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Thakur quits, Mamata 'insists' on Rlys
NEW DELHI, JUNE 30. The Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, is all set to reshuffle his Cabinet on Monday evening, after having already named the Union Home Minister, Lal Kishen Advani, as his Deputy Prime Minister. The new entrants to the ...
Thakur `supporters' ransack BJP office
PATNA, JUNE 30. Irked by reports that the Union Health and Family Welfare Minister, C.P. Thakur, may be dropped from the Union Council of Ministers, his supporters ransacked the State BJP office here today. The protestors accused the leadership ...
Ronaldo steers Brazil to fifth title
YOKOHAMA, JUNE 30. Brazil won a record fifth World Cup today when Ronaldo Luis Nazario de Lima erased the memory of his 1998 final nightmare by scoring both goals in a 2-0 victory over Germany. The world's greatest striker's four long years of ...
Vajpayee should lead BJP in next elections, says Advani
NEW DELHI, JUNE 30. A day after his elevation as the Deputy Prime Minister, the Union Home Minister, L.K. Advani, today said the BJP was keen that the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, contest the next Lok Sabha election and lead the party in ...
Trifurcate J&K, says RSS
KURUKSHETRA, JUNE 30. Echoing the views of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad, the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh today demanded the division of Jammu and Kashmir and said that the Ayodhya issue was a ``matter of faith'' and ``beyond the powers of the ...
Smerch trials begin
NEW DELHI, JUNE 30. Smerch, a long-range Russian rocket system, which can be used lethally in plains as well as mountains, has begun trials in India prior to its induction into the Army. The first session of trials of the rocket system with a ...
Poll reforms take effect
NEW DELHI, JUNE 30. With the Election Commission deciding to implement the Supreme Court order on electoral reforms aimed at preventing entry of criminals into politics, every candidate in any election from tomorrow onward will have to furnish an ...
'No poll boycott call'
SRINAGAR, JUNE 30. The Jamaat-e-Islami, a dominant constituent of the Hurriyat Conference, has said it will not issue any call for boycotting the coming Assembly polls and hinted it might participate in the democratic exercise in ...
KARACHI, JUNE 30. Calling them ``dangerous religious terrorists,'' the Pakistani Government made a public appeal today for help in finding Osama bin Laden, his top aide and 16 other Al-Qaeda members. The appeal, made in a news release carried ...
No work for 3 judges
CHANDIGARH, JUNE 30. In a fall out of the job-for-cash scam involving the former Punjab Public Service Commission Chairman, Ravinder Pal Singh Sidhu, three judges of the Punjab and Haryana High Court, whose names reportedly figured in ...
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