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Friday, December 24, 2004
``Dismiss Modi Government''
NEW DELHI, DEC. 23. The Tehelka revelation that the Best Bakery case witness was paid money allegedly by a Bharatiya Janata Party legislator in Gujarat figured today in the Lok Sabha with the Rashtriya Janata Dal members demanding the ...
Tehelka cover seeks police protection
AHMEDABAD, DEC. 23. The Nationalist Congress Party member of the Vadodara Municipal Corporation, Nissar Hussein Sayed, alleged to be the Tehelka cover in the Zahira Sheikh bribing case, has sought police protection. Mr. Sayed, popularly known ...
Janata Dal (United) wants single-phase elections in Bihar
NEW DELHI, DEC. 23. The Janata Dal (United) leaders led by its president, George Fernandes, today met the Chief Election Commissioner, T.S. Krishnamurthy, and sought a single-phase election in Bihar. The State goes to polls on February 3, 15 and ...
Grandmother comes down on Zahira
NEW DELHI, DEC. 23. Zahira's maternal grandmother has raised strong questions on Zahira's character and implored that she be hanged for changing her testimony. The grandmother stated that she was present when rioters burned up the Best Bakery. ...
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