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Tuesday, July 01, 2003
'Vajpayee, Advani, Joshi had no role in mosque demolition'
BJP cannot be marginalised: VHP
NAGPUR, JUNE 30.The Vishwa Hindu Parishad general secretary, Pravin Togadia, said here today that the organisation's criticism of the Deputy Prime Minister, L.K. Advani, on the Ayodhya issue was in a ``particular'' context. The criticism was not ...
India for Delhi-Lahore bus from July 11
NEW DELHI, JUNE 30. India has suggested to Pakistan that the Delhi-Lahore bus service could resume on July 11, even as the Pakistan High Commissioner-designate to India, Aziz Ahmed Khan, arrived in here this evening. Official sources said that ...
Economic growth slips to 4.3 per cent
NEW DELHI, JUNE 30. Contrary to expectations in some quarters, there has been no upward revision in the growth rate of agriculture during 2002-03. Consequently, with some marginal changes in the growth indices of some sectors, the growth rate for ...
Stalemate over CAS persists
NEW DELHI, JUNE 30. Though time is running out fast, the Government today did not come any closer to ensuring a "seamless" transition to the Conditional Access System (CAS) in four cities after a crucial meeting of broadcasters with the ...
IMA displays Niazi's revolver
DEHRA DUN, JUNE 30. The Indian Military Academy (IMA) today displayed before the media the revolver handed over by Lt. Gen. A.K.A. Niazi, during Pakistan's surrender in the 1971 war and said the security around the museum where it has been kept ...
Gehlot trip to U.S. cleared
JAIPUR, JUNE 30.The Centre has permitted the Rajasthan Chief Minister, Ashok Gehlot, and three of his Cabinet colleagues to go to New York to attend an international conclave to attract the Non-Resident Indians to invest in the State, an official ...
New envoy to China
NEW DELHI, JUNE 30. India today formally announced the appointment of Nalin Surie, Additional Secretary (East Asia) in the Ministry of External Affairs, as the new Ambassador to China. Mr. Surie, who succeeds Shivshankar Menon, is expected to ...
Katharine Hepburn dead
OLD SAYBROOK (CONNECTICUT), JUNE 30.Her backyard acting blossomed into a career for the ages: Four Academy Awards, 12 nominations, 60 years of stage and screen brilliance, a lifetime of feisty independence. But Katharine Hepburn always ...
Youth held at PM's house
NEW DELHI, JUNE 30. A youth, Moti Lal Saini, was detained today after he allegedly attempted to ``enter'' into the premises of the residence of the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, from the back gate at around 1.30 p.m., police sources said. ...
Govt. promises tax refunds within four months
NEW DELHI, JUNE 30.The Government today promised to process all income tax and corporate tax returns within four months and make refunds accordingly. According to the Chairman of the Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT), P. L. Singh, during ...
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