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Strike hits banking, insurance sectors
NEW DELHI, FEB. 24.An estimated 50 million people — including Government employees — observed a nationwide general strike today, demanding a review of the Supreme Court judgment on the right to strike and reversal of the Government's ...

D.P. Yadav out of BJP
NEW DELHI, FEB. 24.The Bharatiya Janata Party today withdrew membership for D.P. Yadav, member of the 11th Lok Sabha, although he was inducted into the party only four days ago amid much fanfare. Simultaneously, the party took into its fold ...

`No setback to ISRO programmes'
CHENNAI, FEB. 24.While emphatically stating that there will be no setback to the Indian Space Research Organisation's (ISRO) programmes following Monday's fire and explosion at the Satish Dhawan Space Centre, Sriharikota (SHAR), the ISRO ...

Import duty on steel cut
NEW DELHI, FEB. 24. The Government has announced an across-the-board import duty cut of five per cent in the case of metallurgical coke, pig iron and cast iron. The duty on metallurgical coke has been reduced from 10 to five per cent, pig ...

Lashkar renews cross-border war
NEW DELHI, FEB. 24. Police interrogation of three terrorists arrested for an abortive attempt to storm the Indira Gandhi International Airport here has thrown up disturbing evidence of a renewed cross-border offensive by the ...

Poll panel's clean chit to Congress
NEW DELHI, FEB. 24. The Election Commission today said the Congress had not violated the provisions of the Representation of the People Act (RPA) by releasing advertisements in newspapers without indicating the source. It said the law would come ...



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