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    King Gyanendra lifts emergency
    Press censorship, ban on political parties stay

    It is a welcome first step, says India
    Calls for release of political leaders and restoration of civil liberties

    30 years since the war ended, Vietnam focusses on future
    Economic rejuvenation is the key word; hundreds of war veterans join celebrations

    India, Japan discuss Security Council membership issue
    Two African countries may be included in the list of contenders

    Bill on tribals' rights soon: Manmohan
    BHORAMDEV (CHHATTISGARH): The Centre will soon introduce a bill in Parliament to give legal sanction to the "traditional rights" of tribals living in forests and devolve more responsibility on their village councils, Prime Minister Manmohan ...

    BSP MP arrested
    LUCKNOW: Baleshwar Yadav, Bahujan Samaj Party MP from Padrauna, was arrested on Saturday for allegedly attacking the Kaptainganj police station in Kushinagar district and freeing a criminal on Thursday. His supporters roughed up policemen, ...

    Manmohan's fiat
    NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has asked Law Minister H.R. Bhardwaj to prepare a comprehensive note on probity and public life. He gave this information to reporters on the sidelines of the National Conference on Judicio-Legal Reforms ...

    3 more members resign
    NEW DELHI: Stepping up their campaign for ousting Sangeet Natak Akademi Chairperson Sonal Mansingh, three more general council members, including one State Government representative, resigned on Saturday. The total number of those who have quit ...

    Leander, Mahesh too good for Uzbeks
    JAIPUR: Leander Paes and Mahesh Bhupathi proved too good for Uzbekistan, despite not being at their best, as India took an unbeatable 3-0 lead in the Davis Cup Asia-Oceania group `I' second round tie at the Jai Club courts here on ...

    Quake in Sumatra
    PORT BLAIR: A moderate quake shook the Indonesian island of Sumatra on Saturday, the Meteorological Department said here. The tremor, measuring 5.3 magnitude, was recorded at 6.47 p.m. (IST). — ...

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