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BJP, INLD parting ways
NEW DELHI, FEB. 8. The Bharatiya Janata Party and the Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) are heading for a split and the BJP is expected to make a formal announcement before the Election Commission announces the Lok Sabha poll schedule later this ...
Mulayam attacks BJP's `feel-good' claim
PATNA, FEB. 8. The Samajwadi Party president and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Mulayam Singh Yadav, today criticised the so-called "feel good" factor being projected by the Bharatiya Janata Party and claimed that no alternative could be provided ...
PoK leader calls for a wider dialogue
NEW DELHI, FEB. 8. A prominent opposition leader from Pakistan-occupied Jammu and Kashmir has called for a broad dialogue on the State's future, involving leaders from all its regions and political groupings on both sides of the Line of Control. ...
Killing of civilians: FIR registered against Army
SRINAGAR, FEB. 8. Thousands of people today took to the streets in Bandipore town in north Kashmir, protesting against the killing of five civilians who had been used as "human shield" by the Army in an operation to flush out militants in Argam ...
Now the talks will be nuclear-centric
NEW DELHI, FEB. 8. Quite unpredictably, the nuclear issue has catapulted to prominence as the Foreign Secretaries of India and Pakistan prepare to begin the dialogue process in Islamabad next week. When the Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, ...
Fencing along LoC to be completed by May
JAMMU, FEB. 8. Fencing operations along the 550-km Line of Control would be completed by May and this would deal a deathblow to terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir, the Union Minister of State for Defence, Chaman Lal Gupta, said here today. Talking ...
New Home Secretary takes charge
NEW DELHI, FEB. 8.Anil Baijal today took over as the new Union Home Secretary. He succeeds N. Gopalaswami, who has now become an Election Commissioner. An IAS officer of the 1969 batch, Mr. Baijal was till now Vice-Chairman of the Delhi ...
CPI(M) identifying seats to contest
NEW DELHI, FEB. 8.The Communist Party of India (Marxist) which has decided to contest about 70 seats in the coming Lok Sabha elections has begun the task of identifying them. The CPI(M) would contest 32 of the 42 Lok Sabha constituencies in ...
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