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No change in Bank Rate, CRR
MUMBAI, NOV. 3.In his maiden policy announcement as Governor of the Reserve Bank of India, Y. Venugopal Reddy today preferred not to cut any rate — Bank Rate, Repo Rates and Cash Reserve Ratio — allowing the central bank's continuity ...


Talks with Hurriyat after Ramzan, says Home Secy.
NEW DELHI, NOV. 3. The proposed peace dialogue between the Centre and the All-Parties Hurriyat Conference is likely to begin only after the Id at the end this month. The Hurriyat Conference had conveyed to the Government its willingness to talk ...
Not desperate for talks: Pak.
ISLAMABAD, NOV. 3. Pakistan said today that it was not desperate for a dialogue with India but asserted that there was no contradiction in its repeated offers to New Delhi for a composite dialogue. At his weekly news briefing, the Foreign ...
Sushil Sharma found guilty
NEW DELHI, NOV. 3.After an eight-year trial, Sushil Sharma, former president of the Delhi Pradesh Youth Congress, was today held guilty in the sensational Naina Sahni murder case of 1995. The quantum of sentence will be pronounced on ...
Sensex breaches 5,000-mark
MUMBAI, NOV. 3. Powered by the euphoria over the credit policy that saw continued economic growth, the Sensex today surpassed the 5000-magic mark for the first time in 42 months in a flurry of activity on the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE). After ...
BSF officer injured
SRINAGAR, NOV. 3. A Border Security Force (BSF) officer was injured and a vehicle damaged in an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) blast triggered by militants near the Rambagh Bridge on the Srinagar Airport Road this afternoon. Sources told ...
Daler's plea dismissed
NEW DELHI, NOV. 3. The Delhi High Court today dismissed the anticipatory bail application of the Punjabi pop singer, Daler Mehndi, who has been named accused in an illegal human trafficking case. ``Nothing survives in the petition since Daler ...
Aussies beat Kiwis
PUNE, NOV. 3.World champions Australia today displayed true professionalism in a cliff-hanger against New Zealand to clinch a thrilling two-wicket win with a ball to spare in the fifth one-dayer of the TVS Cup Tri-nation series here. — ...
Poisoning bid
Amritsar, Nov. 3. The SGPC caught two persons, including a woman, for allegedly mixing poisonous substances in the food being prepared in the community kitchen (langar) of the Golden Temple here on Sunday night. The SGPC Task Force apprehended ...



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