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Thursday, July 11, 2002
Sahgal blames Gujarat Govt. for violence
MUMBAI, JULY 10. The Left parties' presidential nominee, Lakshmi Sahgal, said here today that the atrocities committed in Gujarat were worse than those inflicted by the Japanese in World War II. At a `Meet the Press' programme, Dr. Sahgal said ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Demand for Governor's rule untenable: Omar
SRINAGAR JULY 10. The demand for Governor's role in Jammu and Kashmir is "untenable and against democratic spirits", the National Conference president and Minister of State External Affairs, Omar Abdullah, said here today. Addressing a public ...
J&K to launch computer education drive
SRINAGAR, JULY 10. Jammu and Kashmir would launch a drive for computer literacy in the State by giving special attention to the rural sector, the State Education Minister, Mohammad Shafi, said today. To overcome the shortage of computer ...
Maharashtra for conditional power purchase from DPC
MUMBAI, JULY 10. The Maharashtra Government today formally decided to purchase about half the power to be generated by a third party operating the now closed Enron-sponsored Dhabol Power Company, following pressure from financial institutions ...
No respite from power cuts, water supply may be hit
NEW DELHI, JULY 10. With a large number of colonies across the Capital continuing to have several hours of unscheduled power cuts, there was no improvement in the situation on the power front today. Water supply in several areas was badly ...
Punjab to revive dairy board
CHANDIGARH, JULY 10.The Punjab Chief Minister, Amarinder Singh, today stressed the need to restructure the existing Dairy Development Board which had been rendered non functional. The entire restructuring of the board would give thrust mainly ...
Starvation deaths in Jharkhand villages
MANATU (JHARKHAND), JULY 10.The normally sleepy block headquarters in Manatu, Palamau district, was overwhelmed today by thousands of hunger-affected people who assembled there for a public hearing on hunger and the right to food. This hearing, ...
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