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Tuesday, October 01, 2002
Tight security for Bihar bandh today
PATNA, SEPT. 30.Security measures have been beefed up for dawn-to-dusk statewide bandh called by the Left Coordination Committee comprising CPI and CPI-M tomorrow against alleged failure of the Rabri Devi Ministry to maintain law and order. ...
New Railway zone to be operational today
HAJIPUR, SEPT. 30.With all necessary formalities completed the contentious East-Central Railway zone at Hajipur in Vaishali district will become fully operational from tomorrow. About 75 officers from different railway zones and 450 ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Ready for talks, says Hurriyat
SRINAGAR, SEPT. 30. Rejecting that elections would help in resolving the Kashmir problem, the All-Party Hurriyat Conference (APHC) today said it was ready to talk with New Delhi first as part of a comprehensive process involving Pakistan for ...
Plea to President to activate rights panel
MUMBAI, SEPT. 30.A voluntary agency has sought the intervention of the President, Abdul Kalam, to ensure that the Maharashtra State Human Rights Commission become functional again with a full-time Chairman since several hundred cases before it ...
Delhi emerges huge market in flesh trade
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 30. Even as no strong measures have been taken to contain trafficking of women into the Capital, Delhi has lately emerged as a huge market and a transit point for supply across and outside the country. A study of the trend of ...
Granthi arrested for sodomy
MOGA, SEPT. 30.A young Gurdwara Granthi, who sodomised a five-year-old child and escaped, has been arrested, a senior State police official said today. The Deputy Superintendent of Police, Baghapurana, Harjit Singh Pann, said the accused ...
Two ISI agents held
KANPUR, SEPT. 30.Police arrested two ISI agents here and seized secret defence-related documents from their possession, a senior police officer said today. The two identified as Zeeshan Ali and Irfan Ali alias Kallu were arrested yesterday in ...
Dam oustees still awaiting rehabilitation
DEHRA DUN, SEPT. 30.Even after two decades, Tehri dam oustees are still waiting for their rehabilitation problems to be addressed. The then Uttar Pradesh Government was assigned the responsibility of working out a rehabilitation project for ...
This is no time for luxury: Bengal CM
KOLKATA, SEPT. 30.
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