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Tuesday, December 17, 2002
NCW probing forcible marriage by gangster
PATNA, DEC. 16. The National Commission for Women is here probing a case of forcible marriage by a gangster with a married woman, who has a 10-month-old child. The woman and her child are still untraceable. The NCW chairperson, Purnima Advani, ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Mufti Govt. is their ray of hope
ADHALL (KOKERNAG) DEC. 16. Thousands of people in Jammu and Kashmir, whose near and dear ones have been missing in custody for several years, hope that the new Mufti Mohammed Sayeed Government in the State would relieve them of their agony by at ...
'Freedom struggle' going on in Kashmir: Umar Farooq
SRINAGAR, DEC. 16. With no breakthrough in the strained relations between New Delhi and the separatist camp in Kashmir, the leaders in the camp have hardened their stand. Today it was the turn of the former Chairman of the All-Party Hurriyat ...
BJP, VHP communalised polls: Digvijay
BHOPAL, DEC. 16. The Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister, Digvijay Singh, today accused the Bharatiya Janata Party and the Vishwa Hindu Parishad of communalising the Gujarat elections by polarising the Hindu and Muslim voters. Mr. Singh made this ...
"Threat to Council Hall came by e-mail"
MUMBAI, DEC. 16. The anonymous threat that the Al-Qaeda militant outfit planned to blow up the Legislative Council Hall in Nagpur was sent by e-mail to the United States Consulate authorities here. They, in turn, passed on the message to the ...
Cong. fears saffron upsurge
NEW DELHI, DEC. 16. The sweeping electoral victory of the BJP in Gujarat and the reported threat by Vishwa Hindu Parishad to head for Delhi has the Capital's Congressmen worried. Fear is being expressed that the "Hindutva wave" could well hit the ...
Concrete jungle threatens to `usurp' Moghul monument
NEW DELHI, DEC. 16. Tucked away in the narrow by-lanes of the bustling Mehrauli village here is Zafar Mahal, the palace of the last Moghul. Banished into oblivion like the Emperor who built it, instead of standing in the middle of a green Moghul ...
4 peacocks die
ALWAR, DEC. 16 .Four peacocks died while 10 were taken ill after they consumed poisonous feed at Sahadpur Ka Bag village in this district yesterday, police said today. They fell sick after eating pesticide-mixed wheat with three of them ...
`Split in tribal votes behind opposition defeat'
JAMSHEDPUR, DEC 16.Analysing their defeat in the Godda Lok Sabha by-election, Opposition Jharkhand Disom Party and Jharkhand People's Party today felt the division in the tribal votes was the main reason behind their losing. However, the main ...
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