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We will never allow trifurcation of J&K: Sonia
SRINAGAR SEPT. 19. Describing the problem in Jammu and Kashmir as "serious'', the Congress president, Sonia Gandhi, today called for an unconditional dialogue with the representatives of all the three regions of the State, including separatists. ...
Remarkable voter turnout, says Blackwill
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 19. The United States Ambassador to India, Robert Blackwill, said today that the first phase of elections in Jammu and Kashmir had been ``very positive'' and the 48 per cent turnout was ``remarkable''. He was quoted as telling ...
President's rule in Gujarat only option: Cong.
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 19. The Congress today maintained in the Supreme Court that the three-point Presidential reference was an ``exercise in futility'' as it would not serve any purpose. But at the same time, the party fully endorsed the Election ...
New role for Agnihotri?
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 19. A new route has been found to extend diplomatic status to Bhishma Agnihotri, India's ambassador-at-large for Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) and Persons of Indian Origin (PIOs), via India's Permanent Mission to the United Nations ...
Karnataka Cabinet nod for stopping water to T.N.
BANGALORE, SEPT. 19.The Karnataka Cabinet today ratified the Government decision to suspend the release of Cauvery water to Tamil Nadu from the Kabini, Krishnaraja Sagar, Hemavathy, and Harangi reservoirs. The Chief Minister, S.M. Krishna, had ...
Stage-managed protests, says Jayalalithaa
CHENNAI, SEPT. 19. The Karnataka Government is "stage-managing" protests to provide an excuse for halting the release of Cauvery water and a State Government "not capable of maintaining law and order should quit or be dismissed," the Tamil Nadu ...
Ultras storm school: 2 killed
JAMMU, SEPT.19.Militants gunned down a teacher and a student in a village in Udhampur district of Jammu region today. A group of three to four militants stormed the government school at Jamalsan village and started firing indiscriminately ...
KOLKATA, SEPT. 19.Jagmohan Dalmiya was unanimously re-elected BCCI president at a meeting of the Indian Cricket Board here today. Mr. Dalmiya, who won an acrimonious election last year, was re-elected unopposed this time in his home turf. ...
Jayalalithaa's offer in court
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 19.The `TANSI case' in the Supreme Court today took a new turn, with the senior counsel for the Tamil Nadu Chief Minister, Jayalalithaa submitting that she was willing to surrender the property to the Government even ...
Priya Tendulkar dead
MUMBAI, SEPT. 19. Noted actress and social activist Priya Tendulkar, died here today after cardiac arrest at her residence, family sources said. She was 48. Priya, daughter of renowned playwright Vijay Tendulkar, started her career in ...
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