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    BJP criticism of WTO accord assailed
    NEW DELHI, AUG.4.The Congress today ridiculed the Bharatiya Janata party (BJP) for not welcoming the success India had achieved at the recent meeting of the World Trade Organisation. The party spokesperson, Jayanti Natarajan, said the BJP ...

    `Bengal will need 3 weeks to execute death sentence'
    KOLKATA, AUG. 4. "I am not in a position to offer a comprehensive comment on this issue now. Let us wait for the formal communication from the Centre," said the West Bengal Chief Minister, Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee, who had led a campaign for the ...

    `Negligence led to Tehri accident'
    NEW DELHI, AUG. 4. Expressing shock over the tragedy at the Tehri Hydel Project in Uttaranchal resulting in the death of more than 25 labourers inside a tunnel, the Centre of Indian Trade Unions (CITU) said it revealed the criminal indifference ...

    Centre in no hurry to compromise on Manipur
    NEW DELHI, AUG. 4. The intensity and speed with which the political movement in Manipur against the Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act has erupted has left the Manmohan Singh Government floundering for a response. Senior Ministers acknowledge ...

    BJP suspends five rebel MLAs
    NEW DELHI, AUG. 4. The Bharatiya Janata Party today suspended five rebel MLAs in Uttar Pradesh who have been ``openly violating party discipline, sitting with'' the Samajwadi Party MLAs, and issuing statements against the party leadership, ...

    Working of coordination panel to be formalised
    NEW DELHI. AUG. 4. The United Progressive Alliance (UPA) and the Left parties today agreed to formalise the working of the coordination committee. At the end of a three-hour meeting they appeared keen on giving the impression that there was a ...

    We needed a magnanimous approach, says Ramdas
    MUMBAI, AUG. 4.For a soldier trained for war to be recognised for his work for peace is unusual in any country. But for an Indian soldier and a Pakistani journalist to be selected for an international peace award is unprecedented. India's ...

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