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Tuesday, April 22, 2003
Laloo's 'lathi' to counter 'trishul'
PATNA, APRIL 21.Despite the BJP's resistance, the Rashtriya Janata Dal supremo, Laloo Prasad Yadav, today intensified his campaign to arm the people with batons (lathis) for "self-protection" and countering the Sangh Parivar's idea of equipping ...
CBI remand for Pandya murder accused
AHMEDABAD, APRIL 21.The Ahmedabad chief metropolitan magistrate's court has granted 10 days' CBI remand to the five accused held in connection with the murder of the former Gujarat Minister of State for Home and Revenue, Haren Pandya. Ashgar ...
CM assures better irrigation facility to farmers
SHIMLA, APRIL 21. The Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister, Virbhadra Singh, said today that channelisation of the Swan river, providing better irrigational facilities to farmers and improving road conditions would be the priorities of his Government ...
Jammu & Kashmir
3 militants involved in Nadimarg massacre killed
JAMMU, APRIL 21. The Jammu and Kashmir police have claimed to have eliminated three terrorists involved in the killing of 24 Kashmiri Pandits at Nadimarg on March 23. The State Director-General of Police, A.K. Suri, said here that three ...
Dawood associate deported from Dubai
MUMBAI, APRIL 21. Anil Parab, a notorious gangster and a close associate of underworld don Dawood Ibrahim, was yesterday deported from Dubai and arrested here on arrival As soon as he landed by an Air India flight here, Parab was arrested by ...
Khurana to lead BJP poll campaign
NEW DELHI, APRIL 21. The Bharatiya Janata Party president, M. Venkaiah Naidu, today asserted that Madan Lal Khurana would lead the party's election campaign in Delhi but stopped short of declaring him the party's chief ministerial candidate. ...
Sheila to turn heat on Discoms
NEW DELHI, APRIL 21. Taking a serious note of the failure of the private power distribution companies in the Capital to make adequate progress in augmentation and maintenance work, the Delhi Chief Minister, Sheila Dikshit, has convened a ...
NH-24 remains a nightmare
NEW DELHI, APRIL 21. National Highway-24 may be one of the arteries of Delhi connecting the heart of the city to East Delhi and beyond, but that has not helped in decongestion of this busy highway as the civic agencies have been sitting tight on ...
Probe ordered into illegal detention
PHAGWARA, APRIL 21.The Punjab State Human Rights Commission today directed IG (Litigation) to probe the case of alleged illegal detention of two persons and framing them in a cooked-up case. The Commission Chairman, Justice N. C. Jain, had ...
Nanakshahi calendar begins to create ripples
CHANDIGARH, APRIL 21.As expected, the Nanakshahi calendar has begun to create ripples in the religio-political scenario of the Sikh community. A co-ordination committee of gurdwaras in Chandigarh has issued a call to observe Guru Arjan Dev's ...
Mayawati reminds MPs of 'float pump' case
LUCKNOW, APRIL 21.The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Mayawati, today assailed the Opposition members of Parliament who had found fault with her Government's decision to register FIRs against the former Chief Minister, Mulayam Singh ...
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