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April 27, 2004

Shobha De was turned away. Bal Thackeray got his turn after eight years. And Anil Ambani took time off from minding his ...
March 30, 2004

Senior BJP leader and leader of opposition in Maharashtra legislative council Nitin Gadkari has been booked for violatio ...
November 17, 2003

Joint Commissioner of Police Sridhar Vagal was arrested on Nov 7 in Mumbai for his alleged role in "sheilding" the prime ...
November 15, 2003

Hours after city top cop RS Sharma proceeded on leave, the state Govt declared that it would decide on the new incumbent ...
October 31, 2003

Six Pune policemen have been suspended for giving special treatment to four people held in a multi-crore stamp paper rac ...
November 15, 2003

The multi-billion-rupee forgery scandal has spread its web of deceit far and wide entrapping prominent politicians, incl ...
November 8, 2003

Sridhar Vagal, arrested in connection with multi-crore fake stamp paper scam, will be produced before a special court fo ...
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August 7, 2003

Sadhus have warned that they would not allow the entry of 'bogus' Puri Shankaracharya Adhokshajananda into the Kumbh.
August 23, 2003

Govt will fail to act against Pepsi in the absence of specific laws, Maharashtra's food authority said.
August 12, 2003

Coming after a gap of 12 years and considered the first royal bath of the new millennium, the holy dip was conducted ami ...
March 1, 2003

The Congress' Anita Verma wins from Hamirpur while Himachal Speaker Ghulab Singh Thakur of BJP lost in Joginder Nagar.
May 12, 2004

The EC has ordered repoll in 429 polling stations in Bettiah and 193 polling booths in Siwan Lok Sabha seats in Bihar on ...
December 15, 2002

In spite of the saffron wave, at least nine senior BJP ministers, including former CM Suresh Mehta, and assembly Speaker ...
April 3, 2004

CPI would contest only four of the assembly five seats bargained from Congress due to delay in seat-sharing.
April 3, 2004

Projections suggest President's UPFA would be the single largest party with 107 seats, writes PK Balachanddran.
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