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Friday, October 04, 2002
Motion on law&order moved in Assam House
GUWAHATI, OCT. 3. The autumn session of the Assam Assembly began today with the combined Opposition moving an adjournment motion on the law and order situation and the Speaker, Mr. Prithivi Majhi, reserving his ruling on the admissibility of the ...
AHMEDABAD, OCT. 3.Peace prevailed in Bhavnagar and other riot-hit areas in Gujarat with no untoward incidents reported. About 20 people were injured in stone throwing and group clashes in Vadodara, Piplod in Anand district and in Bhavnagar ...
Plan to link major rivers
PALANPUR (GUJARAT), OCT. 3.The Gujarat Agricultural University (GAU) has chalked out an ambitious plan of linking major rivers in the country that could prove a miraculous solution to the draught and flood ravaging the country seasonally. The ...
Two die of cholera in Gujarat
GANDHINAGAR, OCT. 3.At least two persons have died in a cholera outbreak in five villages in Padra taluka in Vadodara district in central Gujarat. The Health Secretary, S. K. Nanda, said of the two deaths, one case had been proven to be ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Infiltration continues: J&K DGP
SRINAGAR, OCT. 3. "Infiltration across the border continues. It never stopped," said the Director-General of the Jammu and Kashmir Police, Ashok K. Suri, here today. Paying homage to the five BSF personnel killed in a landmine blast in Tral, ...
Local issues dominate campaign in Doda
DODA, OCT. 3.In a campaign different from the rest of the State, the issues taken up by political parties in the Doda district of Jammu region, which goes to the polls on October 8, are of a local flavour. Most parties here are promising that ...
Ex-diplomat, wife absconding
NEW DELHI, OCT. 3. The sudden disappearance of a former Swedish diplomat and his wife -- both accused of smuggling out foreign currency -- has abruptly halted legal proceedings in this high-profile case. With both the accused absconding, counting ...
DTC to install vehicle tracking system
NEW DELHI, OCT. 3.Continuing with its strides in the transportation sector, the Delhi Government is planning to install Automatic Vehicle Tracking and Monitoring System (AVTMS) for not only DTC buses but also ambulances, fire services and Delhi ...
Tibetan students protest Chinese envoy's visit
CHANDIGARH, OCT. 3. Tibetan students today stormed the venue of a function to be attended by the Chinese Ambassador, Hua Jundua, and vandalised the auditorium shouting anti-China slogans, police said. Nearly 50 students, including girls, ...
A disturbing new trend in Punjab politics
CHANDIGARH, OCT. 3. In the first two days of this month Punjab witnessed two separate events which signify not only a unique trend of sorts but also hold out clear indications about the nature of future discourse in State politics. Sadly, while ...
Lesser Floricans in greater numbers
JAIPUR, OCT.3.Lesser Floricans, the rare birds of the grasslands, are thriving despite an otherwise debilitating drought in their traditional habitats in southern Rajasthan and the neighbouring areas of Madhya Pradesh. As many as 30-35 male birds ...
Seven villagers kidnapped
AGARTALA, OCT. 3. One person was killed and seven others were kidnapped by a group of Bangladeshi miscreants at Bishnupur, a border village in north Tripura district, police said today. The miscreants armed with weapons raided the village last ...
Arrangement with BJP only in U.P.: Mayawati
NEW DELHI, OCT. 3.Political equations between the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) appear good for the present, at least among the leadership of the respective parties. Notwithstanding reports of perceived ...
Advani's address stumps BJP cadres
LUCKNOW, OCT. 3.The new kind of relationship articulated by the Bharatiya Janata Party national leadership that seems to have accepted the hegemony of the Bahujan Samaj Party in the political life of Uttar Pradesh has left the saffron forces ...
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