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UPA, Left parties release CMP
NEW DELHI, MAY 27. The United Progressive Alliance (UPA) and its supporting Left parties today unveiled the Common Minimum Programme (CMP), outlining six basic principles for governance for the Government headed by the Prime Minister, Manmohan ...
Politicians' silence stuns men in uniform
NEW DELHI, MAY 27.Morale has plummeted in the Border Security Force as a result of the political neglect of the victims of Sunday's Lower Munda bombing. Twelve soldiers and 17 civilians, including six women and children, were killed in the ...
Rebels seek Modi's ouster
GANDHINAGAR, MAY 27.In an open revolt against the Gujarat Chief Minister, Narendra Modi, a group of BJP MLAs, claiming majority support, have demanded an immediate change of leadership. Speaking on behalf of the dissident MLAs, the former ...
'Most encounters real'
JODHPUR, MAY 27. The trial in the Siachen Glacier alleged fake killings case began today with Col. K.D. Singh, Commanding Officer of the Gorkha Battalion, deposing that most of the encounters were real. He said that the "encounters" in several ...
Dharam Singh to be new CM
NEW DELHI, MAY 27. The Congress Legislature Party leader, Dharam Singh, will be the new Chief Minister of Karnataka and the Janata Dal(S) leader, Siddharamaiah, is to be the Deputy Chief Minister under an agreement reached between the parties. ...
'No hike in fuel prices'
NEW DELHI, MAY 27. Petrol and diesel prices will not be hiked from June 1 despite the spurt in global oil prices. The Government would like to wait for the outcome of a meeting of the oil cartel, OPEC, on June 3 for giving a shape to a new ...
AHMEDABAD, MAY 27.Two State BJP general secretaries Bhupendrasinh Chudasma, who is also a member of the Modi Cabinet, and Jayantibhai Barot in a joint statement denied that the Chief Minister, Narendra Modi, had offered to resign ...
Threat to Musharraf
ISLAMABAD, MAY 27.The Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, has said junior officers of the Army and the Air Force were involved in attempts on his life in December last and the suspects had been captured, but the ``mastermind'' who planned the ...
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