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Saturday, November 16, 2002
Whom to believe, asks Cong.
NEW DELHI, NOV. 15. While the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) today chose to tread a cautious path on the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee's appeal to all organisations to honour the Election Commission (EC) decision on the VHP's proposed ...
Cong. answerable on five counts, says BJP
NEW DELHI, NOV. 15. A day after describing the Election Commission's ban on the Vishwa Hindu Parishad's proposed "vijay yatra'' in Gujarat as "inappropriate,'' the Bharatiya Janata Party today trained its guns on the Congress, criticising the ...
India will not be party to code against missile proliferation
NEW DELHI, NOV. 15.India will not be a party to the International Code of Conduct against Ballistic Missile Proliferation (ICOC) to be signed by consenting countries at a conference in The Hague, Netherlands, on November 25-26. The Foreign Office ...
'Nation watching J&K Govt. on terrorism front'
ON BOARD ADVANI'S AIRCRAFT, NOV. 15. A new Government in Jammu and Kashmir would make no difference to Pakistan's attitude to the State. The Government in Kashmir may have changed and "the government which was the bete noir of Pakistan may ...
Bofors deal: Massive cover-up, says judge
NEW DELHI, NOV. 15. The CBI court here has held that there was a secret design by the former Prime Minister, the late Rajiv Gandhi, and the former Defence Secretary, S.K. Bhatnagar (since deceased), to ensure that the AB Bofors company was ...
Iftar parties and political fare
NEW DELHI, NOV. 15. The traditional Iftar parties hosted by the Congress president, Sonia Gandhi, are the most sought after in the month of Ramadan. However this year, there is a surprise. The Congress has decided against holding the party this ...
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