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Thursday, September 05, 2002
Karnataka to abide by SC order
BANGALORE, SEPT. 4. Karnataka today decided to abide by the Supreme Court directive to release 1.25 tmcft (thousand million cubic feet) of Cauvery waters daily to Tamil Nadu until the Cauvery River Authority (CRA) takes the final decision on the ...
Govt. ready to address Fernandes concerns
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 4. The controversy over disinvestment continues with yet another informal meeting being held today between the warring factions in the run-up to Saturday's formal meeting of the Cabinet Committee on Disinvestment (CCD). The ...
Sri Lanka to de-proscribe LTTE
COLOMBO, SEPT. 4. The Sri Lankan Defence Minister, Tilak Marapone, today told the Cabinet that he had decided to de-proscribe the separatist Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam. In a Cabinet meeting lasting barely 15 minutes, Mr. Marapone ...
Delhi Govt. stripped of powers
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 4. In what is being seen as a "political conspiracy" to settle scores with the Congress, the BJP-led Government at the Centre has in one stroke stripped the Sheila Dikshit Government in Delhi of all legislative and administrative ...
Centre warns of closing down Patna airport
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 4.Taking a serious view of the indifference of the Bihar Government in facilitating the removal of obstruction affecting aviation safety at the Patna Airport, the Centre today warned that it would close down the airport if ...
ICC chief meets Indian players
LONDON , SEPT. 4. In a bid to find a ``suitable compromise'' to resolve the sponsorship controversy, the International Cricket Council (ICC) Chief Executive, Malcolm Speed, today held consultations with the Indian players here. Mr. Speed ...
Buddhadeb admits lapses
KOLKATA, SEPT. 4.The West Bengal Chief Minister, Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee, today expressed concern over the death of 18 children at the State-run B.C. Roy Memorial Hospital here in the past four days, admitting that there had been some lapses. ...
No fair at sati temple: HC
JAIPUR, SEPT. 4.The Rajasthan High Court today disallowed any fair at the Rani Sati temple in Jhunjhunu during the annual function this week but allowed prayer at the shrine. Justice K.S. Rathore also ordered that no glorification of `sati' shall ...
Sandeep Pandey returns prize money
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 4. Hurt by criticism that he was accepting the cash prize from a U.S.-based organisation, Ford Foundation, though he was a staunch opponent of American policies, the Magsaysay award winner, Sandeep Pandey, today said he had ...
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