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Sunday, September 08, 2002
RJD rebels win Patna mayoral elections
PATNA, SEPT. 7. Rebel Rashtriya Janata Dal candidates were elected Mayor and Deputy Mayor of Patna, much to the chagrin of its president, Laloo Prasad Yadav. The RJD nominees were defeated in a close fight. Krishna Murari Yadav defeated his ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Border residents keen on participating in elections
HIRANAGAR SEPt. 7. Despite the tense situation near the International Border and the Line of Control in Jammu region, around 21,000 residents of 51 villages have returned to their homes, very close to the zero line, and are getting ready to ...
Voting right to refugees a poll issue
SUCHETGARH (JAMMU), SEPT. 7. The denial of voting rights to over a lakh Punjabi refugees who have been living in the State for the past five decades has become an important emotive election issue in the areas along the International Border in ...
Terrorists behind Rajiv Nagar carnage arrested
JAMMU, SEPT. 7.With the arrest of seven terrorists, the Jammu and Kashmir Police have claimed to have completely solved the Rajiv Nagar carnage case in which 28 civilians were killed and 30 injured. Interrogation of the conspirators, most of them ...
JD(U) leader arrested on impersonation charge
BHOPAL, SEPT. 7.The Bhopal police today arrested the vice-president of the Madhya Pradesh unit of the Janata Dal (United), Abdul Razzaq, on the charge that he is a Pakistani national impersonating as an Indian citizen. Mr. Razzaq, a resident of ...
Ban on NSCN (I-M) must continue: Jamir
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 7. The Nagaland Chief Minister, S.C. Jamir, has demanded that the ban on the NSCN (I-M) under the provision of the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act should continue. In a memorandum submitted to the Deputy Prime Minister, L.K. ...
Sheila Govt. woes are its own making
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 7. Although the latest missive by the Union Ministry of Home Affairs can be termed as an attempt to trample upon the autonomy and powers of the Delhi Government and its Council of Ministers, the Sheila Dikshit Government is no ...
Orissa CM's sops to dissidents
BHUBANESWAR, SEPT. 7. The Orissa Chief Minister and Biju Janata Dal president, Naveen Patnaik, is now trying to end dissidence within his party by giving sops to dissatisfied legislators and partymen but the cost would have to be borne by the ...
Rajasthan contingency plan to combat drought
JAIPUR, SEPT. 7. The Rajasthan Government has formulated a contingency plan worth Rs. 50 crores for taking up about 4,000 augmentation works that would facilitate supply of drinking water to the rural areas across the State. The plan is aimed at ...
BJP, Opposition clash over 'RSS role' in mosque demolition
LUCKNOW, SEPT. 7. The last day of the Uttar Pradesh Assembly Budget session today virtually turned into a debate on the complicity of the Sangh Parivar in the demolition of the Babri mosque with the Opposition repeatedly clashing with the BJP on ...
Mamata criticises MP for ties with BJP
KOLKATA, SEPT. 7. The Trinamool Congress president, Mamata Banerjee, today criticised the party's Chief Whip in the Lok Sabha, Sudip Bandopadhyay, for `hobnobbing' with the BJP and inviting the Minister for Communication, Pramod Mahajan, for tea ...
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