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Sunday, April 06, 2003
Gogoi to visit clash-hit areas today
SILCHAR (ASSAM), APRIL 5.The Chief Minister, Tarun Gogoi, is coming here tomorrow to take stock of the situation created by ethnic clashes between Dimasa and Hmar tribals in Cachar district in which 23 Dimasas were killed by Hmar People's ...
Modi Govt. betraying farmers: Waghela
AHMEDABAD, APRIL 5.The Gujarat pradesh Congress president, Shankarsinh Waghela, today strongly castigated the BJP Government in the State for targetting the farm sector with a power tariff hike to "cover up its own misdeeds and ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Militants call the shots here
RAJOURI, APRIL 5.
Mood of BJP workers upbeat in MP
INDORE, APRIL 5. The two-day national executive meeting of the Bharatiya Janata Party, which ended here today, has come as a shot in the arm for the BJP workers in Madhya Pradesh, who have all along remained divided and fragmented by groupism and ...
Not a SARS case: experts
NEW DELHI, APRIL 5. Apprehensions that an epidemic of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS), the killer pneumonia-like infection, could have broken out in India too has turned out to be a case of false alarm. A two-member team of experts ...
Angiography on Pawar reveals 'no blocks'
MUMBAI, APRIL 5. The angiography performed on the Nationalist Congress Party leader, Sharad Pawar, late this afternoon at the Breach Candy Hospital here "revealed no blocks''. He suddenly took ill last night at Nashik due to "high blood pressure ...
Protest against kidnapping of German national
IMPHAL, APRIL 5. Hundreds of women in Manipur launched a sit-in protest against the kidnapping of a German national by Kuki militants, and demanded immediate release of the foreigner, official reports said today. Reports said the protestors ...
NSCN(I-M) rules out surrender of arms
KOHIMA, APRIL 5. The NSCN(I-M) has ruled out surrender of arms ahead of the next round of dialogue expected to be held abroad between the organisation's leadership and the Centre's special emissary, K. Padmanabhaiah, later this month. ...
Saathi orders probe into Excise dept. mess
NEW DELHI, APRIL. 5.Rattled by reports of large-scale bungling in the State Excise Department, the Delhi Finance Minister, Mahinder Singh Saathi, is understood to have ordered a vigilance inquiry into charges that some officials of the department ...
A dull session ends tomorrow
NEW DELHI, APRIL 5.The Budget session of the Delhi Assembly, which could be described as one of the dullest and most uninspiring sessions in the recent past, is all set to end on Monday. A total lack of interest by legislators of the ruling party ...
Officials' hand seen in hooch smuggling
NEW DELHI, APRIL 5.Rattled by reports of large-scale corruption in the State Excise Department and allegations that some vested interests were ruling the roost, the Delhi Finance Minister, Mahinder Singh Saathi, is understood to have ordered a ...
Open varsity distance education facility inaugurated
JAIPUR, APRIL 5.The Rajasthan Governor, Anshuman Singh, inaugurated a teleconferencing facility under the "Sarva Shiksha'' (Education for All) campaign for distance education on the Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) campus in New ...
Thakurs unite to take on Mayawati
NEW DELHI, APRIL 5. The Kshatriya (Thakur) samaj has decided to unite behind the Samajwadi Party general secretary, Amar Singh, in their fight against the "anti-Thakur stance" of the Mayawati Government in Uttar Pradesh. The community is ...
Power generation up in Uttaranchal
DEHRA DUN, APRIL 5.Efficient management has helped the Uttaranchal Power Corporation increase power generation by 40 million units during the last financial year, resulting in a profit of Rs 100 crores. Disclosing this here today, the ...
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