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Wednesday, March 06, 2002
VHP will abide by court verdict: Kanchi Acharya
NEW DELHI, MARCH 5. The 50-year-old Ayodhya drama seems to be inching forward towards resolution after the Ram Janmabhoomi Nyas and the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) were persuaded by the Shankaracharya of Kanchi Kamakoti Peetam, Jayendra ...
Pak. to try Omar Sheikh first
ISLAMABAD, MARCH 5. Islamabad has reportedly told Washington that it would try Omar Sheikh, main suspect in the kidnapping of The Wall Street Journal reporter, Daniel Pearl, in Pakistan, before taking a decision on the U.S.' request to extradite ...
`No discrimination in compensation in Gujarat'
AHMEDABAD, MARCH 5. The Gujarat Government today clarified that there was no ``discrimination'' in announcing compensation for the victims of the riots, which followed the Godhra train carnage. The Relief Commissioner, C.K. Koshy, said the ...
Cong. against `puja' at `shilanyas' site
NEW DELHI, MARCH 5. Adopting a cautious approach on the Ayodhya issue, the Congress today maintained that the problem had to resolved through the process of law. On persistent queries if the party was opposed to an amicable, negotiated ...
Cabinet nod for 100 p.c. FDI in films, advertising
NEW DELHI, MARCH 5. The Union Cabinet today approved 100 per cent foreign direct investment (FDI) in films and advertising through the automatic approval route, but held back a decision on permitting FDI in print media. In doing so, it ...
Pak. asked to withdraw staffers
NEW DELHI, MARCH 5. India has asked Pakistan to withdraw two of its staffers from its High Commission for their alleged spying activities. According to the spokesperson of the Ministry of External Affairs, the Director (Pakistan) in the Ministry, ...
Verdict on Arundhati Roy
NEW DELHI, MARCH 5. The Supreme Court will pronounce orders tomorrow in a contempt of court case against the Booker Prize winner, Arundhati Roy, for her alleged derogatory remarks against the court. The Court had issued contempt notice to Ms. ...
BALASORE, MARCH 5. India's most sophisticated medium range surface-to-air missile `Akash' was today successfully test-fired from the Interim Test Range (ITR) in Orissa's Chandipur, about 15 km from here. The indigenously built multi-target ...
CHANDIGARH, MARCH 5. The former Chief Minister, Rajinder Kaur Bhattal, who was a contender for Chief Ministership, was today inducted into the Punjab Cabinet along with 18 others, raising the strength of the Amarinder Singh Ministry to 20. Ms. ...
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