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India disappointed over non-sharing of information by Powell
NEW DELHI, MARCH 20.India today said it was "disappointing" that the United States Secretary of State, Colin Powell, did not share the U.S. Government's decision to designate Pakistan as a major non-NATO ally (MNNA) during a recent visit to New ...

A polling station, but where are the voters?
BOMDILA (ARUNACHAL PRADESH), MARCH 20.The country's smallest polling station, 6 Chako I.B., situated 66 km off this hill town, had three voters in 1999. Now it has none. The State Election Department had recommended its closure. But, the Election ...

Two killed, 43 injured in J&K blast
SRINAGAR, MARCH 20.Two soldiers were killed and 43 injured, eight of them seriously, when a powerful explosion damaged their bus near Adipore (Sopore) this morning. The Hizb-ul Mujahideen has owned responsibility for the attack. The Senior ...

EC stops Modi's yatra
NEW DELHI, MARCH 20.Even as the Gujarat Chief Minister, Narendra Modi, started his "Narmada yatra" this morning, the Election Commission shot off a letter in the afternoon to the Chief Electoral Officer of Gujarat to stop the yatra forthwith. ...

Foreign origin: `BJP will not shy away from legislation'
NEW DELHI, MARCH 20.The Bharatiya Janata Party president, M. Venkaiah Naidu, said today that the party would not hesitate to bring in legislation barring persons of foreign origin from holding high office such as that of Prime ...

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A test for Narendra Modi
Not too long ago, the Gujarat Chief Minister, Narendra Modi, was seen by the Bharatiya Janata Party as a man who had successfully executed the Hindutva experiment in Gujarat. In a State that has often been called the laboratory of Hindutva, Mr. ...



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