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    CPI(M) to continue fight against neo-liberalisation
    NEW DELHI, APRIL 8. Outlining a twin-pronged political approach, the Communist Party of India (Marxist) said the party would carry forward the fight against communal forces and intensify the battle against the policies of ...

    `These walls, these rooms remind me of my childhood'
    SRINAGAR, APRIL 8. After spending the first night in India as guests of the state, the 30 people who boarded the bus from Muzaffarabad to Srinagar today finally reunited with their families. Eleven of the passengers were from the Jammu ...

    Left parties seek clarification on "clean chit" to Fernandes
    NEW DELHI, APRIL.8. Leaders of the Left parties today sought a clarification on reports that the Centre had given a "clean chit" to the former Defence Minister, George Fernandes, for arms procurement during the Kargil war. The Congress, ...

    Congress assails BJP for not supporting bus service
    NEW DELHI, APRIL 8.With the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) failing to join the celebration of the successful flagging-off of the Srinagar-Muzaffrabad bus service, the Congress today sought to remind it about the unconditional support extended by ...

    ``Ties with U.S. have never been better''
    NEW DELHI, APRIL 8. The External Affairs Minister, K. Natwar Singh, has said that India-U.S. relations "have never been better" despite the American decision to sell F-16 fighter jets to Pakistan. "Our relationship has reached a level of ...

    India should declare sanctions against U.S.: Canadian Minister
    CHENNAI, APRIL 8. India should declare sanctions against the United States for its failure to repeal the ``Byrd Amendment'' which had been struck down as illegal by the World Trade Organisation, says James Peterson, Canada's Minister of ...

    Zubin Mehta, Rostropovich to perform in Mumbai
    MUMBAI, APRIL 8. He says his nationality is unspecified and his home is in an airplane. But Russian-born world-renowned cellist, Mstislav Rostropovich, is excited to be back in India after 20 years to play with the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino ...

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