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Friday, April 15, 2005
Fun and frolic to welcome the spring
GUWAHATI, The weeklong Rongali Bihu festival of fun and frolic, joy and merriment to welcome the arrival of spring began in Assam on Thursday, with choral parties of young boys moving from house to house singing Bihu songs and dancing and giving ...
Lalu demands dismissal of Modi
PATNA, The Railway Minister and Rashtriya Janata Dal president, Lalu Prasad, today demanded the dismissal of the Narendra Modi Government in Gujarat in view of the charges levelled against it by the former Additional Director-General of Police, ...
Godhra riots: probe sought into Modi's `role'
AHMEDABAD, The leader of the Opposition in the Gujarat Assembly, Arjun Modhvadia, has demanded a CBI inquiry into the "role" played by the Chief Minister, Narendra Modi, and some government and police officers close to him in the Godhra train ...
``Sreekumar's petition against Modi baseless''
No instructions to tap phones: Minister
Plea against POTA review panel rejected
AHMEDABAD, In a significant judgment, a division bench of the Gujarat High Court on Wednesday rejected a writ petition challenging the authority of the Central POTA review committee to review the cases filed before the designated POTA court in ...
Girl ultra arrested
RANCHI, The Gumla police arrested a 14-year-old girl rebel during a raid near Barkani village yesterday. Gumla Deputy Superintendent of Police Sanjay Ranjan Singh said Anita Kumari was arrested after three teams, comprising special task force, ...
Narmada disaster toll mounts to 64
Search is on for 28 missing persons
Paswan for Dalit-minority unity
Lok Janshakti Party to make all out effort to capture power in Madhya Pradesh
Nirupam set to join Congress
NEW DELHI, The Congress has decided to admit the former Rajya Sabha Member, Sanjay Nirupam, into the party. Mr. Nirupam had resigned from the Shiv Sena last month. Top party sources said that a formal announcement on Mr. Nirupam's admission would ...
Jhara tribals fish out gold from river for a living
We have learnt this from our forefathers, says a tribal
SI suffers burns in Pondy
Officer hurt trying to prevent burning of effigy by protesters
Focus on developing farm marketing systems
U.S. team moots scientific methods for grading and standardisation
Unquiet flows the water in this village
As colonisers from cities acquire farmlands in rural areas, the villagers are feeling threatened on water front
Alert in Uttaranchal National Parks
Forest officials, guards patrolling the jungles
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