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Wednesday, December 25, 2002
We cannot achieve 6.2 p.c. growth rate, says CM
NEW DELHI, DEC. 24. The Assam Chief Minister, Tarun Gogoi, has said that his State can simply not achieve the 6.2 per cent growth rate, projected by the Planning Commission, unless the Centre made up for the shortfall in resources. Talking to ...
India is not Gujarat: Laloo
PATNA, DEC. 24. The RJD president, Laloo Prasad Yadav today warned that the BJP's hidden agenda was now out in the open and the people of the country must choose between secularism and communalism. He termed the BJP's game plan as `dangerous' ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Bid to derail our efforts for peace: Mufti
JAMMU, DEC. 24. The Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister, Mufti Muhammad Sayeed, today said that some elements are trying to `derail' his Government's sincere effort to restore peace in Kashmir with dignity but they would not succeed in their ...
JAMMU, DEC. 24. Close on the heels of the `beheading' of some women in Rajouri region, a militant outfit has circulated posters directing Muslims to follow a set of guidelines like the Taliban had done in Afghanistan. Undersigned by an outfit ...
Landslide for Cong. in municipal polls
BHOPAL, DEC. 24. In the just-concluded municipal elections in Raghogarh, home turf of the Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister, Digvijay Singh, the Bharatiya Janata Party has suffered a crushing defeat, with the Congress bagging 21 of the 24 wards along ...
Official shot dead
MUMBAI, DEC. 24. A senior Government official was shot dead by an unidentified gunman in front of the Agriculture Produce Market Committee (APMC) building in the satellite township of Vashi in Navi Mumbai today, police said. The assailant opened ...
No official word yet on Patil's exit
MUMBAI, DEC. 24. There was no official word as to why the Energy Minister, Padmasinh Patil, had been stripped of his portfolio and at the behest of the Nationalist Congress Party. Speculation was that the NCP had signalled to Vilasrao Deshmukh ...
BJP sloganeering provokes Cong. workers
NEW DELHI, DEC. 24.The bitterness in the Congress and Bharatiya Janata Party camps over the Delhi Metro project hit a new low today when a large number of BJP workers attending the inauguration of the project at Seelampur station resorted to ...
Delhi gets a drizzle
NEW DELHI, DEC 24. While Delhi may not exactly have a White Christmas, Tuesday morning looked like the city wasn't very far from it. After numerous complaints of winters not having set in, Delhiites woke up to a foggy, cold morning. ...
Industrial policy notified
NEW DELHI, DEC. 24.The Central Government has notified the new industrial policy for Sikkim on the lines of the existing North-East Industrial Policy. Notified on Monday and approved by the Union Cabinet recently, the policy provides for excise ...
Tandon to speak to Mayawati on transfers
NEW DELHI, DEC. 24. The Uttar Pradesh Minister and senior Bharatiya Janata Party leader, Lalji Tandon, today sought to view the spate of transfers in the State administration being effected by the Chief Minister, Mayawati, as having the same ...
KLO militant surrenders
KOLKATA, DEC. 24. A day after the Chief Minister, Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee, called the militants of the Kamtapur Liberation Organisation (KLO), one of the militant groups in north Bengal, to surrender, a top-ranking leader of the outfit responded ...
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