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EC's clearance must for telecast of political ads
NEW DELHI, APRIL 13. The Supreme Court today ordered that the Election Commission's prior clearance is necessary for the telecast of all political advertisements by television channels and cable networks and vested the Commission with powers to ...

`Sari distribution a violation of code'
Stern action if there is violation, says CEC

BATTLEGROUND
Congress up against iron law of Indian democracy
Previous experience suggests that ruling parties seldom lose an election when they are enjoying their honeymoon period. Given this, the Congress will have to perform exceptionally well if it wants to reverse the outcome of the Assembly polls, which t he BJP won very comfortably, says Yogendra Yadav

IIM-A challenges fee cut
NEW DELHI, APRIL 13.The Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, has challenged in the Supreme Court the unilateral decision of the Union Human Resource Development Ministry to reduce the courses fee for the students from Rs. 1.5 lakhs to Rs. ...

Infiltration bid
NEW DELHI, APRIL 13. An Army unit in Kupwara district of Jammu and Kashmir foiled the fifth bid by militants this year to cross the Line of Control. Troops, on detecting the movement of three militants towards the LoC, surrounded them and killed ...

Infosys is $1bn company now
BANGALORE, APRIL 13.Infosys Technologies has become India's first listed IT firm to have crossed $1 billion turnover, with revenues of Rs. 4,760.89 crores for 2003-04, and rewarded its shareholders with three bonus shares against each share held. ...



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