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Jammu & Kashmir
'NC workers being victimised'
JAMMU, DEC. 6. The former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister and National Conference (NC) leader, Farooq Abdullah, has accused the ruling PDP-Congress coalition Government of resorting to victimisation of his party workers. Speaking at a ...
Centre to give 137 cr. to J&K
JAMMU, DEC. 6. The Centre has agreed to immediately provide Rs. 137 crores as additional resource to Jammu and Kashmir in the wake of the Chief Minister, Mufti Mohammad Sayeed's recent talks in New Delhi, Cabinet sources said here. This includes ...
'Govt. has buried panel report'
NEW DELHI, DEC. 6. The Maharashtra Government's failure to act on the recommendations of the Srikrishna Commission's report on the Mumbai riots has sent a disheartening message to those seeking justice for the Gujarat violence, Amnesty ...
Vilasrao in a fix over cotton price issue
MUMBAI, DEC. 6. Following the Maharashtra Government's decision not to pay prices higher than the purchase support price announced by the Centre, farmers have been selling directly to private buyers. But the politicians, who have been raising ...
Delhi may have to wait for VAT regime
NEW DELHI, DEC. 6. Keeping in mind the crucial State Assembly elections next year and the adverse impact it could have on the prices of a majority of commodities, the Delhi Government is unlikely to meet the April 1, 2003, deadline for ...
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