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March 25, 2003

The US has ordered fighters of Iraq's main Shiite Muslim opposition movement to refrain from operations against the forc ...
August 12, 2004

US marines and warplanes launched a massive assault today to crush a Shiite Muslim uprising in Najaf.
December 15, 2002

CM Narendra Modi won Maninagar seat, defeating his Cong rival Yatin Oza by a margin of 75,331 votes in the Gujarat Assem ...
December 15, 2002

Mahandra Singh Pal on Sunday won the Nainital Lok Sabha seat defeating his nearest BJP rival Bal Raj Passi by a margin o ...
December 15, 2002

Commenting on the Gujarat poll results, the VHP Gen Secy said while the state has turned out to be a "graveyard for secu ...
October 7, 2004

Voting in the assembly elections in Arunachal Pradesh is underway amid incessant rains, with35 per cent votes cast till ...
May 13, 2004

The Dy Speaker of Lok Sabha was defeated by Pokkuji Koya of JD(U) by 71 votes. Sayeed had won the seat nine times consec ...
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April 14, 2004

Young and educated British Muslims of Pak origin adopting ideology-driven violence has raised concerns.
April 19, 2004

It was expected to be an interesting clash between a popular film actress and a young Muslim leader for the Hyderabad Lo ...
May 13, 2004

Syed Shahnawaz Hussain, the lone Muslim minister in Vajpayee's cabinet, lost in Bihar's Kishanganj constituency.
May 13, 2004

Former Lok Sabha Speaker and senior Congress leader Balram Jakhar was defeated by Ram Singh Kaswan of the BJP in Churu p ...
May 17, 2004

TMMK has asked the Cong Govt to fulfill its election promises for reservation for Muslim community and also to withdraw ...
April 24, 2004

One would think by the jostling going on between political parties for the minority vote that India?s Muslim electorate ...
April 26, 2004

Polling began on a dull note for 104 Assembly seats in the second phase of polls with 10-15% votes being cast in the fi ...
May 13, 2004

Counting of votes for 28 LS and 224 Assembly constituencies in Karnataka began in 42 centres at 8 am.
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