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U.P. Governor not partisan: Advani
NEW DELHI, NOV. 28. Turning down an Opposition demand in the Lok Sabha for a Central directive to the Uttar Pradesh Governor to convene a special session of the Assembly for testing the strength of the Mayawati Government, the Deputy Prime ...
Suicide attack on Kenya hotel, missiles fired at Israeli plane
MOMBASA (KENYA), NOV. 28. Suicide bombers blew up a hotel full of Israelis in Kenya today, killing 14 persons minutes after missiles narrowly missed an Israeli airliner taking off nearby, in an apparently synchronised attack. Israeli and ...
Bail granted to Kolathur Mani
BANGALORE, NOV. 28. The Karnataka High Court on Thursday ordered that T.S. Mani, alias Kolathur Mani, who is in judicial custody, be enlarged on conditional bail in three cases, registered by the Chamarajanagar East, Kollegal Rural and Ramapura ...
'Will face arrest in T.N.'
CHENNAI, NOV. 28.Even as Karnataka is preparing to withdraw the cases against Kolathur Mani and send him as an emissary to the forest bandit, Veerappan, the Tamil Nadu Government today made it clear that he would be arrested the moment he stepped ...
No change in Kashmir policy: Musharraf
ISLAMABAD, NOV. 28. The Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, has said that the new Government headed by Mir Zafrullah Khan Jamali would continue the Kashmir policy of Pakistan ``without any alteration.'' Gen. Musharraf spelt out the new ...
Gujarat riots: Cong. promises special courts
AHMEDABAD, NOV. 28.A "riot-free Gujarat'' where the people will be able to live in "peace, prosperity, happiness and security'' and special courts or inquiry commissions to try the communal riot and the cooperative bank scam cases have been ...
Cauvery meet today
New Delhi, Nov. 28. The Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, will chair a crucial Cauvery River Authority meeting tomorrow that will decide on the shortfall in the Cauvery water releases made by Karnataka to Tamil Nadu in the last two months ...
AIR station attacked
SRINAGAR, NOV. 28.Militants today launched a rocket attack on the All India Radio station here, damaging its music room. There was no immediate report of any casualty in the attack, which took place around 6 p.m., official sources said. — ...
Canada bans Jaish, Harkat
OTTAWA, NOV. 28.Canada has added six groups to its list of banned terrorist groups, including the controversial Palestinian group, Hamas. The announcement came yesterday in the House of Commons with the Solicitor-General, Wayne Easter, ...
'Jhajjar was not motivated'
NEW DELHI, NOV. 28.In a crucial twist to the lynching of five Dalits at Jhajjar in Haryana, the National SC and ST Commission has held that the victims' caste was not a factor for their being targeted by an ``ordinary'' mob and that the incident ...
ROHTAK, NOV. 28. The Jhajjar district president of the Shiv Sena, Sheeshpal, against whom an arrest warrant was issued in the case of lynching of five Dalits, today surrendered in a court. Mr. Sheeshpal was formally arrested and ...

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