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Cases filed against RJD activists
PATNA, DEC. 22. Twenty cases have been filed against Rashtriya Janata Dal activists for putting up illegal hoarding and banners in Patna, the District Magistrate, Goutam Goswami, said today. Cases have been filed in Vaishali district also. The ...
Zahira was paid money, claims Tehelka
NEW DELHI, DEC. 22. In yet another twist to the Best Bakery case, a sting operation carried out by the Tehelka newspaper captured controversial BJP MLA, Madhu Srivastava, purportedly saying that the key witness, Zahira Sheikh, was paid Rs. ...
No comment, says Modi
AHMEDABAD, DEC. 22.The Gujarat Chief Minister, Narendra Modi, today declined to comment on the alleged Tehelka expose on the Best Bakery case and said that any attempt to hinder the judicial process was regrettable. Asked by the media at a ...
No one gave me money: Zahira
MUMBAI, DEC. 22.Zahira Sheikh, the prime eye-witness in the Best Bakery case, today denied accepting money from the BJP MLA, Madhu Srivastav to turn hostile, and said that she did not know him at all. After she deposed in the re-trial of the ...
Sahitya Akademi award winners
NEW DELHI, DEC. 22. English author Upamanyu Chatterjee, Malayalam short story writer Paul Zachariah and Hindi poet Viren Dangwal are among the 22 winners of the Sahitya Akademi Awards for 2004. The awards were announced this afternoon after a ...
ESPN told to telecast ODIs on Doordarshan
KOCHI, DEC. 22. A Division Bench of the Kerala High Court today directed ESPN to telecast the India-Bangladesh one-day cricket series starting on Thursday through Doordarshan channel on a tentative revenue sharing ratio of 80:20 between ESPN and ...
HYDERABAD, DEC. 22.A former TDP Minister and seven others were convicted in a double-murder case and awarded life imprisonment by a city court here today. PTI ...
Schoolboy gets bail
NEW DELHI, DEC. 22.A Juvenile Court today granted bail to the schoolboy involved in the MMS sex scandal case. It described the alleged act as a ``misadventure'' and not ``moral depravation'' and asked him to undergo psychiatric counselling with ...
PMO denies interference in Ayodhya case
NEW DELHI, DEC. 22. The Prime Minister's Office (PMO) today denied that it had asked the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to re-open the Babri Masjid demolition case against the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president, L.K. Advani. The PMO ...
World's tiniest baby
Chicago: A premature infant believed to be the smallest baby ever to survive was called ``a great blessing'' by her mother, who is preparing to take the little girl and her twin sister home from the hospital. The baby, named Rumaisa, weighed 244 ...
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