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Sunday, February 27, 2005
No impropriety committed, says Manmohan
NEW DELHI, FEB. 26. The Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh, has rejected the Bharatiya Janata Party's charge that he committed an impropriety or was guilty of breach of Parliament's privilege by responding to a letter from the National Advisory ...
Vintage Lalu missing
NEW DELHI, FEB. 26.Since `Lalu' often spells controversy, it was no surprise that for the second year running, the Union Railway Minister, Lalu Prasad, faced an Opposition boycott and a walkout from the Lok Sabha when he presented his Railway ...
3 killed in Bihar during repoll
PATNA, FEB. 26. Three persons were killed during repolling in Bihar today when the election process concluded setting the stage for counting of votes in all the 243 constituencies tomorrow. Paramilitary forces shot dead a booth grabber in ...
Hillary Clinton lauds India's fight against AIDS
NEW DELHI, FEB. 26. The United States Senator, Hillary Rodham Clinton, met the External Affairs Minister, K. Natwar Singh, today. They discussed India-U.S. relations and other issues of regional and international concern. She was in India to ...
No danger to Sri Lankan Government: Kadirgamar
NEW DELHI, FEB. 26.There is no threat to the survival of the Sri Lankan Government despite the little "push and shove" displayed by some allies in the coalition, the visiting Sri Lankan Foreign Minister, Lakshman Kadirgamar, said today. ...
Tussle likely over seating in Goa Assembly
PANAJI, FEB. 26. A tussle between the Speaker and the Pratapsinh Rane Government appears imminent on Monday when Mr. Rane seeks a vote of confidence in the Assembly as the Congress today claimed that the Speaker has not made separate seating ...
Kashmiri Pandits want to visit Sharda Peeth in PoK
NEW DELHI, FEB. 26. The Kashmiri Pandits United Forum has appealed to the Pakistan Government to allow them to visit the Sharda Peeth in the Pakistan occupied Kashmir at least once in a year and hand over its management and renovation to ...
Weddings on hold as prices crash
Wayanad (Kerala): When P. Devasia of Pulpally took his own life last week, he was upset because he could not raise the money for his daughter's marriage. The 48-year-old farmer was also the first victim of the government's new rules of pepper ...
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