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Bofors trial should go on: SC
NEW DELHI, JULY 12.The Central Bureau of Investigation today got a shot in the arm when the Supreme Court stayed a judgment of the Delhi High Court quashing the chargesheet against the three Hinduja brothers in the ``Rs. 64-crore Bofors pay-off'' ...
Ahmedabad rath yatra peaceful
AHMEDABAD, JULY 12. The Gujarat administration, police and the people heaved a sigh of relief as the 125th rath yatra of Lord Jagannath ended peacefully in Ahmedabad today after passing through the sensitive traditional route amid unprecedented ...
We'll take steps to ban MDMK, says Jayalalithaa
CHENNAICOIMBATORE, JULY 12.JULY 12.Accusing the MDMK of continuing to proclaim support for the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam, the Tamil Nadu Chief Minister, Jayalalithaa, today announced that the State Government would take necessary steps to ...
Court allows Vaiko to vote
CHENNAI, JULY 12.The Madras High Court has directed the State authorities to enable the MDMK general secretary, Vaiko, arrested under the POTA and lodged in the Vellore Central Prison, to cast his vote at Chennai in the Presidential election to ...
Musharraf appeal to Al-Qaeda
ISLAMABAD, JULY 12. The Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, tonight appealed to Al-Qaeda and Taliban activists who have sneaked into the country to surrender peacefully. In return, his Government would hand them over to their countries. In ...
'Row over rly. bifurcation unjustified'
PATNA, JULY 12.The Defence Minister, George Fernandes, came out in favour of the bifurcation of the Eastern Railway and the creation of the East Central zone for the first time today, saying that a dispute over the issue was "unjustified." ...
Ceasefire extended
NEW DELHI, JULY 12. The Centre has extended the ceasefire agreement with the underground National Socialist Council of Nagaland (Isaak-Muivah) for one more year to July 31, 2003, a Home Ministry spokesman ...
Khurana, Delhi BJP chief
NEW DELHI, JULY 12. The BJP today appointed veteran party leader and former Chief Minister, Madan Lal Khurana, as the president of its Delhi unit. Announcing the appointment, the party president, M.Venkaiah Naidu, said Mr. Khurana would assume ...
Fire in theatre
NEW DELHI, JULY 12. The memories of the 1997 Uphaar fire tragedy were revived today when a transformer inside the Alpana theatre complex in South Delhi burst into flames. The blaze erupted at around 5:10 p.m. during the screening of `Devdas'. ...
Last date for IT returns
NEW DELHI, JULY 12. The last date for filing of income tax return under the Scheme for Bulk Filing of Returns by the Salaried Employees 2002 has been extended by a month till August 31. A formal notification will be issued shortly. The decision ...
Delimitation commission
NEW DELHI, JULY 12.The Centre today announced the constitution of a delimitation commission under the chairmanship of retired Judge of the Supreme Court, Kuldip Singh. The other members are the Election Commissioner, B.B. Tandon and the Election ...

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