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Apang stakes claim to form Arunachal Govt.
ITANAGAR, JULY 28. The leader of the newly-formed United Democratic Front (UDF) and former Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister, Gegong Apang, today met the State Governor, V.C. Pande, at the Raj Bhavan here and paraded 42 legislators, including ...


Cong. leaders to meet PM
NEW DELHI, JULY 28.Rumblings over the political developments in Arunachal Pradesh were heard both inside and outside Parliament today, with the Congress accusing an insurgent group, with whom the National Democratic Alliance was holding peace ...
Bob Hope, master of one-liners, dead
LOS ANGELES, JULY 28.Bob Hope, master of the one-liner and favourite comedian of U.S. servicemen and Presidents alike, has died less than two months after turning 100. Hope died late on Sunday of pneumonia at his home in Toluca Lake, ...
Blast rips through bus in Mumbai
MUMBAI, JULY 28. A powerful explosive device went off on a local bus in suburban Ghatkopar at 9.12 tonight killing one person and injuring over 30 persons, four of them critically. (Agencies put the toll at three.) The blast forced the ...
Quattrocchi's U.K. bank accounts frozen
NEW DELHI, JULY 28. Authorities in the U.K. have frozen two bank accounts of the Italian businessman, Ottavio Quattrocchi, acting on a request by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI). The two accounts have some 3 million in them. The ...
Hindujas allowed to stay abroad
NEW DELHI, JULY 28. The Supreme Court today permitted the three Hinduja brothers — G.P. Hinduja, P.P. Hinduja and S.P. Hinduja — to go abroad together and stay there till August 27, when the trial in the Rs. 64-crore Bofors pay-off ...
Dismiss Jagmohan: Mayawati
LUCKNOW, JULY 28.The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Mayawati, today demanded the dismissal of the Union Minister for Tourism and Cultural Affairs, Jagmohan, taking exception to his statements on the controversy over the Taj Heritage corridor ...
Liberhan panel rejects plea to summon PM
NEW DELHI, JULY 28. The Liberhan Commission of Inquiry today rejected the demand to summon the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, for examination as a witness and also to recall the Deputy Prime Minister, L.K. Advani, whose examination has ...
Train derails
HUBLI, JULY 28.The engine and a coach of the Guntur-Hubli passenger train derailed between Hulkoti and Annigeri stations in the Hubli division of the South Western Railway today. Train services, which were disrupted for more than five hours ...
Arrest stayed
MUMBAI, JULY 28.The Bombay High Court today stayed the arrest of the Bollywood star, Hrithik Roshan, and his father, Rakesh Roshan, till August 6, in a cheating case filed against them by a public limited company. Justice V.M. Kanade ordered ...
Suicide bid by Dalit youth
Mumbai, July 28. A 24-year-old Dalit youth today allegedly tried to commit suicide near the Chief Minister's residence in south Mumbai after security personnel prevented him from going inside the house, police sources said here. The youth, ...



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