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Muslim Board rejects seer's proposal to `gift Babri site'
Another passenger train derails in A.P.
TIRUPATI, JULY 6.
RSS caution on dealing with Pak., China
KANYAKUMARI, JULY 6.The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) today urged the Government to devise a policy on Pakistan and China in the light of the 1994 unanimous resolution in Parliament on Pakistan occupied Kashmir and the 1962 resolution on ...
Let them give reasons, says Kanchi Acharya
KANCHEEPURAM, JULY 6. "Let them (All-India Muslim Personal Law Board) give the reasons for rejecting my proposals on the Ayodhya issue. I shall then respond on the matter," the Kanchi Sankaracharya, Sri Jayendra Saraswati, said here ...
`An insult to the Acharya'
KANYAKUMARI, JULY 6. The All-India Muslim Personal Law Board's rejection of the Kanchi Sankaracharya, Sri Jayendra Saraswati's proposals was an insult to the Acharya and Hindus, the Vishwa Hindu Parishad international secretary, Pravin Togadia, ...
`Judicial verdict only solution'
NEW DELHI, JULY 6. The rejection of the Kanchi Sankaracharya, Sri Jayendra Saraswati's formula for resolving the Ayodhya dispute has come as no surprise to various political parties. However, the reactions were very different. The Congress and ...
The Roger Reign begins at Wimbledon...
LONDON, JULY 6. For long a Prince who shirked his royal duties and chose to be oblivious to his obvious destiny, Roger Federer at last turned up on the big stage displaying all the authority of a mighty sovereign to claim the throne that matters ...
Paes helps Navratilova create history
LONDON, JULY 6.The legend and the heroic Indian fighter pulled it off on the greatest tennis stage in the world, casting a gilt edged twilight on the final moments of the 117th Wimbledon championships on Sunday. Playing their second mixed ...
Sania Mirza makes history
NEW DELHI, JULY 6. Sania Mirza became the first Indian to have won a Grand Slam title when she triumphed in the girls' doubles event at Wimbledon today, partnering Alisa Kleybanova of Russia. Mirza and Kleybanova lost the first set to the ...
Paramhans in hospital again
LUCKNOW, JULY 6. The president of the Ramjanmabhoomi Trust, Ramchandradas Paramhans, suffered a second heart attack he had suffered an attack on June 12 early today at his ashram in Ayodhya. He was admitted to a local hospital in ...
10 undertrials escape
BHUBANESWAR, JULY 6. Ten undertrials, including one naxalite, escaped from the Malkangiri jail in Orissa in the early hours of today. A manhunt has been launched to arrest them. The undertrials, who were lodged in one cell, escaped by jumping ...
WASHINGTON, JULY 6.The U.S. space agency NASA today postponed for the fifth time the launch of a robot probe to explore the surface of Mars, while warning that another postponement may be necessary. AFP ...
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