March 9, 2000, Chandigarh, India
Gujarat withdraws order on RSS
Oppn claims victory; PM denies Centres role
GANDHINAGAR, March 8 Bowing to relentless Opposition pressure in Parliament, the Gujarat Government today withdrew its controversial circular allowing its employees to join the RSS, an issue that paralysed the Lok Sabha for over 10 days.
45 die in HP bus mishap
|NDA, RJD head for
Contest certain for Speakers post
PATNA, March 8 The Opposition RJD today fielded a Congress nominee Sadanand Singh in the election for Bihar Assembly Speakers post tomorrow ensuring a trial of strength ahead of the confidence vote to be sought by Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Friday.
issue rocks Houses
gets 25 months RI
Front crisis deepens
led to coup: Sharif
|Escaped ultra arrives in
MUZAFFARABAD (PoK), March 8 Ghulam Rasool, Shah, a top Kashmiri militant who escaped from Indian custody last month, has reached Pakistan occupied Kashmir, a spokesman for his organisation said today.
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