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Pak. responsible for Jammu attack: Advani
NEW DELHI, NOV. 25. The Deputy Prime Minister and Union Home Minister, L. K. Advani, today held Pakistan responsible for Sunday's terrorist attack on the Raghunath temple in Jammu. "Our neighbour is responsible for all this,'' he told ...
Another terrorist killed
JAMMU, NOV. 25.The 13-hour night-long encounter between terrorists and the security forces came to an end here this morning after the shooting down of a `fidayeen' (suicide squad militant) who was holed up inside a residential complex near the ...
Govt. denies stalling Tehelka probe
NEW DELHI, NOV. 25. The Central Government today denied there was any attempt on its part to "sabotage" the work of the Commission inquiring into the Tehelka episode and asserted it was committed to allowing the panel complete its ...
No impropriety, says Venkataswami
NEW DELHI, NOV. 25. The retired Supreme Court judge, Justice K. Venkataswami, who quit as the head of the Tehelka enquiry commission and Chairman of the Authority for Advance Rulings (Customs and Central Excise), today justified his resignation ...
Haren Pandya relents
AHMEDABAD, NOV. 25. After preventing the party from giving nomination to his "arch enemy", Haren Pandya, the Gujarat Chief Minister, Narendra Modi, today filed his nomination papers for the Maninagar seat in Ahmedabad city today, the last day for ...
Cong. not soft on terrorism: Sonia
JAMMU, NOV. 25. The Congress president, Sonia Gandhi, who arrived here today in the wake of the terrorist attack on two temples, defended the Jammu and Kashmir Government policies and said the Congress was not soft on terrorism. But the Union ...
Top IAF post for woman
NEW DELHI, NOV. 25. In a break from tradition, P. Bandopadhyaya today became the first woman officer to rise to the rank of Air Vice-Marshal as she took over as the Additional Director-General, Armed Forces Medical Services here today. Ms. ...
BJP leader shot dead
HAMIRPUR, NOV. 25. A BJP leader, Amir Ahmed alias Laloo, was shot dead and another person seriously injured in a shoot-out in front of the court of the Additional District Magistrate here today, police said. Mr. Ahmed, general-secretary of the ...
CMC meets
NEW DELHI, NOV. 25.The Cauvery Monitoring Committee (CMC), comprising the Chief Secretaries of Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Kerala and Pondicherry, met here today in a bid to prepare a formula for the Cauvery River Authority (CRA) meeting scheduled for ...
Oil blocks for Reliance
NEW DELHI, NOV. 25.A consortium of Reliance Industries Limited and Hardy Exploration and Production (India) has bagged nine of the 23 oil and gas exploration blocks that were on offer under the third round of the New Exploration Licensing Policy. ...
Heavy rain in Orissa likely
BHUBANESWAR, NOV. 25. The cyclonic storm over the Bay of Bengal remained practically stationary and lay centred about 550 km south-east of Paradip at 2. 30 p.m. today. The system was likely to move in a northerly direction, a weatherman at the ...

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