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Thursday, July 22, 2004
Congress ultimatum a political stunt, says Minister
CHANDIGARH, JULY 21.The Haryana Finance Minister, Sampat Singh, today termed the 72-hour ultimatum given by the Haryana unit of the Congress on the issue of Sutlej-Yamuna Link (SYL) canal as a "political and election stunt" and affirmed that this ...
More buses for Roadways fleet
CHANDIGARH, JULY 21. The Haryana Chief Minister, Om Prakash Chautala, today announced that the Haryana Roadways proposed to add 744 new buses to its fleet during the current financial year and out of these 137 buses had already been ...
Jammu & Kashmir
J&K plans to revolutionise villages with highest ever Central aid
SRINAGAR, JULY 21. With the State Rural Development Department (RDD) here getting its highest ever Central assistance, the Jammu and Kashmir Government is planning to revolutionise the sector and get the rural areas tuned to state-of-the-art ...
No dole for the jobless: Valsaraj
PONDICHERRY, JULY 21. With the Planning Commission not conceding the plea of the Pondicherry Govenment for inclusion of its proposal to pay relief to unemployed youth in the five year plan, the proposal had to be dropped for now, the Health and ...
Punjab spurns PM's advice, transfers 25 bureaucrats
CHANDIGARH, JULY 21:The Punjab Government has ordered the transfers of at least 25 top bureaucrats in the State, including nine officers in the rank of Principal Secretaries and Deputy Commissioners of three districts. The orders were issued by ...
Spying issue rocks House
JAIPUR, JULY 21.The Rajasthan Assembly was today rocked by allegations that the gunmen posted with the Ministers in the State had been spying on them on the directives of the Chief Minister, Vasundhara Raje. The House was adjourned once during ...
Study to decide on SEZ in Bikaner
JAIPUR, JULY 21. The Rajasthan Government will soon undertake a study to re-examine the scope of exports by the industries associated with wool production in Bikaner before taking a decision on the establishment of a special economic zone in the ...
Villagers speak up against sarpanch
JAIPUR, JULY 21.It was Kakoo's day of reckoning when the villagers got together in a "jan sunwai''(public hearing) to look into the accounts of the development expenses in the village during the past five years. Despite attempts to spread terror ...
Mulayam Government must go: Tripathi
LUCKNOW, JULY 21.The new Uttar Pradesh unit Bharatiya Janata Party president, Kesrinath Tripathi, today said that the situation was fast emerging for application of Article 356 of the Constitution and imposing President's Rule in the State. He, ...
Samajwadi Party to stage dharnas
DEHRA DUN, JULY 21. The Samajwadi Party plans to hold State-wide dharnas on July 26 in protest against "the increasing corruption and anti-people policies of the Uttaranchal Government and the Union Government". Addressing newspersons today, ...
Film director undeterred by threats
KOLKATA, JULY 21.The director of a film on dacoit queen Seema Parihar, today refused to be cowed by threats from her ex-husband, Chambal's dreaded dacoit Nirbhay Gujjar, angry with the portrayal of her second marriage in the movie, saying no one ...
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