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Keen contest expected in Chhattisgarh
RAIPUR, NOV. 30. A keen contest is expected in the election for 90 Assembly seats in Chhattisgarh where 1.35-crore voters will decide the fate of 819 aspirants tomorrow. The main rivals in the State's first political battle are the Congress and ...
Kargil war skeletons to be exhumed in courtroom
NEW DELHI, NOV. 30.The last shots of the Kargil war are scheduled to ring out in a New Delhi courtroom this week. At stake: the honour of a young officer, the reputation of several senior commanders, and above all, the truth about the acts of ...
Officials to focus on modalities of resuming overflights
NEW DELHI, NOV. 30. With Pakistan's decision to lift unilaterally the ban on Indian overflights being announced on Sunday, the two-day "technical talks" between aviation officials beginning on Monday will focus on the modalities of resuming ...
India, Pakistan must cooperate in action against terror: Prodi
NEW DELHI, NOV. 30. The fight against terrorism must entail daily action and is not only about making declarations, the European Commission President, Romano Prodi, said when asked about the role played by Pakistan in Jammu and Kashmir and ...
Judev, Rateria to be questioned
NEW DELHI, NOV. 30.The Union Minister, Dilip Singh Judev, who resigned his post following disclosure of footage purportedly showing him accepting money in a hotel room, and his personal secretary, Natwar Rateria, are expected to be questioned by ...
Ayodhya talks will resume in 10-15 days: Kanchi seer
BANGALORE, NOV. 30. Talks on the Ayodhya issue would resume in 10 to15 days, the Kanchi Sankaracharya, Jayendra Saraswati, said today at a function here to celebrate the 50th year of his `peetarohana'. Discussions would be held "after the ...
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  • Ceasefire eases fencing work along the Line of Control
  • NCP complains against Jogi
  • Printing press employee detained in CAT case
  • Chandrika's proposals to end stalemate hailed
  • Poll panel notice to BJP chief, candidate
  • SIT questions ex-Mumbai police chief in stamp scam
  • Fire in CBI office
  • Chargesheet served in Taj Corridor scam case
  • AIDS patients in 6 States to get free drugs
  • Rare Gita manuscripts stolen
  • `No leniency should be shown in rape cases'



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