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    No question of going soft on Samajwadi Party: BJP
    NEW DELHI, AUG. 7.The Bharatiya Janata Party is ``very clear'' in its stand that the Samajwadi Party is its main political rival in Uttar Pradesh and there was no question of being soft towards it. As for Mayawati's Bahujan Samaj Party, the ...

    Two other trials in Gujarat riot cases stayed
    NEW DELHI, AUG. 7.The Supreme Court on Friday stayed the trial in two other cases pertaining to the massacre of 110 people in Naroda Gam and Naroda Patiya during the post-Godhra riots in Gujarat on a petition seeking transfer of these cases ...

    Dharavi residents wary of new project
    MUMBAI, AUG. 7. Kumari Selja, Union Minister of State for Urban Employment and Poverty Alleviation, visited Dharavi, Asia's largest slum, this past week to evaluate a new re-development project, which is already being questioned by the people ...

    Kalam commends India, Pakistan coming together to fight polio
    NEW DELHI, AUG. 7.``Instead of fighting against each other we should concentrate on fighting poverty and disease that are our common enemies. India, Pakistan and Afghanistan assembling here on the same dais today, to fight polio, is a beautiful ...

    The after-death industry
    MAHBUBNAGAR, MEDAK & ANANTAPUR (ANDHRA PRADESH): Kathulappa wants to talk to us about his son, Chinna Saianna, but cannot. Tears fill the old man's eyes each time he tries. So he turns to his grandson Narasimhulu to have him tell us the story. It ...

    Arjun induction: move to support indigenisation process
    CHENNAI, AUG. 7.More than three decades after it was conceived and a decade after the initial user trials were conducted, the first batch of five indigenously produced main battle tank (MBT), Arjun, was inducted into the Army at a function at the ...

    Other Stories

  • Flood situation improves in Gujarat
  • 60 Harsud villages submerged
  • Mufti thanks NGOs, Centre for helping Jammu & Kashmir
  • Now, Lalu has to pay
  • One-chip mobile phone coming: TI chief
  • Stranded pilgrims move towards Rishikesh
  • Hurriyat faction to pursue unification efforts
  • Land reforms have not helped Dalits in Andhra Pradesh
  • 'No threat to Mayawati from Samajwadi Party'
  • A muhurat at the Raj Bhavan
  • Grenade attack on BSF bus
  • Geelani floats new party
  • Patients aggrieved over Supreme Court judgment
  • UPA neglecting rural development: Venkaiah Naidu
  • Police open fire in Manipur
  • Call for 'lighter' education
  • Two Indian PoWs to return on August 9
  • Man-animal conflict a major concern for States
  • Manmohan thanks Pakistan for goodwill gesture
  • Oxygen mask prototype for LCA pilots developed
  • Asha Parekh willing to appeal to abductors
  • Prisoners end stir in Bihar
  • 'Seat for India in Security Council will strengthen U.N.'
  • Three Jaish militants killed in J&K
  • Minority education: monitoring panel set up again
  • Way cleared for release of three Indian hostages
  • SEBI official's home, office searched
  • Plan for FDI in higher education on hold

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