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Congress, CPI(M) object to Advani's yatra
NEW DELHI, MARCH 2. The Congress and the Communist Party of India (Marxist) today objected to the Bharatiya Janata Party's announcement that the Deputy Prime Minister, L.K. Advani, would launch a Bharat uday bus yatra, and urged the ...

Congress will find itself in crisis: Venkaiah Naidu
BHOPAL, MARCH 2.The Bharatiya Janata Party president, Venkaiah Naidu, said today that the coming Lok Sabha elections would give a new direction to Indian politics. The Congress would find itself in a crisis and there would be a question mark ...

Mufti convenes high-level meet
NEW DELHI, MARCH 2.As the issue of alleged violations of human rights in Jammu and Kashmir has caused much concern both at the Central and State levels, the Chief Minister, Mufti Mohammad Sayeed, has convened an emergency meeting of the Unified ...

`Tazia' processions in Gujarat after 3 years
AHMEDABAD, MARCH 2.After a break of about three years, Muslims all over Gujarat, except in Vadodara, took out `Tazia' processions on the occasion of Muharram today. (A `tazia' is a replica of the mausoleum dedicated to the two martyrs, Hasan and ...

A riot victim determined to fight for justice
NEW DELHI, MARCH 2. Two years have passed by but the pain hasn't reduced. Losing 24 family members is not easy to forget either. Tears overwhelm 31-year-old Naseem Bano as she recounts the horrors of the communal carnage that raged through ...

Turtles in sand
PURI, MARCH 2. Hundreds of visitors have viewed nearly 30 sand sculptures depicting the endangered Olive Ridley sea turtles that visit the Orissa coast in lakhs for nesting every year. Thousands of them are trapped in the nets of the mechanised ...

Other Stories

  • Two killed during `Muharram' processions
  • It will fuel communal passions, says Paswan
  • BJP to go it alone in Northeast
  • CPI(M), RJD seek PIO's reinstatement
  • Sonia to address women's meet in Assam
  • `No Ayodhya resolution before elections'
  • Kanchi Acharya's appeal
  • Israeli team to submit report on Veerappan
  • Karnataka DGP not aware of visit
  • Shakti Kapoor turns out for Congress
  • Senior BSP leader expelled
  • Lawyer refutes reports
  • Post-poll options open: Chautala
  • `Vote, and vote conscientiously'
  • Decision on joining BJP put off
  • Narmada dam: should cost overruns get precedence?
  • SAARC Writers' Conference
  • IA's special package for cricket fans
  • Congress to highlight poor funds allocation to Northeast
  • Gujarat High Court questions conduct of Public Prosecutor
  • Minorities better off with BJP, says Bangarappa
  • Congress-NCP talks inconclusive
  • Activists want environment to be a campaign issue
  • NC to make rights violations poll issue

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