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Monday, November 10 1997

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Not guilty, says former CBI official

[Details] Former CBI joint director K Madhavan, involved in the investigation of the Rajiv Gandhi assassination case, yesterday claimed that Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M Karunanidhi was "definitely not guilty" of either conspiring or colluding with the LTTE. He rather felt that Gandhi himself was responsible for what happened on the tragic day and that the proceedings of the Jain Commission were nothing but a wastage of public time and money.

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Quit politics, acquitted Subbulakshmi tells Jayalalitha

[Details] Former DMK Social Welfare Minister and one of the accused in the case Subbulakshmi Jagadeesan has said that the former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalitha, during whose period of tenure the EPRLF leader Padmanabha murder case was registered in Aug 1991, should quit politics taking moral responsibility for foisting a false case. She plans to taek a decision on suing Jayalalitha for falsely implicating her after talking to DMK supremo and Chief Minister M Karunanidhi.

RSS chief blames politicians for country's state of affairs

[Details] Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Rajendra Sinhji yesterday stated that the nation had failed to make significant progress after independence both at Central and State levels since its politicians were only interested in protecting their selfish interests. In contrast putting the activities of the RSS in contrast to the undoing of the country's progress by politicians, he said that the Sangh was working hard to promote unity, patriotism and brotherhood among people.

[Details] BJP's "silent" comment on ties with Sena

[Details] Mahajan urges cadres to concentrate on elections


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