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Sunday, March 30, 2003
'Chautala neglecting drought-hit ryots'
CHANDIGARH, MARCH 29.The Leader of the Opposition in the Haryana Assembly, Bhupinder Singh Hooda, today lashed out at the Haryana Government and the Centre for "not allocating even a single penny for the drought-affected people of Haryana whereas ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Mufti pulls up police for carnage
SRINAGAR, MARCH 29. The Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister, Mufti Mohammad Sayeed, has asked the police to deal firmly with militants. Reviewing the security situation in the aftermath of the killings at Nadimarg at a high-level meeting here on ...
Militants chop off villagers' noses
JAMMU, MARCH 29.In a shocking incident, a group of militants swooped on Pannad village in Rajouri district of Jammu region and chopped off the nose of six people, including a woman, leaving them seriously injured. The militants also beat up ...
Social welfare: State to strengthen delivery system
MUMBAI, MARCH 29.Maharashtra, known for some time as a State being increasingly dependent on attaining financial targets, may just have started on a new route of reaching physical targets instead, going by what the Finance Minister, Jayant Patil, ...
Session goes into siesta
NEW DELHI, MARCH 29. With the last Budget Session of the Delhi Assembly midway, the legislators of the ruling Congress seem to have lost interest in the proceedings of the House. In fact, the worst performance has been by those MLAs who had in ...
Bag-lifters put load on police
NEW DELHI, MARCH 29. A seemingly innocuous gang of bag-lifters from down South has been giving the Delhi police, along with policemen from neighbouring Haryana and Punjab, a tough time. Intricate networking and unique modus operandi of the gang ...
BJP leader keeps critics out of party posts
JAIPUR, MARCH 29.The Rajasthan BJP president, Vasundhara Raje Scindia, has kept out a few of her known critics from the list of the party's State office-bearers which she announced here today. Prominent among them are the former Deputy Chief ...
Jogi initiatives to boost tourism
NEW DELHI, MARCH 29.The Chhattisgarh Chief Minister, Ajit Jogi, has announced a reduction in the sales tax on Aviation Turbine Fuel to 4 per cent from the existing 20 per cent in Chhattisgarh in response to the request made by the airlines ...
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