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Tuesday, May 07, 2002
Govt. for unanimous election of Speaker
NEW DELHI, MAY 6.The Government would like the Speaker of the Lok Sabha to be elected unanimously. To make that happen, it would first hold consultations within the National Democratic Alliance and then with the main Opposition parties. There ...
Parliament passes Finance Bill
NEW DELHI, MAY 6. The Finance Minister, Yashwant Sinha, today disclosed that a meeting of State Finance Ministers would be convened to deal with their fiscal problems, even as Parliament approved the budget for 2002-03, with the Rajya Sabha ...
Modi violated constitutional duty, says Arjun Singh
NEW DELHI, MAY 6. A senior Congress leader, Arjun Singh today renewed the demand for removal of the Gujarat Chief Minister, Narendra Modi, a probe into the Gujarat violence by a sitting Supreme Court judge and a CBI inquiry into some cases as ...
Afghan Minister discusses security issues with PM
NEW DELHI, MAY 6.Ahead of the democratic process being initiated with the formation of the Loya Jirga the influential assembly of Afghan elders Afghanistan's Defence Minister, Mohammad Qaseem Fahim, today met the Prime Minister, ...
SC orders inspection of J&K refugee camps
NEW DELHI, MAY 6. The Supreme Court today directed the Union Home Ministry to inspect the refugee camps in Jammu and Kashmir and file a report on the conditions prevailing there. A three-Judge Bench comprising the Chief Justice B.N. Kirpal, ...
Kirpal sworn in CJI
NEW DELHI, MAY 6.Justice Bhupinder Nath Kirpal, the seniormost Judge of the Supreme Court, was today sworn-in the 31st Chief Justice of India (CJI). Mr. Justice Kirpal succeeds Justice S.P. Bharucha who retired on Sunday. He is due to retire on ...
Jamir's move to solve Naga issue
KOHIMA, MAY 6. The Nagaland Chief Minister, S. C. Jamir, today said his Government had already communicated to the Centre its decision to withdraw arrest warrants against the NSCN (I-M) leaders, Issac Chishi Swu and and Thuingaleng Muivah, to ...
Govt. offices reopen in Srinagar
SRINAGAR, MAY 6.Amid tight security, Government offices reopened here today for six months of summer in the routine darbar move. These offices closed in the winter capital of Jammu on April 26. The Civil Secretariat, which houses the ...
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