Gujarat Muslims not keen to return home

Neelesh Misra, Hindustan Times Ahmedabad, November 4, 2006    Hamida Bano sometimes feels she is invisible. When visitors feel like throwing up at the stench from Ahmedabad's biggest garbage dump next door, she does not sense…

Arjun Singh seeks separate trial in RSS case

4 Nov, 2006 PTI YAMUNANAGAR: Human Resource Development Minister Arjun Singh on Sunday sought separate trial in a defamation case filed in a local court against him by the RSS.Singh filed the petition in the…

2 Maharashtra officials booked for 26/7 fraud

4 Nov, 2006 TIMES NEWS NETWORKMUMBAI: Two officials attached to the office of the deputy collector (encroachments) in Mulund were on Thursday arrested by the anti-corruption bureau of the Mumbai police. The duo, Prakash Waghmare…

BJP party polls in Kerala: Feud eclipses consensus

ZeeNews.COM.Thrissur, Nov 04: A showdown between rival factions of the BJP in Kerala appears to be on the cards with no consensus on the choice of the state president and two candidates filing nominations for…

Sachar

A. TALIBWhen the UPA government in New Delhi constituted the Justice Sachar Committee last year to look into the social, economic and educational status of Muslims in India, it was a foregone conclusion that it…

Four killed, 18 hurt in India temple stampede

04 Nov 2006 Source: ReutersBHUBANESWAR, India, Nov 4 (Reuters) - At least four pilgrims, including three elderly women, died and 18 were injured in a stampede at a crowded Hindu temple in the east Indian…

India's HIV/AIDS campaigners to target holymen

04 Nov 2006 Source: ReutersNEW DELHI, Nov 4 (Reuters) - Indian HIV/AIDS activists are to target one of the Hindu religion's biggest congregations in January to spread awareness about the disease infecting millions of Indians,…