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Friday, September 23, 2005
BJP-JD(U) talks on seat-sharing for Bihar polls fail
JD(U) insists on seats won by LJP candidates now with it No point in continuing talks unless BJP agrees to a formula, says JD (U) leader
Police deny report on caste conflict
It was a clash between two groups at Haryana village, says Additional DGP
Their awards came from jaws of death
SHIMLA: Sulekha Devi, a frail but courageous woman from Kangra district in Himachal Pradesh, snatched her five-year-old son Munish from the jaws of a leopard on a wintry night last year. She caught the leopard by one hand while raining blows by ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Geelani's Hurriyat suffers setback
Two allies walk out; Geelani says he is strengtheningTehreek-e-Hurriyat-e-Kashmir
Nod for conservation plan for Srinagar lakes
The Rs. 298.76-crore project will improve the water quality and lake ecology
2 BSF jawans killed in ambush
IMPHAL: Two Border Security Force personnel were killed and some others seriously injured in an ambush at Kumbi Khodrak in Manipur's Bishnupur district late Wednesday evening. The People's Liberation Army, a banned insurgent group, has claimed ...
Students on the warpath to improve quality of mess food
PONDICHERRY: For the second time in five months, students from two hostels of Pondicherry University staged a demonstration on Wednesday to protest against the low quality of food supplied in the hostel mess. A large number of students came out ...
Ramadoss criticises demand for re-introduction of POTA
Jayalalithaa wants to settle scores with many persons, says Ramadoss Jayalalithaa wants to settle scores with many persons: PMK leader The naxalite problem was spawned by acute poverty and unemployment, and on this two spheres, the `AIADMK Governmen t's record was dismal.'
Bid to crush stir by teachers: Jamuna
`Government has appointed a panel on the issue'
Muslim girls' fight against odds
Majority have to drop out primarily due to their parents' inability to bear the cost
Justice B.K. Roy shifted to Sikkim
NEW DELHI: The President has transferred Justice Binod Kumar Roy, Chief Justice of the Gauhati High Court, as the Chief Justice of the Sikkim High Court. He has been asked to assume charge on or before September 30. Justice Roy was appointed a ...
Probe ordered into temple functioning
DEHRA DUN: The Uttaranchal Government has ordered a probe into alleged irregularities in the functioning of the Badrinath-Kedarnath Temple Committee. The issues to be probed include purchase of an expensive car for the Chairman, frequent ...
A victory for freedom of speech, says Taslima
Court holds the argument in favour of ban on her book as not tenable
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