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Krishan Kant admits censure motion on Gujarat
NEW DELHI, APRIL 24.The Union Home Minister, L. K. Advani, today rejected the demand for a probe by a sitting judge of the Supreme Court into the massacres in Gujarat, even as the Rajya Sabha Chairman, Krishan Kant, admitted a censure motion on ...
We too can use Rule 184: BJP
NEW DELHI, APRIL 24. The Bharatiya Janata Party seems to have set its heart on paying the compliment of a censure motion back to the Opposition parties. The party spokesperson, V.K. Malhotra, today warned that motions under Rule 184 would now ...
Privilege move against PM
NEW DELHI, APRIL 24. The Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, was in the centre of a controversy in the Lok Sabha today as irate Opposition members served a notice of breach of privilege motion against him for alleged remarks on the Deputy ...
'Partisan role' by some foreign missions deplored
NEW DELHI, APRIL 24.India, for the second time in a week, today expressed its strong disapproval of ``foreign interference'' in the developments in Gujarat and especially warned the European Union (EU) that its unabated activism in the State can ...
India reiterates support for dialogue in Sri Lanka
NEW DELHI, APRIL 24. India today reiterated its support for negotiations that would ensure Sri Lanka's unity and territorial integrity, but at the same time meet the aspirations of all ethnic groups in the island nation. The Prime Minister, ...
Gulshan case: One convicted
MUMBAI, APRIL 24.In yet another setback to the prosecution, a city court today acquitted 18 accused in the murder of audio king Gulshan Kumar saying it has failed to prove conspiracy charges against them, but convicted one person who had shot ...
Accounts frozen
ISLAMABAD, APRIL 24. Pakistan has ordered all banks and non-banking financial institutions in the country to freeze the accounts and assets of three militant groups accused of having links with the terrorist-suspect, Osama bin Laden. The ...
Security for Afroze
MUMBAI, APRIL 24.A special court here today ordered the police to provide armed security guard to the suspected Al-Qaeda terrorist, Mohammad Afroze Abdul Razaaq, with immediate effect. The order was delivered by the designated judge, A. P. ...
Deuba's house torched
KATHMANDU, APRIL 24. Maoist rebels have burned down the country home of Nepal's Prime Minister, Sher Bahadur Deuba, in the west of the kingdom. Officials said today Mr. Deuba was in Kathmandu at the time. A group of rebels surrounded the house ...
Air Marshal Bhatia shifted
NEW DELHI, APRIL 24.The Indian Air Force today transferred the Commander-in-Chief of the Western Air Command, V. K. Bhatia, to a relatively peripheral post at the Air Headquarters here for "straying into Pakistani airspace and then attempting to ...

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