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Monday, April 15, 2002
TDP not to withdraw support
NEW DELHI, APRIL 14. The Vajpayee Government, which faced a crisis following the strong stand of its key ally, Telugu Desam Party, over the Gujarat developments, breathed easy tonight with the TDP reiterating its support to the National ...
Gujarat standoff will cast its shadow on Parliament session
NEW DELHI, APRIL 14. The battle lines are drawn between the Government and the Opposition, and the reconvened budget session of Parliament, commencing tomorrow, will probably be a stormy affair. Like the first half of the session, it is likely to ...
TDP to await PM response in Parliament
HYDERABAD, APRIL 14. The Telugu Desam Party has decided to maintain its pressure on the BJP-led Government at the Centre by pressing its demand for replacement of the Gujarat Chief Minister, Narendra Modi, in Parliament on Monday. It was ...
'I am more than a match for you'
Mr. Vajpayee, today sent out a tough meage to the NDA allies and supporting parties, warning that he was more than a match for them. It is learnt that during his concluding remarks at the BJP national executive committee here this afternoon, ...
I can prove majority any time: PM
PANAJI, APRIL 14. Two clear messages were sent out by the Bharatiya Janata Party from here today. The first was that there was no danger to the Vajpayee Government if necessary the party was willing and able to find new friends ...
I did not mean it: Sonia
NEW DELHI, APRIL 14.The Congress president, Sonia Gandhi, today sought to defuse the controversy over her remarks about the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee. In a statement this evening, Ms. Gandhi clarified that she was "not happy about the ...
Not against Islam: PM
NEW DELHI, APRIL 14. Two days after his speech, the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, today said he was surprised and pained by the ``baseless and misinformed'' criticism of what he said in Panaji being projected as `anti-Islam and ...
Kuwait seeks deportation
NEW DELHI, APRIL 14. In a somersault, Interpol Kuwait has sought deportation of Dhalal Falag Al-Azmi, who eloped with her lover to India, to her country, days after its mission had announced here that it did not want her to return and had also ...
Troops exchange fire
JAMMU, APRIL 14.One woman was injured in intermittent firing and shelling which continued along the International Border and the Line of Control in Jammu since Saturday, official sources said today. Pakistani troops continued shelling on ...
BANGALORE, APRIL 14.A group of people today attacked a church at Moodabidari near Mangalore protesting against alleged attempts to convert the local Hindus to Christianity, police said. Police said the slogan-shouting mob barged into the ...
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