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Thursday, April 15, 2004, Chandigarh, India
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1 dead, 25 hurt in Doda attack
Ultras target Cong rally
Jammu, April 14
One Congress activist was killed and 25 persons were injured, seven of them seriously, when terrorists hurled a grenade at a Congress election rally in Banihal town of Doda district on the Jammu-Srinagar highway today. Kashmir Health Minister Lal Singh, Congress candidate for the Udhampur Lok Sabha seat, escaped unhurt in the attack.

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O
ver the years, the rigours of the Law of Contempt have prevented the Press and the people from examining the functioning of the judiciary. The judiciary has also used the Law of Contempt as a shield against public scrutiny and criticism which are essential for its own health.

IYC chief resigns over denial of ticket
Randeep Singh SurjewalaChandigarh, April 14
The President of the Indian Youth Congress, Mr Randeep Singh Surjewala, has resigned from his post, presumably in protest against the denial of the party ticket from the Hisar Lok Sabha constituency.



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Rahul Dravid raises his bat to celebrate after completing a century during the second day of the third and final Test between Pakistan and India at the Pindi stadium in Rawalpindi on Wednesday. Dravidís unbeaten 134 runs helped India post 342 for four at stumps on the second day in reply to Pakistanís first innings total of 224, giving them a first innings lead of 118 with six wickets in hand. ó AFP photo

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NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION: Two women among four held for selling antiques

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OPINIONS: SC on TV ads

BUSINESS: Fulfil promises, garment exporters to Chautala

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WORLD: Need for sustained talks, India tells Pakistan

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EC tightens screws on expenses
New Delhi, April 14
Chief Election Commissioner, T.S. Krishna Murthy will visit Ranchi tomorrow to review the preparations for the Lok Sabha poll in the state.


Nation page: EC gets report on Lucknow stampede
Editorial: SC on TV ads

PM sees hope in Pak response
Atal Bihari VajpayeeJammu, April 14
Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee today said the Kashmir problem would be solved within the constitutional framework and violence was no answer to it. He said the Lok Sabha elections in the state would be held in a free and fair manner like the last assembly elections.
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PM accepts verdict in Best Bakery case
Bangalore, April 14
Even as BJP leaders were busy defending Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi in the Best Bakery case, Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee today said he accepted the verdict of the apex court and would abide by it.

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