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Thursday, December 26, 2002
Law will take its course in riot cases: Modi
GANDHINAGAR, DEC. 25.The Gujarat Chief Minister, Narendra Modi, has assured the people of "rule of law and administration of justice to all". In his first media conference after the elections here today, Mr. Modi expressed apprehension of more ...
Jammu & Kashmir
J&K police issue guidelines to VIPs
JAMMU, DEC. 25.In the wake of militants killing an MLA and the threat perception to VIPs, the Jammu and Kashmir police has reviewed the security arrangements for legislators and other prominent persons and issued a set of guidelines to them. ...
No decision on J&K demand for rehabilitation package
NEW DELHI, DEC. 25. The Central Government is yet to take a decision on the J&K Government's demand for a hefty financial package of Rs. 2,100 crores for the rehabilitation of the Kashmiri migrants who might return to the valley with the ...
Government to amend Panchayati Raj Act
JAMMU, DEC. 25.In a landmark step towards empowering people at the grassroots level, the Jammu and Kashmir Government has decided to amend its Panchayati Raj Act of 1989 and bring it on a par with the provisions of the 73rd Amendment to the ...
Cold grips Uttaranchal, HP; more rains in North
NEW DELHI, DEC 25.Badrinath and Kedarnath, the famous pilgrimage centres in Uttaranchal, and higher hills in Himachal experienced heavy snowfall that plummeted mercury appreciably as rains lashed parts of North India for the second straight day ...
Million Delhiites throng Metro on day one
NEW DELHI, DEC. 25. On its first day of operation for the general public, the Delhi Metro today developed teething trouble, but it still brought tremendous cheer to the Delhiites who thronged all the six stations on the 8.3-km Shahdara-Tis Hazari ...
Starvation deaths in Bengal tea gardens
SILIGURI (WEST BENGAL), DEC. 25. Former naxalite and trade union leader, Kanu Sanyal, today alleged that 68 jobless workers of a tea garden in Jalpaiguri district had died of starvation and waterborne diseases since a lockout was declared in the ...
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