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Naidu focuses on BJP strategy
Hyderabad, January 11
In a vitriolic attack on the principal opposition party, Bharatiya Janata Party president M. Venkaiah Naidu today said, “For the first time in its 119-year-old history, under its present leadership, the Congress is worried about its survival”.
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BJP President Venkaiah Naidu and Telugu Desam party supremo and Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N. Chandra Babu Naidu Andhra CM confident of NDA victory

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BJP President Venkaiah Naidu (right) and Telugu Desam party supremo and Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N. Chandra Babu Naidu at the BJP National Executive meeting in Hyderabad on Sunday.
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Cong-DMK pact unprincipled: PM
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Hyderabad, January 11
In a peace message to powerful Naxal groups like the PWG, Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee today urged the youth to shun the path of violence and murder as guns solve no problem.

Cong planning UP convention
New Delhi, January 11
The Congress is making a valiant attempt to galvanise its cadres and strengthen the party organisation.

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NRIs rap govt on dual citizenship
New Delhi, January 11
Dual citizenship, which the Centre introduced with much fanfare, came under sharp criticism from overseas Indians at the second Pravasi Bharatiya Divas conference, forcing the government to state that it would debate on the issue of political rights.
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Surrendering terrorists to face trial in Pak
Islamabad, January 11
A Pakistani minister today offered trial in Pakistan to local and foreign militants surrendering in regions bordering Afghanistan. “These (foreign terrorists) hiding out in the south Waziristan border region to Afghanistan will not be sent to Guantanamo bay.

Samjhauta Express fares hiked
Attari, January 11
The fares of the Samjhauta Express, which resumes its operation on January 15, have been marginally increased, even as the hotline between the railway officials of the two countries has been resumed. The fare for general class passengers between Delhi and Attari has been increased from Rs 105 to Rs 114. The fare for the sleeper class has been increased to Rs 200 from Rs 185 and from Attari to Lahore to Rs 50 from Rs 40. — PTI

Mishra arrives in Beijing for talks
Beijing, January 11
National Security Adviser Brajesh Mishra arrived here today for the second round of political talks aimed at clinching an early solution to the boundary dispute between the two countries.

Distillery effluents polluting drinking water
HAMIRA (KAPURTHALA): Hundreds of small farmers and poor residents of six villages around Jagatjit Distillery here are forced to drink polluted ground water, thanks to the alleged discharge of pollutants and effluents by this major industrial unit even as the distillery management claims to have undertaken a number of remedial measures and other projects for the welfare of these villages.



Decision on LS poll by Jan 14,
says  Mahajan
January 11, 2004
Government doles out more concessions
January 10, 2004
Pre-poll tax sops target middle class
January 9, 2004
Unorganised sector gets social security
January 8, 2004
Pervez promises end to terror
January 7, 2004
Vajpayee meets Musharraf
January 6, 2004
India, Pak avoid Kashmir at SAARC
January 5, 2004
PM keeps door open for talks
January 4, 2004
SAARC agrees on terror protocol
January 3, 2004

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