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Wednesday, September 18, 2002
Modi slows down Cong. march in Saurashtra
RAJKOT, SEPT. 17. The Saurashtra region, which has hitherto been a stronghold of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party, seemed to be slipping into the pockets of the Congress till recently, but the Chief Minister, Narendra Modi's "gaurav rath yatra'' ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Were the polls free and fair?
SRINAGAR, SEPT. 17. At the conclusion of voting in the first phase of elections in Jammu and Kashmir, the Chief Electoral Officer, Pramod Jain, claimed that it was `history in the making'. He brushed aside questions on allegations of coercion and ...
BJP does a U-turn on Statehood issue
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 17. With the BJP doing a total turnaround over the issue of "complete'' Statehood for Delhi and the Sheila Dikshit Government not willing to reveal its cards at this stage, the political debate on what shape the entire concept ...
Decision on Cong. Councillor triggers protests
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 17. The Opposition BJP has accused the ruling Congress in the Municipal Corporation of Delhi of resorting to undemocratic means while passing the controversial proposal on the Ramesh Nagar Councillor, Sumiti Maggo, who has not ...
BJP to take up NALCO issue with Centre
BHUBANESWAR, SEPT. 17.The opposition to the Centre's move to privatise the National Aluminium Company has attained a political hue with every party in Orissa expressing its opinion on the issue. While the ruling Biju Janata Dal has extended ...
Revolt against Naveen leadership
BHUBANESWAR, SEPT. 17.In a direct revolt against the leadership of the Biju Janata Dal president and Orissa Chief Minister, Naveen Patnaik, six party MPs have come together to elect a new leader of the BJD Parliamentary Party replacing the Union ...
40 feared drowned
AZAMGARH (U.P.), SEPT. 17. Forty people, including women and children, were feared drowned when a boat carrying them to a fair in connection with a religious festival capsized in river Tons today, police said. The victims were going to attend ...
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