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Poll schedule only after revision of rolls: Krishnamurthy
COIMBATORE, JAN. 18. The Election Commissioner, T.S. Krishnamurthy, today said the Election Commission had not yet reached the stage of working out the schedule for the next Lok Sabha elections. The revision of electoral rolls was on and the ...

`Media becoming propaganda vehicle for corporates'
MUMBAI, JAN. 18.Does a global media actually mean less information? Has globalisation homogenised culture? The ways in which globalisation has affected peoples' access to information and shaped cultural trends were issues of concern for ...

Advani hails Musharraf's statement
KARNAL (HARYANA), JAN. 18. Welcoming the Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf's, call to launch a holy war (jehad) against extremists, the Deputy Prime Minister, L. K. Advani, today said it would go a long way in preventing terrorism from growing ...

`U.S. public being fed with lies by media'
MUMBAI, JAN. 18. "Shock and awe is nothing but hi-tech terrorism," the former U.S. Attorney-General and human rights activist, Ramsey Clark, told The Hindu today. He is in the city to participate in the World Social Forum and to speak at ...

Villagers clash with police in Bulandshahr
NOIDA(UTTAR PRADESH), JAN. 18.There was a major clash between a group of villagers and the police at Bulandshahr today, the fourth day of protests against the scrapping of Gautam Budh Nagar district. While over a dozen police personnel were ...

FICCI president to meet PM on long-term financing
NEW DELHI, JAN. 18. In a bid to meet industry's needs for funds to create more manufacturing capacity, the new president of the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI), Yogendra Kumar Modi, will soon meet the Prime ...

Sonia to visit Jammu today
NEW DELHI, JAN. 18.The Congress president, Sonia Gandhi, will begin her two-day visit to Jammu tomorrow. She will review the working of the coalition government — the Congress is a major partner in the State Government led by the People's ...

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