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Not looking at territorial solutions: India
NEW DELHI, NOV. 24. India stressed today that it was not looking at "territorial solutions" to Jammu and Kashmir even as the Pakistan Prime Minister, Shaukat Aziz, said that the "essence" of the President, Pervez Musharraf's "proposals" was ...
Decision to raise LPG prices by Rs.5 a month dropped
NEW DELHI, NOV. 24. In the wake of the discussions at the United Progressive Alliance coordination committee, the Government today rolled back the decision to raise the prices of liquefied petroleum gas (cooking gas) by Rs. 5 a cylinder every ...
I was forced to give confessional statement: accused
KANCHEEPURAM, NOV. 24. Kathiravan, an accused in the Sankararaman murder case involving the Kanchi Sankaracharya, today made a submission before the Kancheepuram Judicial Magistrate-I, G. Uthamaraj, that he was forced to give a confessional ...
Court directive on mid-day meal for children
NEW DELHI, NOV. 24.The Supreme Court has directed all States and Union Territories to provide cooked mid-day meal to primary school students by January 2005. A Bench, comprising Justice Y.K. Sabharwal and Justice S.H. Kapadia, in its order ...
Preserve `Hindu ethos': Advani
RANCHI, NOV. 24. A call to "preserve the Hindu ethos" and "prevent" the Congress, the Communists and other political forces from "erasing the Hindu ethos and obfuscating the Hindu identity of our culture and civilisation" was made by the ...
Anil Ambani skips conference
MUMBAI, NOV. 24.Amid controversy over `ownership issue,' the Vice Chairman of Reliance Industries, Anil Ambani, today skipped a World Bank conference on `Improving India's Investment Climate.' Mr. Ambani's name was in the list of speakers at ...
Jet Airways plans IPO
NEW DELHI, NOV. 24. Jet Airways is planning to come out with the initial public offering (IPO) soon. The airline is fine-tuning the details of the IPO and hopes to finalise it over the next three weeks, Jet Airways Chairman, Naresh Goyal, told ...
PORT-OF-SPAIN (TRINIDAD), NOV. 24.Captain Brian Lara and 15 other West Indies players were dumped on Wednesday from a one-day cricket tournament in Australia in January. This was done after they refused to sign a contract over sponsorship deals. ...
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