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Sunday, February 17, 2002
Court for probe into Modi's `remarks' on Tricolour
The Anjar First Class Judicial Magistrate has asked police to institute an inquiry against the Gujarat Chief Minister, Narendra Modi, for his alleged derogatory reference to the national flag. The order under the Prevention of Insult to the ...
All set for show of shows
NEW DELHI, FEB. 16. The grand old Moghul Garden -- the pride of Rashtrapati Bhavan here -- will reflect the enormous enrichment it has undergone at the hands of the First Lady, Usha Narayanan, when it is thrown open to the public for a month this ...
Badal seeks ban on exit polls
CHANDIGARH, FEB 16. The Punjab Chief Minister and president of the Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD), Parkash Singh Badal, today sought a ban on publication and telecast of opinion surveys and exit polls as well as other restrictions on the media ...
Bengal to allow POTO against Ansari?
The West Bengal Government, in all probability, will not resist the Centre's move if and when it uses the POTO against Aftab Ansari, key suspect in the American Center killings. The Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee Government will also try to move the ...
Confirmation soon on nature of mysterious disease: PGI
CHANDIGARH, FEB.16. Confirmation on the nature of the mysterious disease that had its origin in a Shimla family would be known only by early next week even as seven of the affected people are being treated at the Post-graduate Institute of ...
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