward of Narayana Hrudayalaya here on Wednesday. The two-and-half-year-old girl is likely to be discharged from ...
Rajiv Gandhi award
NEW DELHI, JULY 23.Eminent Gandhian, S.N. Subba Rao, has been selected for this year's Rajiv Gandhi National Sadbhavana Award for his outstanding contribution towards communal harmony and national integration, particularly through the national ...
`Fudged' DNA samples
SRINAGAR, JULY 23.Three police officers and two doctors have been found guilty of ``fudging'' DNA samples of five innocent civilians, killed by security forces claiming them to be militants involved in the Chattisinghpora massacre in Jammu and ...
Now, a boy from Pak.
Khalid Mehmood and his son, Junaid Khalid (8), as they board a bus at the Wagah border on Wednesday. Junaid will undergo a heart operation at the Narayana Hrudayalaya in Bangalore. — Reuters ...



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