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BJP failed on all fronts: Sonia
Sonia Gandhi
Congress conclave begins
PACHMARHI (MP), Sept 4 — The Congress President, Mrs Sonia Gandhi, today set the tone for the three-day brainstorming session of the party with candid observations on all-round approach, distortions that have crept in and need to have course correction.

Organisational affairs generate heat
PACHMARHI, Sept 4 — After a sedate start this morning, the Congress brainstorming session hotted up in sharp contrast to the cool winds that blew across this hill resort.
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Tribune Matrimonials

15,000 teachers court arrest
25-day strike nears end
NEW DELHI, Sept 4 — Notwithstanding the mass courting of arrest by thousands of teachers in the Capital, a compromise between the striking university and college teachers and the HRD Ministry appears to be in sight with the two sides describing their talks today as "satisfactory".
Agni-II 'almost ready'
NEW DELHI, Sept 4 — The 2,500-km plus intermediate range ballistic missile Agni-II is almost ready and will be test-fired for the first time in the "very near future", Defence Ministry sources said here today.

NAM for meet on terrorism
DURBAN, Sept 4 — Putting aside South African President Nelson Mandela’s controversial remarks on Kashmir, the nonaligned summit today endorsed India’s key proposals for a global summit on combating terrorism and an international meet for complete elimination of nuclear weapons by 1999
SA Deputy President apologises

BJP lauds Atal


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Khalsa celebrations begin
PAONTA SAHIB, Sept 4 — Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal today formally launched the tercentenary celebrations of the birth of the Khalsa from the historic Sri Paonta Sahib gurdwara amidst slogans of "Bole so nihal, Sat Sri Akal" and recital of Gurbani by eminent ragis.

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