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Wednesday, September 07, 2005
Left to protest against petrol price increase
State units asked to mobilise people against the move
BJP to launch stir against price hike
NEW DELHI: The Bharatiya Janata Party said on Tuesday that it would launch a nation-wide agitation against the "unreasonable" hike in the prices of petrol and diesel. It would hold demonstrations in all State capitals and district headquarters on ...
"Buta Singh's appointments are a code violation"
A direct challenge to the Election Commission's authority: memorandum
Swamy condemns price hike
CHENNAI: The Janata Party president, Subramanian Swamy, on Tuesday condemned the decision to raise the prices of petrol and diesel. "India's petrol prices are already among the world's highest as a ratio of per capita income," he said in a ...
Aiyar to look into issues raised by ONGC chief
NEW DELHI: The controversy over the appointment of more government directors to the board of the Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) seems to have died down but the issue of replacing independent directors on the boards of public sector ...
India-E.U. Summit begins today
Detailed action plan, political declaration to be issued
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