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Wednesday, June 25, 2003
Himachal not to privatise PSUs: CM
SHIMLA, JUNE 24.Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister, Virbhadra Singh, has said the State Government had no intention of privatising the Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs) and urged the employees to work devotedly to make their organisations ...
Rain hampers rescue work
MUMBAI, JUNE 24. The toll in the accident on the Konkan Railway between Rajapur and Vibhavwadi in Sindhudurg district has touched 51. Continuous downpour hampered the restoration of the track and train services, authorities said, pointing out ...
Villagers rise to the occasion
KANKAVLI, JUNE 24.The residents of the non-descript villages, Berle and Sherpe, in the Sindhudurg district proved to be good Samaritans for passengers of the Karwar-Mumbai Central holiday special that derailed on Sunday night. Some 150 ...
Notorious gangsters nabbed
NEW DELHI, JUNE 24. Three members of the Kishan Pehalwan gang were arrested by the Crime Branch of the Delhi police after a fierce encounter at Kapashera in South-West Delhi over the week-end. The three are said to be key members of the gang ...
Bid to boost regional languages
NEW DELHI, JUNE 24. Love for the language can be a powerful tool in Delhi University. Specially if the student in question managed to learn the lessons of his native language well in time for the admission season. So while regular students ...
Vital track doubling project begins
JALANDHAR, JUNE 24.The Rs 408 crore project for doubling the 212-km-long Jalandhar-Pathankot-Jammu section of northern railway, which was formally inaugurated here yesterday, is aimed at improving the rail links between the northern states and ...
Gehlot's trip cleared
JAIPUR, JUNE 24. The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) has cleared the visit of the Rajasthan Chief Minister, Ashok Gehlot, to New York to attend the International Rajasthani Sammelan starting on July 4.There was uncertainty about Mr. Gehlot's ...
Sikkim CM hails reopening of trade route
GANGTOK, JUNE 24.The Sikkim Chief Minister, Pawan Chamling, today expressed happiness over the agreement reached between India and China to reopen the trade route between the two neighbours through the historic Nathula pass situated in the hill ...
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