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Thursday, September 19, 2002
EC should not hold up polls, says Jaitley
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 18. The jurisdiction of the Election Commission under Article 324 of the Constitution could not override the legislative mandate to hold elections within the time frame under Article 174 (1), the former Union Law Minister, Arun ...
Heads of police officers roll
GANDHINAGAR, SEPT. 18.The alleged leakage of the tapes containing the objectionable remarks of the Gujarat Chief Minister, Narendra Modi, against the minorities has taken a toll of senior police officers in the State intelligence department. ...
Jammu & Kashmir
India on the `right track'
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 18. India is pleased with the statements emanating from the U.S. State Department on the conduct of the first phase of the Assembly elections in Jammu and Kashmir even as officials are keeping their fingers crossed till October ...
Kashmir talks only with elected representatives: BJP
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 18. The Bharatiya Janata Party is not for holding Kashmir-related talks with anyone but the newly-elected representatives of the Jammu and Kashmir Assembly. Talking to anyone else, especially those who take their cue from ...
Sheila sets the ball rolling on future of Delhi
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 18.As the debate on the future of Delhi and its empowerment hots up, the Chief Minister, Sheila Dikshit, has set in motion the process for preparing a "blueprint'' within the next two months for a unique set-up for the Capital. A ...
Naveen not `perturbed' over developments
BHUBANESWAR, SEPT. 18. Will the change effected in the leadership of the Biju Janata Dal parliamentary party by six dissident MPs on Tuesday mark the beginning of the party president and Chief Minister, Naveen Patnaik's 's downfall in Orissa ...
Parties condemn Mayawati decision
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 18.The Left parties today condemned the decision of the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Mayawati, not to issue a fresh notification to constitute a special court to try the BJP leaders and three Union Ministers L.K. Advani, ...
Advani's comment on Kolkata angers parties
KOLKATA, SEPT. 18. In an action replay of the fallout of Rajiv Gandhi's critical comment about Kolkata, West Bengal's leading politicians, cutting across party lines, today ticked off the Deputy Prime Minister, L.K. Advani, for his observation ...
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