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`Tapes have no speeches of Advani, Joshi'
RAE BAREILLY, JULY 30. The Central Bureau of Investigation today admitted that the video and audio tapes submitted by it as evidence in the Ayodhya demolition case under trial at a special court here did not contain the speeches of the Deputy ...


BJP, BSP 'will fight LS polls together'
NEW DELHI, JULY 30. The Bharatiya Janata Party's Parliamentary Board today decided to continue the alliance with the Bahujan Samaj Party in Uttar Pradesh after a meeting at the residence of the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, reviewed the ...
No assurance to Mayawati: Advani
NEW DELHI, JULY 30..A day after the BJP-BSP crisis over the Taj Heritage Corridor project blew over, the Deputy Prime Minister, L.K. Advani, today categorically said that no assurance had been given to the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Mayawati, ...
Magsaysay for Lyngdoh, Shantha Sinha
MANILA, JULY 30.The Chief Election Commissioner, J.M. Lyngdoh, and the social worker, Shantha Sinha, are among seven persons to be honoured this year with the Ramon Magsaysay Award, Asia's version of the Nobel Prize. Mr. Lyngdoh will receive the ...
Mumbai bandh peaceful
MUMBAI, JULY 30. Punctuated by stray incidents of stone-pelting in which three persons sustained minor injuries, the Maharashtra Opposition-sponsored 18-hour Mumbai bandh called to protest against Monday's Ghatkopar bomb blast passed off ...
SC upholds two-child norm
NEW DELHI, JULY 30. The Supreme Court today upheld a Haryana Government law prohibiting a person from contesting or holding the post of `sarpanch' or `panch' in the panchayat institutions in the State if he/she had more than two children. A ...



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