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Illegal detention of Muslims in Gujarat: Amnesty
NEW DELHI, NOV. 6. Police in Ahmedabad are abusing the laws relating to arrest and detention to keep an undisclosed number of Muslim men in jail, according to an Amnesty International report released today. The report — "India: abuse of ...
India will miss deadline for gender equality in education
NEW DELHI, NOV. 6.India will not only miss the Dakar goal of attaining gender parity — equal enrolment of boys and girls — by 2005, but in all likelihood will also not get there a decade later by when the world is to achieve gender ...
U.S. must compel Pak. to hand over Dawood: Advani
KOLHAPUR, NOV. 6.The Deputy Prime Minister, L.K. Advani, today said the United States should "compel" Pakistan to hand over underworld don and "global terrorist" Dawood Ibrahim to India to demonstrate its seriousness of working to eliminate ...
BJP names 72 candidates for Chhattisgarh polls
NEW DELHI, NOV. 6.The Bharatiya Janata Party today declared the names of 72 candidates for the Assembly elections in Chhattisgarh, which has a total of 90 seats. With no official announcement on the party's chief ministerial candidate, some of ...
Sonia's foreign origin a non-issue: V.P. Singh
NEW DELHI. NOV. 6. The Congress president, Sonia Gandhi, today received support from the most unlikely quarters, the former Prime Minister, V.P. Singh. Sixteen years after he was forced to quit the party, Mr. Singh today came out in support of ...
Ministry seeks details of China's `move' to divert rivers
NEW DELHI, NOV. 6. The Ministry of Water Resources has requested the Ministry of External Affairs "to seek details'' about recent news reports that China planned to divert waters of rivers originating in Tibet, including the Brahmaputra, which ...
SP not to be part of any front
NEW DELHI, NOV. 6. The Samajwadi Party today ruled out the possibility of becoming a part of the Defence Minister, George Fernandes' efforts to bring all the erstwhile socialists under one umbrella. "As long as he is in league with the ...
Other Stories

  • Hashmi case sentenced to move HC
  • Court calls for national blueprint on professional education
  • Samata-JD(U) to contest about 100 seats
  • Tandoor case sentence today
  • 1000-year-old, long Tamil inscription found
  • Allahabad University to return to Centre's control
  • Fernandes revokes suspension of MPs, MLAs
  • CPI(M) advances meet to consider A.P. developments
  • "Chhattisgarh's fresh report on poll preparations soon"
  • Mulayam to visit Ayodhya
  • CPI(M) demands administrative probe into massacre
  • CBI registers preliminary enquiry into `visa racket'



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