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Narasimha Rao acquitted in Lakhubhai Pathak case
NEW DELHI, DEC. 22. The former Prime Minister, P.V. Narasimha Rao, `Godman' Chandraswami and his associate K.N. Agarwal alias Mamaji were today acquitted of all charges by a special CBI court here in the 15-year-old Lakhubhai Pathak cheating ...


Dual citizenship Bill passed
NEW DELHI, DEC. 22. Dual citizenship for Persons of Indian Origin (PIOs) living abroad became very much a possibility today with Parliament clearing legislation that had been promised by the Government at the Pravasi Bharatiya Diwas celebrated ...
Move ahead of time, Jaswant tells intelligence agencies
NEW DELHI, DEC. 22. While advising the intelligence agencies to avoid indulging in "turf war" and integrate for the sake of serving national security, the Union Finance Minister, Jaswant Singh, today observed that the 1999 Kargil conflict took ...
U.S. not opposed to outsourcing to India: Jaitley
NEW DELHI, DEC. 22.The Government today told the Rajya Sabha that the United States had assured India that it would not approve opposition to business outsourcing to countries such as India brought in through legislation by New Jersey and some ...
Mopping up operation
PREMAGATYSE (BHUTAN), DEC. 22. The Royal Bhutan Army is all set to begin mopping up operation against militant groups operating clandestinely from its territory from tomorrow, while allowing women and children in the camps to surrender today. ...
Cold wave
NEW DELHI, DEC. 22. Normal life in the northern parts of the country was badly affected today as thick fog enveloped the region disrupting air, rail and road traffic. In Haryana, two persons were killed in road accidents caused by heavy fog. ...



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