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Sunday, October 20, 2002
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Will Cong. go it alone in J&K?
SRINAGAR, OCT. 19. The imposition of Governor's rule did provide breathing time for the Congress and the People's Democratic Party (PDP) to cobble together the required numbers for staking the claim to form the next government. But the ...
The National Conference has emerged as the single largest party with 28 MLAs in the 87-member House. The Congress has 20, followed by the People's Democratic Party (PDP) with 16. Four seats have been won by the Panther's Party, two by the CPI(M), ...
NC needs me for some more time: Farooq
SRINAGAR, OCT. 19.The National Conference patron, Farooq Abdullah's mood has not apparently been affected by the stunning defeat his party suffered in the recent Assembly elections. On the last day as Chief Minister on October 17, Dr. Abdullah ...
Govt. in a debt trap
MUMBAI, OCT. 19. Maharashtra's multi-party coalition Government, led by the Congress, has stepped into its fourth year sans celebrations for it has become clear to everyone, including its partners, that is only marking time, its financial woes ...
CM condemns VHP leader's remarks
NEW DELHI, OCT. 19. The Delhi Chief Minister, Sheila Dikshit, today expressed shock and disbelief at the language used by the Vishwa Hindu Parishad leader, Parveen Togadia, against the Congress president, Sonia Gandhi. She called upon one and all ...
Avdhesh Sharma refused bail
NEW DELHI, OCT. 19. A Delhi court today refused to grant bail to Avdhesh Sharma, prime accused in the abduction-cum-gang-rape case of a Delhi-based singer-cum-dancer in the Alaknanda area here earlier this month. Rejecting his plea for bail as ...
No starvation deaths: Govt
JAIPUR, OCT. 19.The Rajasthan Government has denied reports of "starvation deaths'' in the tribal hamlets of Baran district in the State. The Government, however, has conceded that 11 children had died in the Kishengarh panchayat samiti area ...
8,700 industrial disputes settled
JAIPUR, OCT. 19.As part of an intensive campaign launched under the labour laws, the work relating to making new registrations of establishments, issuing of licences and renewal of documents has been taken up on a massive scale across Rajasthan. ...
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