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Congress not supporting peace moves, says Vajpayee
NELLORE, APRIL 3.The Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, criticised the Congress today for `not supporting' the peace moves initiated by his Government to improve ties with Pakistan, even as the entire world welcomed them. Addressing a public ...

POLL THEME/THE ENVIRONMENT
Conservation given short shrift in play for votes
The changes in forest land regulation, made with an eye on the vote bank, are a serious environmental threat, writes Lyla Bavadam

IIM-A not to cut fees this year
AHMEDABAD, APRIL 3. The Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, (IIM-A) today decided to maintain the "status quo for the time being" on the fees issue and not implement the Central Government order for cutting the same. The IIM-A ...

Joshi to study resolution
NEW DELHI, APRIL 3. The Union Human Resource Development Minister, Murli Manohar Joshi, said today he would study the resolution adopted by the Society of the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, to initiate a dialogue with his Ministry on ...

Fernandes' pilot loses way
CHITRADURGA, APRIL 3. A helicopter carrying the Defence Minister, George Fernandes, missed the helipad and landed near the crowd gathered for his election meeting at Bharama Sagara, about 250 km from Bangalore, this evening. Sections of the crowd ...

Artefacts stolen, recovered
NEW DELHI, APRIL 3.Archival artefacts and documents of the former Prime Minister, Lal Bahadur Shastri, went missing from his memorial here today. However, they were recovered later. PTI ...

Chandrika's alliance ahead in Sri Lanka
COLOMBO, APRIL 3.The Sri Lankan President, Chandrika Kumaratunga's United People's Freedom Alliance (UPFA) today led the race in the island's 13th Parliamentary elections, winning 47 of the 82 seats for which results were declared. After the ...

Suu Kyi to be released?
BANGKOK, APRIL 3.Myanmar's military government would free the Opposition leader, Aung San Suu Kyi, by May 17 and allow her to attend a constitutional convention, the Foreign Minister, Win Aung, said today. However, Mr. Aung later said he could ...

Held for theft
KOLKATA, APRIL 3.A former part-time employee of Visva-Bharati University has been arrested in connection with the theft of Rabindranath Tagore's memorabilia after his fingerprints matched those found at the crime site. PTI ...



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