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Advani claims victory for the Govt.
NEW DELHI, MAY 7.The Bharatiya Janata Party today claimed that the Gujarat debate in Parliament was not an embarrassment for it, and the message that had been conveyed was that the Vajpayee Government was strong and stable. The logic: the ...
Gill asks for 1000 Punjab commandos?
NEW DELHI, MAY 7.For the second time within a few days, K.P.S. Gill, former Director-General of Punjab Police and now Security Adviser to the Gujarat Chief Minister, Narendra Modi, met the Union Home Minister, L.K. Advani, in his North Block ...
India gifts three planes to Afghanistan
NEW DELHI, MAY 7.The Civil Aviation Ministry has gifted three Air-India Airbus-300-B4 aircraft to Ariana Afghan Airlines as part of a reconstruction package to Afghanistan. The aircraft, which were operating on the Gulf route, were going to be ...
Hizb commanders fault Salahuddin's move
SRINAGAR MAY 7. In what is seen as the first banner of revolt against the leadership, two top Hizbul Mujahideen commanders have expressed their resentment over the decision of the supreme commander, Syed Salahuddin, to expel Abdul Majid Dar and ...
HC summons Tipnis in contempt of court case
SRINAGAR, MAY 7.The Jammu and Kashmir High Court has summoned the former Chief of Air Staff Air Chief Marshal A.Y. Tipnis among others to appear before it on May 29 in a contempt of court case in connection with the alleged non-payment of ...
Hurriyat 'split' may change J&K political scenario
SRINAGAR, MAY 7.From the controversial Dubai conclave to the expulsion of three top commanders of the Hizb-ul Mujahideen, the developments in the past few weeks may lead to changes in the political scenario of the troubled State of Jammu and ...
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  • TDP urges Cong. to back Balayogi's wife
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  • Post-Godhra violence pre-planned: AIMPLB
  • Shivaraj Patil's daughter commits suicide
  • Finance Secy. moved out after every budget

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