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BJP, RSS discuss poll coordination
NEW DELHI, MARCH 5.Senior leaders of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh and the Bharatiya Janata Party met at the Prime Minister's residence here today to discuss coordination in the Sangh Parivar during the coming general elections and to ensure ...
`clear victory' for NDA: survey
NEW DELHI, MARCH 5.A nation-wide opinion poll conducted by the English weekly, Outlook, has predicted a "clear victory" for the Vajpayee-led National Democratic Alliance, giving it between 280 and 290 seats in the Lok Sabha elections. ...
ONGC public issue oversubscribed
NEW DELHI, MARCH 5.The public issue of 10 per cent of the Oil and Natural Gas Corporation shares was oversubscribed by two times today within 10 minutes of the opening, prompting the Disinvestment Minister, Arun Shourie, to describe it as a ...
Congress gets its quota of stars
NEW DELHI, MARCH 5.The Congress today produced a blockbuster. After a long gap, the party paraded a clutch of Bollywood film stars as an answer to the phenomenon of movie stars joining its political rival, the Bharatiya Janata Party. Not ...
U.S. Senate votes to bar outsourcing of federal contracts
WASHINGTON, MARCH 5. The United States Senate has voted to restrict federal contractors from using tax money to ship jobs overseas, reflecting the mood in an election year, when the economy and job losses are high on the Democratic agenda. The ...
Women naxals attack railway station
NAGPUR, MARCH 5. A group of 11 women naxalites today attacked the Makodi Railway Station on the Maharashtra-Andhra Pradesh border and destroyed official documents, a senior police official said here. ``Naxals looted some telephone ...
Bill on women's status passed
JAMMU, MARCH 5.The Jammu and Kashmir Assembly today unanimously passed a Bill, which disqualifies women from being permanent residents of the State after marriage with non-permanent residents. The State Law and Parliamentary Affairs Minister, ...
NEW DELHI, MARCH 5. India and Israel today signed their biggest ever bilateral defence deal worth $1.1 billions under which India will buy three Phalcon Advanced Airborne Warning and Control Systems that will be mounted on the Russian made IL-76 ...
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