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Advani discharged; Joshi, others to face charges in Babri Masjid case
RAE BARELI, SEPT. 19. The Special CBI court hearing the Babri Masjid demolition conspiracy case today discharged the Deputy Prime Minister, Lal Krishna Advani, but found grounds to proceed against the seven other accused in the case, including ...


Advani gets benefit of doubt
RAE BARELI, SEPT. 19. THEDeputy Prime Minister, L.K. Advani, today got the benefit of doubt from the Special Court hearing the Babri Masjid demolition case as there were two sets of conflicting evidence against him while there was no ...
Witnesses won over, admits Gujarat DGP
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 19. The Director-General of Gujarat Police, K. Chakravarthi, today admitted in the Supreme Court that the witnesses in the Best Bakery case turned hostile as they were "won over", resulting in the acquittal of all the 21 ...
Joshi resigns; no need, says party
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 19. The Human Resource Development Minister, Murli Manohar Joshi, tendered his resignation today, becoming the first casualty of the Rae Bareli court order in the Babri Masjid demolition case, but his fate will not be known ...
Sobhraj held in Nepal
KATHMANDU, SEPT. 19. Charles Sobhraj, accused of murdering and robbing tourists around Asia, was arrested here this morning. Sobhraj(60), a French national who spent 20 years in Tihar jail in India, was arrested from the Royale Casino in ...
Bus service inaugurated
DHAKA, SEPT. 19.The Dhaka-Agartala bus service was flagged off today, opening a new surface route between India and Bangladesh after the Dhaka-Kolkata direct bus service opened nearly four years ago. The Bangladesh Communication Minister, ...
A hasty action, says PM
ISTANBUL, SEPT. 19. The Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, today asked the Human Resource Development Minister, Murli Manohar Joshi, to reconsider his decision to quit. "He has hastily put in his papers. He should have waited till the party ...
Warrant stayed
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 19.The Delhi High Court today stayed a bailable warrant issued by the Liberhan Commission of Inquiry against the former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Kalyan Singh, asking him to appear before it to depose as a prosecution ...
A conspiracy: Mayawati
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 19.A day after the Supreme Court directed the CBI to file an FIR against her for alleged irregularities in the Taj Heritage Corridor project, the former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Mayawati, today said that ``a well thought out ...



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