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Bandh hits normal life in Guwahati
GUWAHATI, NOV. 5. Normal life in the city was affected today following a 12-hour bandh called by the Vishwa Hindu Parishad in protest against the demolition of a temple during an eviction drive by the Kamrup (Metropolitan) District ...
Zahira shifted to Ahmedabad
AHMEDABAD, NOV. 5. The key witness and main complainant in the Best Bakery riot case, Zahira Sheikh, was shifted to Ahmedabad along with her other family members from Vadodara last night. The shifting, her lawyers said, was on "security ...
Govt. to develop satellite towns
SHIMLA, NOV. 5.To decongest the overcrowded towns of the State, Himachal Pradesh is planning to develop some satellite towns in the near future. One such township to accommodate about 30,000 people is being developed in Vaknaghat near Shimla, ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Guest control order challenged
JAMMU, NOV. 5. The controversial Guest Control order, which curtails expenditure on marriage parties, came into effect today. However, the order has been challenged in the Jammu and Kashmir High Court by a group of petitioners whose wards are ...
Civic polls add to BJP's woes
BHOPAL, NOV. 5.Ticket distribution for the municipal elections, especially for the post of Mayor in prominent cities of Madhya Pradesh, has been quite a daunting task for both Congress and Bharatiya Janata Party bosses in the State.
Bilkis case: trial separated for one accused
MUMBAI, NOV.5. While charges are yet to be framed in the Bilkis Yakub Rasul case , the court separated the trial of one of the accused, Sangeeta Prasad, on the grounds of her mental condition. Dr. Prasad, a medical officer and her husband, had ...
Thackeray's son joining the NCP?
MUMBAI, NOV. 5. The Shiv Sena supremo, Bal Thackeray's estranged son, Jaidev Thackeray (48), has announced his intention to join his father's arch rival, Union Agriculture Minister, Sharad Pawar's party, the Nationalist Congress Party ...
Proposal for central university in Manipur
NEW DELHI, NOV. 5. The Union Human Resource Development (HRD) Ministry has finalised a proposal to set up a central university in Manipur. It will approach the Cabinet for final approval in the near future so that the Prime Minister, Manmohan ...
Govt. faces the music over dance parties
JAIPUR, NOV.5.Last fortnight's wild parties here have given a bad hangover to the Bharatiya Janata Party-led Government in Rajasthan. With civic bodies' elections in the State scheduled for later this month, the Opposition Congress is making the ...
A clean chit to Govt.
BHOPAL, NOV. 5.Virtually providing a clean chit to the Madhya Pradesh's ruling BJP, the State Election Commission has said the main Opposition Congress' complaints regarding alleged violation of the model code of conduct, in the run-up to this ...
Tight security for Council polls, Karchhana re-poll
LUCKNOW, NOV. 5.Elaborate security arrangements have been made for tomorrow's crucial election for seven seats of the Uttar Pradesh Legislative Council and for the re-polling at 86 booths of Karchhana Assembly by-poll. Central para-military ...
Decision to amend laws draws flak
DEHRA DUN, NOV. 5.The Uttaranchal Cabinet's decision to amend the Local Bodies laws withdrawing the powers of the Municipal Boards to oust the Mayor or president through a no confidence motion and empowering the Government to dismiss these ...
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