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Sunday, September 12, 2004
Manmohan unable to decide independently: Uma Bharti
BIJAPUR, SEPT. 11.The former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister, Uma Bharti, said here today that the Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh, has "lost his existence" thanks to the dominance of the Congress president, Sonia Gandhi, and the Left. Addressing ...
Gujarat will become petro capital of the country: Modi
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 11. In their first collective face-to-face interaction with the party high command at a conference here, the Chief Ministers of the BJP-ruled States today sought to present a rosy picture of the functioning of their States and ...
Continue talks with Pakistan: Pranab
KOLKATA, SEPT. 11. The Defence Minister, Pranab Mukherjee, favours a continual dialogue with Pakistan which, according to him, would help find solutions to problems. Inaugurating a "defence correspondents' workshop" at the Press Club here ...
`No truth in Sangh Parivar propaganda'
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 11.The All-India Christian Council today said the "First Report on Religion Data" was testimony to the fact that there was no truth in the Sangh Parivar's propaganda on conversions as Christians continued to constitute 2.3 per ...
Militant camps issue to be raised with Dhaka
GUWAHATI, SEPT. 11. India will raise the issue of the presence of the camps of north-east militant groups in Bangladesh during a meeting at the Home Secretary-level between the two countries scheduled for next week. The Indian High ...
BJP reviving cases to create unrest: Soren
RANCHI, SEPT.11. The JMM chief, Shibu Soren, today alleged that the BJP had revived old cases to create unrest in Jharkhand, but the saffron party's attempt was scuttled through his peace efforts in the run-up to his surrender before a Jamtara ...
Art and culture can resist reactionary trends: Minister
CHENNAI, SEPT.11. The Minister for Information, Broadcasting and Culture, S.Jaipal Reddy, today appealed to writers, artists and film personalities to come out with radical and humanistic creations to resist the "reactionary and ...
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