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    Two Commissions for minorities: Manmohan
    NEW DELHI, JULY 3. The Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh, today proposed the setting up of a Commission to provide professional institutions run by the minorities with direct affiliation to Central universities. He also proposed another ...

    No ill will, says Shivraj Patil
    NEW DELHI, JULY 3. The Union Home Minister, Shivraj Patil, today asserted that the Government's decision to dismiss the Governors of Uttar Pradesh, Goa, Gujarat and Haryana was guided by a logic that included their ideology, past actions and an ...

    `Next target could be BJP governments'
    LUCKNOW, JULY 3. The former Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, said today the Centre might target BJP Governments in various States after the dismissal of the four Governors. "It is possible that the sword will be wielded at our State ...

    10 killed in gang war
    PATNA, JULY 3. Ten persons were killed in inter-gang rivalry in Nawada district of Bihar today. Following the murder of two boys by a gang at Anaipar village, armed assailants of the rival gang gunned down 10 persons belonging to the backward and ...

    2 killed in J&K blasts
    SRINAGAR, JULY 3. In stepped-up attacks, militants triggered two explosions, killing two persons and injuring 52 in Srinagar and Anantnag, four days after a Lashkar-e-Taiba module was busted here. While militants detonated an explosive-laden ...

    Fiscal deficit to be cut
    NEW DELHI, JULY 3. Hardly a week before the Budget, the Government today said it would cut fiscal deficit by at least 0.3 per cent of the GDP annually and stop borrowing from the Reserve Bank from April 2006. In a landmark decision, the ...

    Tension continues
    GUWAHATI, JULY 3. The Assam Health Minister, Bhumidhar Burman, and the Home Minister, Rockeybull Hussain, today visited the violence-torn Assam-Nagaland border. Official sources said the situation in the Dhansiri Reserve Forest area, where the ...



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