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RLM asks PM to quit; LS adjourned
Congress leads RS walkout
NEW DELHI, Nov 30 — The first day of the winter session of the Lok Sabha began on a heated note today with members of the Rashtriya Janata Dal-Samajwadi combine, the Rashtriya Loktantrik Morcha, demanding government’s resignation over its failure to contain prices and forcing adjournment of the House for the day.
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Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee being received by Parliamentary Affairs Minister Madan Lal Khurana at Parliament House on his arrival to attend the opening day of the Winter Session in New Delhi on Monday.
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Vajpayee says ‘no’
NEW DELHI, Nov 30 — Assured of the support of the allies to the BJP-led coalition government, the Prime Minister, Mr Atal Behari Vajpayee, today rejected the Opposition’s demand for the resignation of his government in the wake of the BJP’s defeat in the recently held assembly elections in Delhi, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh.

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Gehlot to head Rajasthan govt
Sonia decides leadership issue
JAIPUR, Nov 30— The Rajasthan Congress President, Mr Ashok Gehlot, who led the party to its most spectacular victory in assembly elections, will be the state's new Chief Minister.
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Mrs Sheila DikshitSheila Dikshit to be Delhi CM
New Delhi, Nov 30 - Mrs Sheila Dikshit (60) will be the new Chief Minister of Delhi. She was nominated by the Congress president, Mrs Sonia Gandhi, after the Congress Legislature Party in Delhi unanimously resolved to authorise the Congress President to nominate its leader.

Digvijay likely choice as MP CM
BHOPAL, Nov 30 — Having led the party to victory in the elections against heavy odds, Chief Minister Digvijay Singh is likely to be re-elected leader of the Congress Legislature Party in Madhya Pradesh.

Allies rally behind government Zoramthanga is CM-designate
Why Cong favoured Rule 193 Election fallout on Haryana
Bandh hits life; 600 arrested


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Foreign militants going back
JAMMU, Nov 30 — Scores of Afghan guerrillas are said to have crossed back to Pakistan from Poonch and Kupwara sectors in recent weeks. To fill the gap small groups of Pakistan-trained local boys and Pakistani exservicemen have sneaked into Jammu and Kashmir.
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