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Friday, March 07, 2003
Jaswant Singh silent on rollback
NEW DELHI, MARCH 6. Despite provocation from not only the Opposition parties but also from the Bharatiya Janata Party and some of the NDA allies, the Finance Minister, Jaswant Singh, maintained silence in the Lok Sabha today on the fertilizer ...
Excavation impossible within a month, say experts
NEW DELHI, MARCH 6. Will the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) have the answers that the Allahabad High Court wants in one month? It would be hard put to do so, say archaeologists. An excavation of a site as large as the one in Ayodhya would ...
Order against all judicial canons: CPI
NEW DELHI, MARCH 6. The Communist Party of India (CPI) said today that the order of the Lucknow Bench of the Allahabad High Court directing the Archaeological Survey of India to excavate the site in Ayodhya was "against all judicial canons". ...
New Nagaland Govt. assumes office
KOHIMA, MARCH 6. A 28-member Democratic Alliance of Nagaland Ministry headed by Neiphiu Rio today took oath in Nagaland, bringing to office the first non-Congress dispensation in the State in a decade. Mr. Rio and his Ministerial colleagues ...
Cong. studying legal options against Mayawati Govt.
NEW DELHI, MARCH 6. After exploring various options of challenging the Mayawati Government in Uttar Pradesh, the State unit of the Congress today brought its battle to the capital to discuss with the high command the possibility of moving the ...
India grants $70 millions for Afghan road project
NEW DELHI, MARCH 6. Displaying its continuing commitment to the cause of Afghan reconstruction, India today announced a grant of $70 millions for constructing the Zaranj-Dilaram road in Afghanistan which will link the Iranian port of Chahbahar. ...
India should allow extension of oil pipeline: Karzai
NEW DELHI, MARCH 6. The Afghanistan President, Hamid Karzai, today hoped that New Delhi would consider extending the Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan gas pipeline to India. Addressing a business meeting, Mr. Karzai said that India should ...
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