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Thursday, December 09, 2004
Surjewala working president of Haryana Congress
CHANDIGARH, DEC.8. In a major political development, the Congress high command today appointed the All-India Youth Congress president, Randeep Singh Surjewala, as working president of the faction-ridden Haryana unit of the party. The former Chief ...
CPI(M)'s concern over growing unemployment
SHIMLA, DEC.8.The Himachal unit of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) has criticised the Chief Minister, Virbhadra Singh's statement that the Marxist Governments of West Bengal and Kerela have also signed the controversial fiscal reforms MoU ...
Uproar over power shortage
BHOPAL, DEC. 8.The Madhya Pradesh Assembly was briefly adjourned today and the Congress-led opposition even boycotted the House protesting over the Bharatiya Janata Party-led State Government's failure to tackle the power crisis. Immediately ...
Winter session wound up in two hours
Pondicherry Dec. 8. The Pondicherry Assembly wound up its winter session with a single two-hour meeting, adjourning sine die after passing five Bills. The five Bills passed were the Pondicherry Protection of Interests of Depositors in Financial ...
Varsity extends last date
PONDICHERRY, DEC. 8. The Distance Education Directorate of Pondicherry University has extended the last date for submission of application forms for undergraduate and postgraduate courses 2004-2005 till December 15. A press release from the ...
Centre has no role: Gehlot
JAIPUR, DEC. 8.The former Chief Minister of Rajasthan and Congress general secretary, Ashok Gehlot, today ruled out any role for the United Progressive Alliance Government at the Centre in resolving the ongoing farmers' agitation in ...
Rajasthan for uniformity in cooperative laws
JAIPUR, DEC. 8.Rajasthan has called upon the Centre to introduce a constitutional amendment for bringing uniformity to the cooperative laws all over the country with the objective of removing hurdles in strengthening rural economy in the current ...
5-lakh compensation to firing victim
JAIPUR, DEC. 8.The Rajasthan Government today averted a serious showdown with agitating farmers by conceding their demand to pay a compensation of Rs.5 lakhs to the family of Hazoor Singh, who was allegedly killed two days ago in police action. ...
`Tiwari Govt. not taking Maoist's threat seriously'
DEHRA DUN, DEC. 8.The Bharatiya Janata Party has expressed grave fears at the Narain Dutt Tiwari Government not taking the Maoist threat and frequent "illegal" acts of the police seriously. "The Government is supposed to act swiftly and ...
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